“Work from anywhere” is a game-changer, and it has significant impacts on certificate lifecycle management. Patrick Nohe of GlobalSign discusses the new, strategic approach security leaders need to take for CLM.
SpyCloud has fresh research into account takeover trends and finds that attacks have recently spiked by 300%. Chip Witt explains the trends behind the stats and offers insight into what enterprises often are overlooking in their ATO prevention strategies.
"Better, cheaper, faster." These are the results that banking institutions can receive by shifting security to the cloud, says David Vergara of OneSpan. At a time when multi-channel fraud is surging and the customer experience is paramount, cloud needs serious consideration, he says.
"Risk acceptance" was the operative term as organizations quickly deployed remote workforces in response to the global crisis. But now, as this deployment becomes a long-term option, enterprises need to take a future-focused view toward identity, cloud, and the attack surface. Forcepoint's Homayun Yaqub offers tips.
DevSecOps is in its "awkward teenage years," says Matthew Rose of Checkmarx. But with new tooling and automation - particularly application security testing tools - he sees the practice maturing quickly and delivering improved outcomes.
Deception technology has emerged as a hot practice - but not one that is necessarily on every enterprise's budgeting radar. Don Gray, CTO of PacketViper, talks about the emergence of deception technology and how security leaders can make the case - and find the budget - for its usage.
The promise of cloud and mobility is to provide access to key services quickly and from anywhere at any time from any device. Zscaler's Lisa Lorenzin opens up on zero trust network access technologies, which provide a secure alternative to legacy methods.
Digital transformation: It's the present and future of business, as enterprises adapt to work at the speed and convenience of new demands. But amidst this transformation, how can security leaders avoid being obstacles and actually become catalysts for change? Alex Teteris of Zscaler shares insight.
Security leaders for a decade now have been discussing the profession's growing skills gap. But what is its true business impact, and what are some near- and long-term strategies to mitigate it? FireEye's Gareth Maclachlan shares insight.
When it comes to supply chain risk, many organizations overlook how dependent they are on those critical relationships, says Matt Kraning of Expanse. As a result, they are minimizing serious security vulnerabilities. Kraning offers insights on rethinking that dynamic.
Flat-out, traditional IAM practices are insufficient to secure a modern enterprise that relies on such diverse endpoints and connected devices. But API management can play a strong complementary role, says Jay Thorne of CA Technologies, a Broadcom company.
Enterprises today have many digital ways of interacting with their customers - and therefore just as many ways for authenticating those users and transactions. Sesh Venkataraman of CA Technologies explains the business value of omnichannel authentication solutions.
From malware and phishing to cryptojacking and man-in-the-middle attacks, mobile threats are rampant, and organizations need to stay a step ahead. Traditional threat management has been reactive. But IBM and Wandera have joined forces to stop threats dead in their tracks before they get close to your environment.
In the wake of digital transformation, there remain some organizations that - for security reasons - resist the temptation to move to the cloud. What are their objections? Zscaler's Bil Harmer addresses these, as well as the critical questions security leaders should ask of cloud service providers.
Fraud schemes have migrated in recent years, exposing inherent vulnerabilities in how most organizations authenticate users. Diego Szteinhendler of Mastercard outlines new strategies and tools for evolving authentication practices beyond solely payments security.