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Infosec and the future: Dr. Giovanni Vigna on lessons learned over 25 years

When I asked Dr. Giovanni Vigna what are some of the most important lessons he has learned during the 25+ years he spent working in computer security, his answer was simple: …

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Innovation in healthcare: A hacker’s dream and CISO’s nightmare?

It’s hard not to be excited about artificial intelligence and machine learning in pure technology terms, but applying these innovations to the healthcare sector has the …

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The modern CSO: Future-proofing your organization in a disruptive world

“There are three essential skill sets a modern day CSO must have. The first is knowledge of the business to better align a security strategy to company objectives …

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Data guides the new security perimeter

A recent Kaspersky Lab report finds data breaches now cost enterprises more than $1.2 million. The report also finds that the success of digital transformation projects are …

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Managing and maintaining security in the enterprise

In the digital age, more often than not, organizations are playing defense against cybercrime. In fact, a report from Online Trust Alliance shows businesses reported 159,700 …

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Has your security evolved to counter Ocean’s Eleven of threat scenarios?

In assessing how the cyber threat and mitigation landscape has evolved over time, I often think of the ways that “cops and robbers” movies have changed: In the old days, a …

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Why cybercriminals are turning to cryptojacking for easy money

The cryptocurrency market has seen an incredible amount of attention and hype over the last year, culminating with Bitcoin values soaring by more than 1,300 percent in 2017. …

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Working through the cybersecurity skills gap

It’s no secret that there’s a shortage of qualified personnel in the field of cybersecurity. It’s a problem that has long been noticed and one that is projected to get even …

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What CISOs can learn from Tyrion on Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones is a gripping, global phenomenon. One of the main reasons for its popularity is its nuanced portrayal of characters who are not 100% good or evil. Over seven …

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GDPR: Today is the day

Today is the day many organizations around the world have been preparing for. As GDPR becomes enforceable, we sat down with Jerry Caponera, VP Cyber Risk Strategy, Nehemiah …

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Security spring cleaning: Tidying up messy firewall rules to reduce complexity

Most security teams are waging a daily battle against complex IT infrastructures, advanced malware and a severe skills shortage – a trifecta that has forced them to tackle …

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Fighting ransomware with network segmentation as a path to resiliency

Recent cybersecurity events involving the use of ransomware (WannaCry and similar variants) represent the latest examples highlighting the need for organizations to not only …

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