Four CISOs, two CEOs, one global crisis. These are the ingredients for an exclusive panel discussion on how enterprises have emerged from the cybersecurity challenges of COVID-19 and how they are building the foundation for an entirely new way to live and work post-pandemic.
Because the COVID-19 pandemic had led to more employees working from home, cloud services have become indispensable, but the pressure is on organizations to ensure security, says Jim Reavis, CEO of the Cloud Security Alliance.
Somewhat lost in the COVID-19 pandemic and remote workforce issues: 5G technology deployment. Olivera Zatezalo, CSO of Huawei Technologies Canada, discusses cybersecurity and privacy challenges - and Huawei's role in addressing them.
As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, consumers have changed the way they pay for goods and services. Trevor Forbes of The Strawhecker Group shares the results of a new survey that spotlights the latest trends. And he discusses the implications for fighting fraud.
As politicians and protesters argue about the merits and timing of emerging from COVID-19 quarantine, crisis management expert Regina Phelps lays out a 10-step re-entry plan. Her word of counsel: "Caution."
It's not so much that the threats have changed amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. It's that the attack surface has broadened, and it's more challenging for defenders to coordinate intelligence, tooling and processes, says Jimmy Astle of VMware Carbon Black.
The global pandemic has revealed a lot about the extended remote workforce and its haves and have-nots, says Mike Kiser of SailPoint Technologies. In a preview of an upcoming virtual roundtable, he describes the cybersecurity forces shaping the new post-crisis workforce.
Many governments are pursuing contact-tracing apps to combat COVID-19, but such projects risk subjecting populations to invasive, long-term surveillance - as well as insufficient adoption - unless they take an open, transparent and as decentralized approach, says cybersecurity expert Alan Woodward.
With $30 million in funding, Silicon Valley icons Jim Clark and Tom (TJ) Jermoluk launched Beyond Identity, a new identity management platform that promises "the end of passwords." Jermoluk discusses the technology and how this is a continuation of what he and Clark started 25 years ago.
As e-commerce explodes during the global CIVD-19 pandemic, transaction authentication is more critical for fraud prevention, says Phil Dunkelberger of Nok Nok Labs, who discusses the latest fraud trends.
For many cybercrime investigators, it's all about indicators of compromise - evidence that a crime has occurred. But what if you were to shift toward cataloging behaviors that could indicate an attack is ongoing or imminent? Sam Curry of Cybereason explains the IoB concept.
The "zero trust" network architecture model is 10 years old - and suddenly more relevant than ever. How does John Kindervag, the creator of zero trust, feel about his "baby" today, and what advice does he give to organizations looking to adopt the model?
Enterprises long have practiced workforce identity and access management, but increasingly they are rolling out customer IAM, or CIAM. What's driving the trend, and where should cybersecurity leaders look to assert influence? Keith Casey of Okta explores some CIAM myths and realities.