ISSUE 68 (March 2021)
Cybersecurity adaptability
Issue 68 Contributors
Marc Gaffan
CEO, Hysolate
Balaji Ganesan
CEO, Privacera
Toni Grzinic
Security Researcher
Brian Hajost
President & CEO, SteelCloud
Richard Hughes
Head of Technical Cybersecurity Division, A&O IT Group
Alex Livshiz
Research Team Lead, SCA, Checkmarx
Greg Martin
VP & GM of Security, Sumo Logic
Nathaniel Meron
CPO & CMO, C2A Security
Ganesh Pai
CEO, Uptycs
Nigel Seddon
VP of EMEA West, Ivanti
Nigel Thorpe
Technical Director, SecureAge Technology
Ellison Anne Williams
CEO, Enveil

Cybersecurity adaptability

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Table of contents

  • Physical cyber threats: What do criminals leave when they break in?
  • Review: Group-IB Fraud Hunting Platform
  • The transportation sector needs a standards-driven, industry-wide approach to cybersecurity
  • Tips for boosting the “Sec” part of DevSecOps
  • When it comes to vulnerability triage, ditch CVSS and prioritize exploitability
  • Homomorphic encryption: Myths and misconceptions
  • How to motivate employees to take cybersecurity seriously
  • Enable secure remote workspaces without trashing your entire IT infrastructure
  • Protecting productivity within the disappearing perimeter
  • Closing the data divide: How to create harmony among data scientists and privacy advocates
  • Database encryption: Protecting the crown jewels
  • Can we put a stop to cyber harassment?
  • Preparing for the CMMC onslaught
  • For SOC teams, the analytics and automation hype is real
  • Three ways MITRE ATT&CK can improve your organizational security

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