Amit Yoran, president of RSA, says Asian organizations should move away from traditional processes and embrace change with sharper perspectives in building defences against advanced threats. How do security leaders respond?
As pressure to speed the development of applications intensifies, CISOs must be the "voice of reason," taking a leadership role in ensuring security issues are addressed early in app development process, says John Dickson, principal at Denim Group, a Texas-based security consultancy.
Based on Lockheed Martin's experience in the aftermath of a data breach, the company advises organizations to diligently gather threat intelligence internally to support development of an effective mitigation strategy, says Chris Coryea, cyber intelligence specialist.
As new schemes from hackers get more disruptive and harmful, it is critical to scale up defences, disrupt these attacks and make your organization a lesser target. Alex Holden, founder and CISO of Hold Security, tells how.
CISOs must be empowered to define the security architecture for smart cities. How? By securing endpoints of known and unknown device categories in the network, says David Dufour, head of security architecture for smart cities at Webroot.
Implementing a successful cybersecurity strategy in light of advanced threats calls for operationalizing three key principles: visibility, identity and risk, says Zulfikar Ramzan, chief technology officer at RSA.
Bruce Schneier, CTO of Resilient Systems, is busy exploring how IoT - the name given to computerization of everything in our lives - is changing the security world. "We're building a world-sized robot, and we don't even realize it."
While enterprises rebuild or upgrade their security programs, they must guard against over emphasizing technology investments while neglecting staffing issues, says Ben Johnson, chief security strategist at Carbon Black.
The 2016 RSA Conference Asia Pacific & Japan, to be held July 20-22 in Singapore, will offer a security road map, imparting lessons to practitioners to help them navigate through cybersecurity complexities. Here's a preview of some of the top session.
In the world of the extended enterprise, everybody seeks greater visibility into network activity. But Gidi Cohen was there in 2002, founding Skybox Security to provide analytics to improve cybersecurity. Cohen discusses the evolution of visibility.
The nonstop pace of "Apple vs. FBI" updates and related crypto debates seemed to exceed both the U.S. government's and the information security industry's advanced persistent spin-cycles at this year's RSA Conference.