As recently exposed by Cisco Talos, software supply chain attacks have gained popularity amongst all kinds of cyber criminals. Once exclusively used by cyberespionage threat actors, these attacks have now also become attractive for any kind of cybercriminal, who sees in this threat a way to compromise hundreds or thousands
Get to know the ins and outs of cyber threat intelligence and how your company’s security can be can be strengthened by putting threat intelligence into place. Cyber threat intelligence (CTI) is a concept that is crucial to the security of corporate networks, yet it can be difficult to really
As organizations struggle with security breaches, cyber AI can be a force multiplier, enabling security teams not only to respond faster than cyberattackers can move but also to anticipate these moves and act in advance. Despite making significant investments in security technologies, organizations continue to struggle with security breaches: Their
In the face of ever-more complex cyber threats, governments need to employ the full range of tools to deter adversaries. Responding To Exponentially Growing Cyber Threats In April 2021, based on a tip from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and aided by public sanction data from US Department of
In the age of digital transformation, trust is an elusive asset, but one that’s never out of reach for organisations that have initiated the right actions, such as adopting a sustainable, forward-looking cyber-security strategy. “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and a few minutes of cyber-incident to ruin
Over the past decade, business leaders have had to face an uncomfortable truth: It’s become impossible to sit at the head of a company and not address the threat of cyber risk. Cyber-attacks are increasingly pervasive and can present near existential threats to companies, and boards of directors and CEOs
Chris Young began his career in cyber security before the term was coined. Back in the 1990s, when Young was in his 20s, his first security company, Cyveillance, which he co-founded, considered itself to be in the “info stack” space.
After multiple leadership roles in cyber security, for the past three years, Young has been the Chief Executive Officer of McAfee, a $2.5 billion revenue device-to-cloud cybersecurity company with 97 million enterprise endpoints and 525 million consumer endpoints. McAfee operates in 189 countries, serving 80% of Fortune 100 firms, more than two-thirds of the Global 2000.