Given the new age threat landscape, CIOs and CSOs across the board can no longer bank upon a fortified periphery that would protect the organization’s crown jewels.
From privacy and personal data protection to machine learning techniques to respond to cyber threats, 2018 will witness a changing threat landscape and organizations taking new measures to secure their information assets.
The perpetual catch up game between hackers and CISOs is resulting in a steadily rising cybersecurity budget. We take a look at what’s driving this trend and assess the security roadmap in 2018.
The role of a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) is changing from that of an IT security manager to that of a C-suite executive who secures the business interests of the enterprise.
CISOs will face new challenges as enterprises transition to cloud and adopt IoT. Here’s what they can expect to manage in the new year.
The era of cloud and IoT has heightened the role of the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) in enterprises. Increasing sophisticated threats complicated by the lack of a skilled security workforce add to the challenges
The ever-evolving threat landscape has made it imperative for security professionals to stay on top of the latest security tools. Here’s a look at the most sought after cybersecurity skills in 2018
GDPR is applicable to the processing of personal data in the context of the activities of an establishment of a controller or a processor in the European Union, regardless of whether the processing takes place in the Union or not, writes Mumbai-based advocate and cyber law expert, Puneet Bhasin.
In the real world no one keeps the keys of a treasure along with the lock. However, this principle is easily forgotten in the virtual world while using encryption.
GRC needs to touch every part of the organization. It needs to be at the heart of corporate culture when in today’s complex global ecosystems, risks are becoming more interconnected.
Unless you make resiliency a priority, your data and reputation will remain at risk in digitization world, says Ashish Thapar of Verizon Enterprise Solutions