Even as the demand for security professionals grows, the outflow of practitioners from the profession is greater than the influx of fresh blood, says (ISC)Â² CEO David Shearer. How can this trend be effectively addressed?
In this audio report, hear Homeland Security Assistant Secretary Andy Ozment attempt to assuage concerns raised by some business leaders who fear revealing corporate secrets by participating in cyberthreat information sharing. Others also weigh in on the issues.
While the healthcare sector is finally becoming aware of the cyberthreats and risks facing medical devices, new Internet of Things health devices are quickly creating new vectors for cyberattacks, warns cybersecurity expert Tyler Cohen Wood.
It's the ultimate challenge for government agencies: How can they be both secure and compliant - especially when operating in a hybrid cloud environment? Trend Micro's Ed Cabrera offers insight into the unique challenges and emerging solutions.
A new methodology for assessing whether a medical device cybersecurity issue is likely to pose a danger to patients should be available later this year, says cybersecurity researcher Billy Rios in this in-depth interview.
Mobility and IoT are acknowledged by security practitioners to be a whole different beast when it comes to management. MetricStream's French Caldwell says that GRC likewise needs to change its paradigm to accommodate this disruption.
When is a breach not a breach? When you can prove that sensitive data has not been accessed - even off a lost or stolen device. And the way to ensure that, says former prosecutor Stephen Treglia, is through Absolute Data & Device Security.
Because cybercriminals are targeting the healthcare sector, organizations must regularly assess the security risks in all their applications, not just those containing protected health information, says risk management expert Angel Hoffman.
Despite their limited resources, smaller healthcare provider organizations must overcome "paralysis" and ramp up efforts to safeguard information systems or risk becoming potential gateways for breaches at larger organizations, says Michael Kaiser of the National Cyber Security Alliance.
A successful startup is fueled by passion, speed and innovation - all enabled by technology. Not securing this technology layer from day one can therefore have expensive consequences later. IEEE's Diogo MÃ³nica shares security insight for startups.
Sophisticated phishing campaigns, increasingly targeted because of social media, are fueling business email compromises - a growing wire fraud scheme that is attacking businesses worldwide, says Jim Hansen of PhishMe.
Why is devising a reliable patient identifier such a critical issue? Because matching a patient to the wrong records creates serious safety risks as well as privacy problems, says CIO Marc Probst, who explains in an interview how he's tackling the issue at Intermountain Healthcare.
Healthcare organizations need to carefully scrutinize the security of electronic health records and other applications they use because encryption and other features often have shortcomings, says Chris Wysopal, CISO at the security firm Veracode.
Extortion campaigns waged by cybercriminals are expected to become more damaging in 2016, putting additional pressure on CISOs to enhance protection of internal networks and educate employees about extortionists' techniques, says iSight Partner's John Miller.