There’s a cybersecurity workforce gap. Adopt the Ted Lasso approach and shift from focusing on hiring security specialists to instead recruiting leaders and coaches to help bridge the DevSecOps divide that keeps development and security from seeing eye to eye.
Data protection, data privacy, and cyber security are top-of-mind concerns, especially for fast growing startups. But what if you could turn your data protection practices into a competitive advantage that helps you close more deals?
For connected medical devices, cyberattacks are a massive threat to patient safety. As BLE connectivity for IoMT devices becomes more prevalent, protocol fuzzing validation will become even more critical in maintaining patient safety and trust in advancing technologies.
Data privacy has become one of the social and cultural issues of our era. Today there is still a gap in privacy expectations and challenges resulting from the competing view of data among the three distinct points of view: users, the regulator, and the organization.
More businesses are opting to outsource their security needs to an external provider that supplies SOC-as-a-Service, which delivers all of the security benefits of a dedicated SOC but without the associated headaches, and financial burden that comes with managing a full staff in-house,
The USA PATRIOT Act Section 314(b) is an important enabler in the fight against financial crime, allowing financial institutions to share vital data with one another for prevention, detection, and investigations. Ronen Cohen, VP of Strategy at Duality Technologies, discusses why financial institutions have struggled to fully utilize this valuable piece of legislation and how privacy-first approaches are paving a new way forward.
Digital transformation, hybrid work, third-party partnerships, and other factors have weakened security controls. It’s now more likely than not that the adversary is already hiding within the network, and equally as likely that they got in with stolen, now compromised, credentials.
Data privacy management will only grow more important, expensive, and complicated in the days to come for tech companies. Companies need to take a step back and understand what data they have, where it resides and how to manage that data.
Companies are rapidly adopting APIs to improve platform integration, connectivity, and efficiency and to enable digital innovation projects. Over the last few years, API attacks have increased massively, and API security concerns continue to impede innovations.