ISSUE 63 (September 2019)
CISO challenges
Issue 63 Contributors
Randy Barr
CISO, Topia
Catherine Chambers
Senior Product Manager, Irdeto
Jim Ducharme
VP of Identity Products, RSA Security
Julie Haney
Co-lead, NIST Usable Cybersecurity team
Vlatko Kosturjak
Security Researcher
Matt Lock
Technical Director, Varonis
Nimmy Reichenberg
Chief Strategy Officer, Siemplify
Mark Sangster
VP & Industry Security Strategist, eSentire
Charlie Sander
CEO, ManagedMethods
Motti Sorani
Mary Theofanos
Co-lead, NIST Usable Cybersecurity team

CISO challenges

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Table of contents

  • Identifying evasive threats hiding inside the network
  • Inside the NIST team working to make cybersecurity more user-friendly
  • Report: Black Hat USA 2019
  • Healthcare’s blind spot: Unmanaged IoT and medical devices
  • What the education industry must do to protect itself from cyber attacks
  • Solving security problems: Security advice for those with limited resources
  • Review: Specops uReset
  • True passwordless authentication is still quite a while away
  • Six criteria for choosing the right security orchestration vendor
  • Ensuring supply chain security: 5 IT strategies for choosing vendors wisely
  • Have you thought about the often-overlooked mobile app threat?

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