How effective are your cybersecurity awareness programs—and do your employees agree?
This central question was the cornerstone of this research project which assessed the efficacy of cybersecurity
awareness programs from both perspectives—the security professional
and the non-security employee.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Chris "Tito" Sestito discusses technology to protect neural networks and artificial intelligence and machine-learning models, and John Kindervag explains how such technology fits into the zero trust framework.
As a veteran CISO who enjoys the startup culture and energy, Aleksandr Zhuk of crypto broker sFOX likens himself to the first family doctor coming to a growing village. He's addressing an important need that certainly existed prior, but was overlooked or maybe outsourced.
How does a CISO map his goals to the security investments made by a company long before he came onboard? How can you balance the short-term and long-terms goals at a new organization? Aditya Vardhan, CISO of Jindal Power & Steel, shares his insights on ensuring a smooth transition.
Nation-state attackers are not just looking for major vulnerabilities to gain control of the enterprise. They are exploiting minor flaws to gain access and increase the severity of their attacks, says Matanda Doss, executive director of cybersecurity and technology controls at JPMorgan Chase.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," David Derigiotis of insurtech Embroker discusses the complex world of cyber liability insurance, including the collapse of crypto exchange FTX, recent breaches, and improvements in the cyber insurance industry.
In the latest weekly update, ISMG editors discuss why being a CISO is like being the first family doctor in a small village, why you can't trust ransomware gangs such as LockBit, and why cloud security vendor Netskope took on $401 million in debt from Morgan Stanley to fuel its SASE offering.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Galit Lubetzky Sharon, CTO of Wing Security, discusses the challenge of securing SaaS applications, which are decentralized and ever-expanding. She describes how Wing Security manages app inventories and issues of compliance, remediation and privacy.
Complying with data regulations in different countries is getting trickier for most CISOs and hence it is important to consult with the legal team and create structure separation between data sets in different countries, says Grant Lockwood, CISO at Virtus Health in Australia.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Steve Stone of Rubrik Zero Labs discusses the State of Data Security Report, which focuses on the impact of cybersecurity attacks on IT leaders, especially CISOs. Stone outlines areas of concern after an attack and changes needed to improve security.
Vista Equity Partners' specialization in enterprise software and bench of subject-matter experts should help KnowBe4 reach $1 billion in ARR, says CEO Stu Sjouwerman. The processes and tech stack that got KnowBe4 to $300 million in ARR today aren't necessarily what'll get the firm to $1 billion.
Since Elon Musk became Twitter's CEO, cyber risks have affected the social media company in technological, financial, regulatory and reputational ways. Marco Túlio Moraes says the big issue is that the risks now affect a significant digital business world asset: trust.
Hack The Box has completed a Series B funding round to add more cloud security and a gamification approach to its cybersecurity training platform. The Kent, England-based startup was founded in 2017 to provide pen testers and red teamers with a way to test their offensive security skills.
Technology implementations should be paired with a thought process of prioritizing automation, innovation and continuous improvement. Eliminating passwords and implementing AI/ML at the front end can reduce risks from human carelessness, says Nikhil Chawla of Colgate Global Business Services.