The financial services threat landscape is continually evolving. Matanda Doss, executive director of cybersecurity and technical controls at JPMorgan Chase, stressed the need to build security measures into an organization's infrastructure, starting with critical assets.
How can generative artificial intelligence be adapted to automatically find and fix software vulnerabilities in critical code? Finding answers to that question is one of the "exciting prospects" tied to the AI Cyber Challenge recently announced by the White House, said NCC Group's Chris Anley.
In the latest weekly update, editors at Information Security Media Group discuss the shaping of responsible artificial intelligence governance, major takeaways from the U.K. AI Summit, and an overview of the main themes and insights from ISMG's recent Mumbai Summit.
Israel is known for its cyber resilience, but small and medium businesses in the country need to reduce external communication during wartime to reduce their attack surface, said May Brooks-Kempler, director of Cyber Range Solutions and founder and former president of ISC2 Israel Chapter.
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SEC regulators have filed charges against software company SolarWinds and its CISO Tim Brown - accusing them of misleading investors about the firm's cybersecurity practices in light of a high-profile hack. Canon security leader Quentyn Taylor examined implications for other CISOs.
Tech firms are making huge investments in generative AI tools, but nearly half of cybersecurity professionals say they have little or no or knowledge of AI, according to ISC2's Cyber Workforce Study 2023, which surveyed 14,865 international security practitioners and decision-makers.
Safeguarding unmonitored channels is imperative. Chris Lehman, CEO of SafeGuard Cyber, highlighted the challenges enterprises face. No matter how many training or awareness programs are in place, Lehman said, "humans are always going to be the biggest wild card in your security strategy."
Until Oct. 7, war was a topic Eli Matara read about in books. That changed when Hamas attacked Israel. "It's no more just a story," said the chief commercial officer of Israeli tech company MedOne. "It's real life." Matara discusses recovery and resilience in this exclusive interview.
In the latest weekly update, ISMG editors discuss how Israeli tech companies are supporting the war effort, how the volume of ransomware attacks reached a record high in September and why retailer Costco faces privacy claims for its use of website tracking tools for online pharmacy customers.
AI weaponization, zero days, 'we the people' attacks - these are among the threats projected for 2024 in Fortinet's FortiGuard Labs’ 2024 Threat Predictions. Derek Manky shares insight and analysis on what to expect to defend against in the New Year.
Oren Eytan spent 25 years in the Israel Defense Forces, rising to the rank of colonel and heading the IDF's cybersecurity unit. Now, as CEO of odix, an Israeli cybersecurity vendor, he is helping his country rebound from the Oct. 7 attacks and support the nation's war against Hamas.
As enterprises continue their mass cloud migration and modernization, they commonly slip up with configurations, governance or just having access to the right skills to manage their workloads. Fortinet's Aidan Walden discusses the value to be found in a new partnership with Microsoft Azure.
The fallout from the SEC's charges of fraud and internal control failures against SolarWinds and its CISO has implications for the industry. Cordery Compliance attorney Jonathan Armstrong advises security leaders to "take heed and remember that the actions of today can determine your fate tomorrow."
When asked what has changed most since Oct. 7, Chen Shmilo, CEO of Israel's 8200 Alumni Association, said "trust." Trust in leadership has changed, but trust in society and its power to be resilient has been renewed, he said. "In these darkest times, some things might even change for the better."