As security leaders gain increasing responsibility for cybersecurity, Security columnist John McClurg – Vice President and Ambassador-At-Large in Cylance’s Office of Security & Trust and former CSO at Dell; Vice President of Global Security at Honeywell International, Lucent Technologies/Bell
Laboratories – guides enterprise security executives through cybersecurity standards, frameworks, risks and management techniques.
5G, as often happens with new technologies, will likely introduce both digital and business revolution along with a plethora of new threat vectors. In particular with the exposure of new connected devices, industries and services, and sensitive assets will undoubtedly be affected by new cyber threat agents; the EU, however, is ready to mitigate these potential threats.
BlackBerry Limited released its 2021 BlackBerry Threat Report, detailing a sharp rise in cyberthreats facing organizations since the onset of COVID-19. The research shows a cybercrime industry which has not only adapted to new digital habits, but also become increasingly successful in finding and targeting vulnerable organizations.
The WSJ's Cybersecurity executive forum will take place virtually on June 2, 2021. The day-long forum will give security executives insight into case studies from peers and allow them to connect directly with peers in the industry to discuss biggest challenges and best practices.
In it's The State of Email Security report, Mimecast reports that 79% of security leaders indicate their companies had experienced a business disruption, financial loss or other setback in 2020 due to lack of cyber preparedness.
Independent research conducted by Dr. Mike McGuire, Senior Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Surrey, and sponsored by HP Inc. found a 100% risein ‘significant’ nation state incidents between 2017-2020. Analysis of over 200 cybersecurity incidents associated with nation state activity since 2009 also shows the enterprise is now the most common target (35%), followed by cyberdefense (25%), media and communications (14%), government bodies and regulators (12%), and critical infrastructure (10%).
Today, open-source code is everywhere. In fact, 99% of all codebases contain open-source code, and anywhere from 85% to 97% of enterprise codebases come from open-source. What does that mean, exactly? It means that the vast majority of our applications consist of code we did not write.
ON DEMAND: The security ecosystem protects digital assets, physical assets, and people - the newly distributed workforce creates new and increased physical and cybersecurity risks. Situational and security awareness is a role every employee must play, and you’ll help get them there with awareness, cybersecurity hygiene and security practices that help keep company, employee and customer information safe.