Information Security Media Group recently concluded its Cybersecurity Summit: London, which brought together industry leaders for a day of informative sessions covering a diverse range of critical cybersecurity topics, including CISOs' vulnerability to liability, ransomware threats and burnout.
Increased engagement from boards on digital transformation initiatives around cloud and AI adoption has spurred greater investment in cybersecurity, said Google Cloud CISO Phil Venables. Systems built and designed decades ago have become increasingly difficult to secure, he said.
This week, ISMG editors covered the hot topics at ISMG's London Cybersecurity Summit 2023, including the technical landscape of AI, executive liability, incident response strategies in the face of a global ransomware attack and how to build personal resilience to avoid burnout.
Welcome to our report summarizing the 2023 Faces of Fraud survey.
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In this episode of CyberEd.io's podcast series "Cybersecurity Insights," Censys CEO Brad Brooks discusses the stresses a CISO experiences in trying to prevent cyberattacks and in dealing with those that do occur. Topics include breach disclosure and cybersecurity marketing to CISOs.
Now in its tenth year, the CDR has become a staple among IT security leaders and practitioners by helping them gauge their internal practices and security investments according to those of their counterparts across multiple countries and industries. If you want to know what your peers in IT are are thinking and doing,...
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Companies are still struggling to make cybersecurity an integrated and proactive part of their strategy, operations and culture. Even though cybersecurity professionals are responsible for securing businesses, when companies make big, strategic decisions cybersecurity is often an afterthought, resulting in increased...
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While a significant number of attacks are not yet AI-driven, there's a noticeable shift in the creation of generative malware and lures for business email compromise, warned Ashan Willy, CEO at Proofpoint. LLMs are being used to create enticing lures in foreign languages to target broader audiences.
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As the digital landscape evolves, security teams need skills and training platforms that can provide the right resources for an organization "by showing what someone has got in terms of skills, without necessarily fully relying on their CVs," said Jess Burn, senior analyst at Forrester.
Recent legal actions against CISOs have spawned a debate on whether security leaders should be held accountable for security incidents. CISOs should manage this shifted liability through real-time documentation and collaboration with law enforcement, said attorney Stephen Reynolds.