Mark Herrington, CEO of OnSolve, joins The Security Podcasts to discuss the top security threats security leaders must prepare for in 2023, including extreme weather events, crime, supply chain disruptions, geopolitical threats and more.
How CISOs approach technologies and hiring decisions will go a long way in determining how their security posture evolves this year and beyond. There’s an important balance to strike between the two, and you can’t determine the right mix without taking a step back to understand the business itself.
As organizations look to strengthen their enterprise data security and privacy programs, they must consider the new risks that remote work has uncovered. More specifically, how legacy business applications and ERP systems may be exposing organizations to new levels of risk because these applications were not designed for user access from unmanaged networks and devices.
While the rough seas may be behind businesses, now is not the time to rest. It’s important for security leaders to remain diligent about their company’s security posture and adapt to the latest state of the world. Focusing on people, processes, and technology is not only the foundation to a solid cybersecurity strategy, but also absolutely critical at a time where workers have never been further from security teams’ protection.