The Biden executive order on cybersecurity was a catalyst for action, with tight delivery times for steps including promotion of SBOMs and zero trust. The cyber-physical nexus and expanding threat surface mean it's not easy to maintain vigilance, but recognizing that is the first step.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report describes why firewalls and VPNs don't belong in Zero Trust design. It also discusses cybercriminals' evolving ransomware tactics and the devastating price of responding to a ransomware attack, as experienced by Travelex in 2019.
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Four ISMG editors discuss important cybersecurity issues, including how Canada's Desjardins Group settled a data breach lawsuit for $155 million, how Facebook is being sued after allegedly violating patient privacy, and highlights from ISMG's Northeast Summit held in New York this week.
Tired of keeping track of passwords? Recent announcements by major platform vendors Google, Apple and Microsoft could have passwords down for the count in the next six years, says Andrew Shikiar, executive director of the FIDO Alliance, which has been on a 10-year mission to eliminate passwords.
Hardware firewall VPNs of yesterday simply cannot protect workers beyond the traditional perimeter. This leaves a major security gap for today’s modern organization in a continuing effort to reduce external threats and protect remote employees.
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Evolving to a zero trust architecture can be overwhelming for organizations, leaving many unsure of where they should even start. Cloudflare Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan urges CISOs to break the journey into bite-sized chunks that can be easily digested.
In the latest weekly update, Jeremy Grant, coordinator of the Better Identity Coalition, joins three editors at ISMG to discuss important cybersecurity issues, including where we are with passwordless, if we are getting closer to a U.S. federal privacy law, and next-gen authentication technologies.
Organizations have created significant security challenges by rapidly migrating applications, data and workloads to multiple public clouds over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Abbas Kudrati of Microsoft and Upendra Singh of HCL.
Implementing modern architectures such as zero trust and secure access service edge remains an issue for many organizations. This challenge is further amplified by the shortage of skilled cybersecurity personnel, says Kate Adam, senior director of enterprise product marketing at Juniper Networks.
There's a lot of confusion in the market around what constitutes zero trust architecture, and Zscaler founder, Chairman and CEO Jay Chaudhry believes firewalls and VPNs shouldn't be part of a system that's supposed to not trust anybody or anything by default.
Jeremy Grant says many areas in cybersecurity are fragmented, but Grant Schneider adds, "We don't want everyone developing collaboratively because the competition drives a lot of innovation in this space." The two discuss striking the right balance between industry fragmentation and collaboration.
Security leaders shouldn't ignore current geopolitical tensions, which are going to infiltrate into private sectors, says Troy Leach of the Cloud Security Alliance. And John Kindervag of ON2IT Cybersecurity says - for that reason - organizations need to stop being cheap on cybersecurity.
The persistence, sophistication, and disruptiveness of cyber-attacks have spurred security leaders into action. Moving from reactive to proactive, they’re now operating on Zero Trust and Microsegmentation models.
With a governing philosophy of “never trust, always verify” and “always assume a breach,”...
Businesses have embraced zero trust architectures in an effort to increase their protection while reducing cost and complexity for the organization, according to iboss CEO Paul Martini. Martini says companies are turning to zero trust to more effectively protect their users, applications and data.