Many people enter the cybersecurity field with foundational skills, such as knowledge gleaned from college courses, and giving them "practical skills, to be ready go out on the job floor and be ready to do something - that takes a little bit of something extra," says ITProTV co-founder Don Pezet.
Cyber attackers have skills well beyond traditional information technology (IT) intrusions
and data exfiltration techniques—and they have set their sights on operating technology
(OT) environments. They have demonstrated an understanding of industrial control
systems (ICSs) and have an impressive ability to...
At a time when applications are more business-critical than ever - and visibility is more challenging to achieve - we need to discuss new strategies and tools for maximizing application intelligence. Sujay Pathakji of Axiom Telecom and Srudi Dineshan of Gigamon share insights.
Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) is one of the biggest concepts in cybersecurity, and for good reason – it’s one of the most secure and reliable ways to protect critical assets, like systems, networks, applications, and data, from bad actors or inappropriate user access.
Use this Zero Trust checklist as a...
Harold Moss, the CEO of Tautuk, has a background in building products, but many in cybersecurity do not come from a product background. In this interview with Brian Barnier, he discusses the importance of context, listening and collaboration for teams to understand creative and critical thinking.
Eighty percent of survey respondents say they either are well on the way or getting started toward becoming a "smart manufacturing company." Cloud migration, business resiliency and securing OT environments are among their priorities. Del Rodillas of Palo Alto Networks analyzes the survey results.
Fifty-three percent of survey respondents say cyberthreats became fiercer during COVID-19, and 17% say the pandemic disrupted their data security initiatives. These are among findings of a new survey sponsored by HelpSystems. Cary Hudgins analyzes the results and discusses how to put them to work.
Securing hybrid and multi-cloud workloads and supporting infrastructures is a daunting challenge for many organizations. Tried and trusted on-premises approaches and tools often don’t easily translate to the cloud and cloud-native monitoring and security tools are often platform specific making it difficult to gain...
Human error is the most common portal for cybersecurity breaches. So it stands to reason that human talent is the most valuable defense against attacks.
But how can organisations reduce risk by making humans the strongest link in the cyber defense line?
View this UK & EU Leadership Session lead by the Tech...
Many security practitioners take a check-box approach to cybersecurity, which prevents them from seeing the whole system. John Remo of Warner Music Group discusses how to break out of this pattern and use critical and abstract thinking to examine the deeper workings of the system.
The Town of Gilbert’s Office of Information Technology manages 1,500 employees and provides technical services for the community’s 260,000 residents.
In addition to maintaining hardware, such as municipal computers, telephones, and networking systems, they are responsible for providing connectivity for a wide...
Garry Hargreaves, director of the NATO Communications and Information - or NCI - Academy, discusses the institution's mission to train and educate NATO’s cyber workforce by creating an "enduring NATO cyberspace curriculum."
80% of companies will allow employees to work from home or the office. We call this “hybrid work.” This has created a need for secure access services that work consistently across locations so users can work from anywhere, can scale easily without complexity, and can minimize risk of cyber threats like ransomware...