The year 2020 will be remembered as the landmark date when enterprises strove for business resilience and achieved digital transformation. Heading toward 2021, how can enterprises continue to evolve and provide value? Pamela Kubiatowski of Zscaler offers guidance.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report discusses global progress on adopting standard digital identifiers. Plus, a former cybercriminal discusses emerging fraud trends, and an update on the evolution of e-signatures.
Implementing trusted digital IDs will create benefits for end users as well as service providers, says Nick Mothershaw, chair and executive director at the Open Identity Exchange. But widespread international adoption of such IDs will take time to achieve, he acknowledges.
Japan has been scanning its entire IPv4 address space to find insecure home routers, web cameras and sensors. The results are encouraging, and the country's program could serve as a model for other nations aiming to avoid large-scale IoT security problems.
This edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes whether IoT devices will outlive their security updates. Also featured: Why security spending needs to shift further upstream; could banks be custodians of identity?
It's a good time to be a CISO. You have the board's attention, and now you can use your position to ensure appropriate resources to tackle key challenges such as identity & access, cloud application security and third-party risk. Expel CISO Bruce Potter discusses how best to influence these decisions.
Organizations deploying deception technology must make sure to integrate it with other technologies to reap the full benefits of intrusion alerts, says Anuj Tewari, global CISO at IT Services HCL Technologies.
Digital transformation may have occurred over a weekend in March, but the effects will be felt - and secured - for years to come. How will global enterprises in 2021 validate identities, defend networks without perimeters and secure a permanent remote workforce? A panel of CEOs and CISOs shares strategies.
Why do so many enterprises remain chained to outdated and vulnerable identity and access management technologies - legacy systems that rely on passwords, eat budgets and kill productivity? Baber Amin of Ping Identity and Ramnath Krishnamurthi of LikeMinds Consulting preview a new virtual roundtable on Modernizing IAM.
According to Unisys, we are witnessing in real time the long anticipated end of the VPN and firewalls. In a virtual roundtable preview, Jack Koons of Unisys explains the shift to data over infrastructure for cybersecurity.
The Gamaredon hacking group is now using a new set of malicious tools to compromise Microsoft Outlook as a way of sending spear-phishing emails to victims' contact lists, according to security firm ESET. This hacking group, which appears to have ties to Russia, has primarily targeted Ukraine for years.
For an upcoming virtual roundtable, Alex Laurie of ForgeRock discusses the importance of digital identity management, the need for organizations to quickly and accurately register people, comply with privacy regulations and define and manage the level of risk involved.