Heath Anderson, Director of Information Security and Technology at LogicGate, discusses how to build business and operational resiliency with a governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) program.
As a more encompassing and modern approach that extends not only governance, risk and compliance capabilities but also Integrated Risk Management and Enterprise Risk Management, digital risk management provides new tools and techniques risk professionals can interweave into operations and technology with unprecedented detail to strengthening the enterprise.
Steve Grewal, Cohesity Federal CTO and former U.S. Department of Education CISO/CTO/CIO, shares his insights into how organizations can leverage modern data management strategies and technologies to ensure they are prepared to reduce the impact of ransomware attacks while being ready for audit and reporting processes to remain compliant with increasing state-by-state regulations.
When an employee or security can rapidly and effectively incapacitate and control a potentially violent subject without physical contact and without any effect on bystanders or lasting harm to the subject, virtually all potential catalysts of injury from violence are effectively eliminated.
Device Centric Risk Management (DCRM) is a layered approach to cybersecurity that protects each device, driving remediation and mitigation directly on medical and IoT assets. To find out more about how this paradigm helps with regulatory compliance and helps mitigate cyberattacks, we speak to Motti Sorani, Chief Technology Officer at CyberMDX.
Veritas Technologies revealed new research that highlights the dangers of mis-using instant messaging (IM) and business collaboration tools: 71% of office workers globally – including 68% in the US – admitted to sharing sensitive and business-critical company data using these tools, the survey found.
If the experiences of 2020 taught us anything, it’s that risk in the modern world cannot be understood or sufficiently mitigated with a siloed approach. Individual threats, such as regulatory risk and IT security, converge. Lacking a high-level view, it’s difficult to see the web of cause and effect – making it more difficult to anticipate, prepare, or mitigate the biggest risks. 2020 may be over, but the challenges remain in 2021. Compliance and risk management will need a shared umbrella of information and communication to tackle the complex, integrated risks of today’s landscape.