The attack on the Oldsmar, Fla., water treatment plant earlier this year raised the profile of operational technology events and attacks on critical infrastructure. Today’s columnist, Duncan Greatwood of Xage, offers insights into how organizations can adopt a Zero Trust approach to protect against similar attacks.
In the wake of numerous high-profile breaches and rapid digital transformation amid COVID-19 pandemic, organizations across industries are looking to increase investments in security measures to shore up defenses against similar attacks.
The announcement ends months of speculation over the key positions, during which time the government has had to face fallout from both the Solarwinds and Hafnium Exchange Server campaigns without leadership in place.
Today’s columnists, Pascal Geenens and Daniel Smith of Radware, say that while the SolarWinds case brought supply-chain attacks into the limelight, they are not new and security teams must finally manage them more effectively.
Following the SolarWinds hack security pros are turning to purple teams to lock down security. Today’s columnist, Victor Wieczorek of GuidePoint Security, offers a four-step process for deploying a purple team.
Rising rates of vulnerabilities, a more complex development environment and a lack of industry standards are putting software applications at risk. Can newer security tools and processes turn the tide?