The COVID-19 pandemic has been referred to as a "great equalizer," and in many ways it is - until it isn't. Forrester analyst Allie Mellen, who has studied regional impacts of COVID-19, shares surprising findings from her research.
The past year has taught us much about resilience. But how do we update our tools and skills for the future? Vasu Jakkal, corporate vice president at Microsoft, discusses new, fundamental cybersecurity shifts and how our strategies for acquring skills and diversity must reflect them.
The mass migration to cloud has only added to the global cybersecurity gap, and John Yeoh, global vice president of research at the Cloud Security Alliance is among those calling for greater "diversity by design" as enterprises look to fill these roles.
From identity and access management to cloud migration and connected devices, retired RSA CEO Art Coviello looks beyond the pandemic and says, "It's going to be a Roaring '20s for technology." But he also foresees a potentially calamitous decade for security.
FBI agent Elvis Chan dedicated four years to election security, and he doesn’t hesitate to say: The 2020 presidential election was "the most secure election of my career." He explains why, and what lessons learned we can apply to future elections.
As former U.S. cybersecurity coordinator in the Obama administration, Michael Daniel is well-versed in critical infrastructure vulnerabilities. Now, as president and CEO of Cyber Threat Alliance, he's working to bring the public and private sectors together to improve cybersecurity defenses.
As CISO of Johnson & Johnson, Marene Allison was used to gauging her security posture by the top threat activity: nation-state, cybercrime, insider or hacktivist. But in 2020, they all struck at once. Here is one CISO's take on the state of the industry.
Flavio Aggio of the World Health Organization says that just like technology, humans also require an OS upgrade. Key to this understanding what risks you're taking and then using multiple layers of defense to manage them.
The past year has been a milestone one for RSA and for RSA Conference alike. In this exclusive interview, RSA Group CEO Rohit Ghai discusses the changes, the state of secure identity and the role XDR will play in shaping cybersecurity's future.
Nearly a year ago, RSA's Chief Digital Officer, Zulfikar Ramzan, sat with ISMG to discuss 2021: A Cybersecurity Odyssey. Which predictions came true, and how have the threat and technology landscapes exploded in unexpected new directions?
After a year of pandemic resilience and digital transformation, what is the state of global privacy? Ruby Zefo, Uber's chief privacy officer, weighs in on the evolution of privacy, new and emerging legislation and advice for those just starting their privacy careers.
Could the theme of this year's RSA Conference be anything other than resiliency? In a world still being transformed by the coronavirus pandemic, RSA CEO Rohit Ghai launched this year's conference by celebrating the "first responders" - medical, but also cybersecurity - that have helped society respond and adapt.
Maddie Stone of Google's Project Zero bug hunting team says writing better software patches and using memory-safe language when coding applications can make it much more difficult for malicious researchers to find zero-day flaws.
Asia Assistance, a subsidiary of Paris-based multinational insurance company AXA, was hit by a ransomware attack that affected its IT operations in Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong and the Philippines, the company reports.