The best way to ensure your business is prepared to face cybersecurity threats is to foster a culture of cybersecurity awareness. Convenience is not the same thing as laziness.
While the Executive Order primarily focuses on concrete steps the federal government must take to adopt cybersecurity best practices, there are several provisions that will also significantly impact government contractors, subcontractors and other private sector entities.
Setting the direction towards leading standards in authentication, encryption and data compliance will yield great benefits as these approaches begin to be increasingly implemented across public and private areas.
With digital transformation comes risk, and the implementation of new and innovative digital technologies without the appropriate safeguards can come at a very real financial and operational costs.
Comprehensive IoT security requires an integrated group of device management services, including secure device commissioning, certificate management, a mechanism for providing firmware updates over the air, and strong authentication and authorization capabilities.
Navigating the regulatory and best practices compliance can be a daunting task for even the most experienced person.
The COVID-19 pandemic presented a moment of truth for companies in business resilience. The need for digital-first businesses that are customer-centric, data-driven, and deliver fast time to value which was an option is now an imperative.
Brands need to safeguard their social presence, protect their customers’ data and avoid account takeover fraud after massive data leaks like Facebook’s.
Implementation of two-factor authentication (2FA) has understandably rubbed some people up the wrong way but is a step in the right direction, not just for other subscription businesses to follow suit, but good for the digital security of users as a whole.