The advancement of interconnectivity and IoT-enabled equipment has brought a variety of new benefits to the enterprise, however, with this enhanced connectivity comes the possibility for risk. Even HVAC systems can be susceptible if they’re not safeguarded. As hackers modify their targets amid IT evolution, the ability to eliminate system vulnerabilities has never been more critical. In this article, we’ll offer guidance on implementing a cybersecurity strategy that encompasses power management for end-to-end solution.
Security breaches have become common place. Daily, we hear cybersecurity breach reports in the media. However, when healthcare institutions are impacted, consumers see this as “more detrimental” than other industry breaches.
As business leaders become increasingly conscious of the impact cybersecurity can have on business outcomes, they should harness increased support and take advantage of six emerging trends to improve their enterprise’s resilience and elevate their own standing.
It has only been in the last few years that the networked enablement of everyday business functions has forced enterprises to embrace the fact that physical security and cybersecurity must be treated in a unified manner.
Since its establishment in 2001, video surveillance manufacturer Hikvision has grown rapidly to have the largest global market share for its segment. However, the company’s space in the industry spotlight has not come without challenges, including being vulnerable to the Mirai malware attack in March 2017 and skepticism from end users and other vendors about the Chinese video surveillance company.
Security magazine recently set some of these questions to Hikvision USA’s President, Jeffrey He, who responded to some recent allegations and end users’ concerns.
This year’s Security 500 report offers 10 security risks to your enterprise’s reputation, as ranked by you in your Security 500 survey responses, in addition to how one CSO is mitigating them in his enterprise.
Dave Aflalo has protected Presidents of the United States, nuclear power plants and CEOs. Over a 35-year career, his work has spanned the industry spectrum and has included senior leadership roles ensuring security and safety in both the public and private sectors.
Born and raised in Silicon Valley, Maloof has always had a fascination with technology, so landing a job at Oracle Corporation and quickly working his way up to Vice President of Global Security there has been a great fit. “Information technology is where it’s at, and I want to be where it’s at. IT is truly a global sector, and our customers and employees are everywhere,” he says.