Security leaders shouldn't ignore current geopolitical tensions, which are going to infiltrate into private sectors, says Troy Leach of the Cloud Security Alliance. And John Kindervag of ON2IT Cybersecurity says - for that reason - organizations need to stop being cheap on cybersecurity.
The persistence, sophistication, and disruptiveness of cyber-attacks have spurred security leaders into action. Moving from reactive to proactive, they’re now operating on Zero Trust and Microsegmentation models.
With a governing philosophy of “never trust, always verify” and “always assume a breach,”...
Businesses have embraced zero trust architectures in an effort to increase their protection while reducing cost and complexity for the organization, according to iboss CEO Paul Martini. Martini says companies are turning to zero trust to more effectively protect their users, applications and data.
With rising threats facing critical infrastructure sectors, such as healthcare and financial services, "society as a whole, and the safety of society, is completely dependent on cyber risk" - and being security resilient, says Jeetu Patel of Cisco.
For CISOs, it's critical to not implement security without first carefully considering the user's experience, says Bernardo Vasquez, advisory CISO in the strategic client practice of Palo Alto Networks. He explains why and discusses other topics, including ZTNA 2.0.
In the wake of digital transformation and President Biden's 2021 cybersecurity executive order, an entire industry has sprung up around the concept of Zero Trust. John Kindervag, the researcher who created the architecture, weighs in on how the discussion has evolved.
Cyberwarfare has emerged as the bridge between espionage and kinetic conflict. "It's here," says Chase Cunningham of Ericom Software. He discusses how enterprise cybersecurity leaders should now think more deeply about their adversaries' motivations and capabilities.
Learn how you can implement a Zero Trust strategy in a healthcare environment through the support of Palo Alto Networks. This guide focuses on the unique needs of the healthcare industry, such as:
Protecting sensitive data, such as electronic medical records and patient data;
Protecting medical devices;
Digital trust: It's the present and immediate future of how enterprises and customers do business, says Brendon O'Donovan of TeleSign. But what are the fundamentals to create it and the tools to ensure it throughout the customer relationship?
In the latest weekly update, four ISMG editors discuss important cybersecurity issues, including the trending topics at this year's RSA Conference, how security researchers are tracking a zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Office and what Broadcom's acquisition of VMware means for security.
Attackers have spent two decades abusing trusted networks. And in breach after breach, it was a familiar scenario: Compromise user access, move laterally on the network, disrupt operations. A zero trust architecture flips the equation on its head, and for connected OT networks, it’s a comprehensive way of ensuring...
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Gartner predicts that 60% of enterprises will phase out their VPNs in favor of a ZTNA security solution by 2023. Don’t leave your security behind. Discover 7 convincing reasons to ditch your legacy VPN for ZTNA or risk leaving your network vulnerable to external attacks. Move past the limitations of a VPN.
North Korean information technology workers have been attempting to obtain employment in public and private sectors in the United States to fund their home country's weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missiles programs, according to an advisory from U.S. federal agencies.
Poor security configurations, weak controls and gaps in authentication protocols are among the common initial access vectors "routinely exploited" by threat actors, the Five Eyes cybersecurity alliance says. Firms offering cybersecurity services weigh in on the gaps and implementation challenges.