Organizations operate in networks that on average include 1,409 vendors. Combine that with limited resources, and supply chain security can seem an oxymoron.
When it comes to cybersecurity coverage, the relationship between enterprises and insurers has been rocky and uncertain. But the market just may force a compromise.
The volatility and uncertainties brought about by the pandemic will have an impact well into the next decade, with executives foreshadowing struggles tied to evolving security requirements and the need to transform digitally on a dime.
Cloud enabled a lot of organizations to shift fast, accommodating the new business requirements that emerged with the pandemic. But where did security fit into the equation? SC Media spoke to Vikram Kunchala of Deloitte to find out.
Two vulnerabilities discovered could lead to remote code execution, while another could lead to denial of service attacks.
While tempting, most experts agree that hack-back strategies are a bad idea for companies. But there are tactics that can help deter nation-state actors and limit their ability to penetrate networks.
SC Media spoke to Ron Gula, former NSA hacker and cybersecurity investor through Gula Tech Adventures, who has advised Congress and the White House, about what President Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office should look like from a cyber perspective.
As work from home extends into 2021, remote access performance and security will continue to dominate enterprise budgets and priorities.
So far, U.S. companies have felt the brunt of regulators’ displeasure. The highest GDPR fine so far – $57 million – was imposed on Google by French regulators, though Marriott may have to pony up $123 million.