Using artificial intelligence and machine learning, bundled with an orchestration layer, will help CISOs mitigate cyberthreats, says Bharat Anand, chief of technology at NATGRID, the intelligence sharing network of the government of India.
Enterprises need to move away from manual threat detection methods to leverage artificial intelligence, which can help boost defenses, says Dr. Jassim Haji, president of Artificial Intelligence Society, Bahrain Chapter.
Southeast Asia has become a hotbed for cybercrime activities, says Anthony Bargar, former deputy CISO of the U.S. Department of Defense, who says enterprises in the region need to take a collaborative defense approach to respond to this new threat environment.
To battle against a surge in cybercrime during the COVID-19 pandemic, enterprises need to take several steps, including periodic vulnerability and risk assessment tests and regular audits, says Rajan Pant, founder of IT-SERT of Nepal. Pant also is calling on the government to take action.
A "zero trust" framework can help organizations better define their access control strategies and ramp up authentication, says Vishal Salvi, global CISO and head of cybersecurity at Infosys Ltd., a multinational outsourcing company.
In a video interview, a panel of experts describes why implementing a "zero trust" architecture for the remote workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic requires redefining access control and security strategies.
To deal with the problem of "shadow IT" during the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations should put in place redefined compliance and governance policies, take a multilayered security approach and adopt a security framework to prioritize risks, a panel of three experts advises.
Singapore's open banking effort has expanded the attack surface, and the only effective defense is to enhance threat intelligence sharing among banks, retailers and third parties, says Tom Wills, a Singapore-based cybersecurity practitioner who is a consultant for financial institutions.
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RSA 2020 touched on a number of topics, including the security of elections and supply chains, plus AI, zero trust and frameworks, among many others. But from sessions on cryptography, to this year's lower attendance, to the antibacterial dispensers dotted around venues, concerns over COVID-19 also dominated.