A recent International Data Corporation (IDC) survey found that more than one-third of organizations worldwide have experienced a ransomware attack or breach that blocked access to systems or data in the previous 12 months.
Deborah Golden, Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory’s U.S. Cyber and Strategic Risk leader, shares insights on the most significant barriers to widespread digital identity adoption and the need to face them head-on as we embrace a more digital world.
IT executives and senior leaders are key drivers of success. For an organization to quickly realize a tech vision and reap the benefits of digitization, leaders must have cutting-edge technical knowledge, a shared vision for change and, most critically, a people-focused approach that empowers the organization now and in the future.
Back when threats were only of a physical nature, power plants created and conducted drills to prepare. While a physical attack is still a concern, we must now also consider a digital protection system. Because of the rapid rate of development in this sector, it is imperative that power plant technicians understand both the physical and digital threats they may face.
A data security platform can provide a holistic approach by providing key data-centric capabilities that keep data secure from first touch—during data acquisition—through the activities such as data curation and analysis and ultimately to archiving and data destruction.
The pandemic has accelerated digital transformation for many organizations. Global remote work and increased digital interactions means an exponential growth in digital footprint for individuals, as well as corporations. Having to store, process and move this much data quickly into the cloud and manage the expanded digital footprint requires agility of decision making and security and privacy by design implementation and operation.
The IoT security bill is a step in the right direction, as it addresses one of the biggest gaps in software security overall -- generating awareness. But, as the use of connected devices continues to exponentially grow over time, we must ask ourselves: is it enough? Let’s explore.
LexisNexis Risk Solutions released its biannual Cybercrime Report covering July 2020 through December 2020, which details how the evolving threat landscape created new opportunities for cybercriminals around the world, particularly as they targeted new online users.