The Wisconsin university's Whitewater campus hosts the Cybersecurity Center for Business which provides training programs for organizations in the area, offers an online M.S. in cybersecurity, and has just launched a B.S. in the field.
Three in four organizations are currently utilizing a hybrid work model. Employers and employees alike feel this is the best path moving forward. However, only roughly one in five companies (21%) are fully confident their infrastructure security can support long-term remote work.
How do we protect against this changing enterprise application landscape? Organizations across the world need to lead the adoption of Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) for cybersecurity as their first principle of implementation.
John Parlee, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Park Place Technologies, talks to Security magazine about key trends in the network security space, including why analytics are critical to network security and how companies can ensure they have a viable monitoring solution.
FUJIFILM Corporation confirmed the company suffered a ransomware attack that disrupted its business operations. In the late evening of June 1, 2021, the company shut down all networks and servers to determine the extent and scale of the attack, and suspended all affected systems in coordination with their various global entities.
Streaming - and really all content creators and consumers - would not have accelerated as it did without that much-needed bandwidth. In much the same way, we see the idea of Zero Trust Network Security, introduced more than a decade ago, needing its own boost for more widespread adoption. That help has arrived in the form of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), the ideal framework for Zero Trust.
Ransomware is nothing new. But the tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) leveraged by threat actors have reached new levels of sophistication over the last few years. And with that growth has come an increased difficulty in protecting networks against costly attacks such as the recent DarkSide one on the Colonial Pipeline.
The Amphion Forum (www.amphionforum.com) is taking place 28 March in Munich, and will feature a wide variety of experts in securing the "Internet of Things", or any device that connects to the internet but is not a PC.