Her title says "information security," but Radian CISO Donna Ross considers herself more of a security risk officer. It's an important distinction that drives her approach to technology, leadership and communicating with senior leadership.
Flavio Aggio, CISO of the World Health Organization, has had a long career across many sectors. He understands supply chain risk, and he sees the SolarWinds hack as "resumption of a very old attack - in new packaging." He offers insights on mitigating this and other cybersecurity risks.
Glauco Sampaio comes from a technology background. But as CISO as well as privacy and fraud prevention officer at Cielo, a Brazilian payment card processor, he focuses on how to marry technology with business risk - and how to share his vision with business executives.
Three CISOs offer real-world insights on addressing the challenges involved in implementing a "zero trust" framework to enhance security in an era when so many remote employees are accessing applications and data in the cloud as well as within internal networks.
Small businesses have been disproportionately affected by hackers in recent months. To aid in countering the threat, Mastercard has launched a cybersecurity education effort targeting this market segment. Paul Trueman, a senior vice president Mastercard, explains the “Trust Center” initiative.
It's one thing to plan for a remote workforce. Quite another when you suddenly have to deploy and support it - at 100%. Martin Mazor of Entertainment Partners discusses the vital role of identity in his enterprise's unique business.
Some people run from change. Arun DeSouza of Nexteer Automotive runs toward it. "Now is my time," says the veteran chief information security and privacy officer, who shares his leadership and technology insights in this exclusive interview.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report describes new details emerging from the SolarWinds supply chain hack investigation. Also featured: A discussion of why security education is so crucial in 2021 and tips on how to retain security and operations center analysts.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report offers leadership lessons from Equifax CISO Jamil Farshchi and Mastercard's deputy CSO, Alissa "Dr. Jay" Abdullah. Also featured: An assessment of cybersecurity priorities for President-elect Joe Biden.
In light of the SolarWinds supply chain breach and other security incidents, the United States has substantial work to do in building a resilient digital infrastructure, says David Forscey of the Aspen Cyber Group, who outlines a five-step road map.
CISA is warning that local K-12 school districts are increasingly under assault by cyberthreats targeting vulnerable networks that are disrupting physical and virtual education throughout the U.S. The top security problems include ransomware, Trojans and other malware as well as DDoS attacks.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of why the FireEye breach is a wake-up call for the cybersecurity industry. Also featured: Monero cryptocurrency scams; key considerations for cloud security.
Government leaders are increasingly calling on cybersecurity researchers to better inform policymakers and are urging businesses to pay more attention to their in-house security teams, according to presenters at this week's Black Hat Europe virtual conference.
Encryption keeps the internet secure, but it also gives bad actors the perfect hiding place. Join Gigamon and ISC2 for a deep dive into the latest encryption protocol, TLS 1.3, to learn what's different and what advantages it offers in the constant effort to stay one step ahead of threats.
Cybersecurity leaders are not immune to the forces of digital transformation. In fact, Nicolas Casimir, CISO EMEA with Zscaler, says the role is forever changed by the business and technologies evolutions we have seen in 2020.