Ask most board directors and CEO’s to define cybersecurity and artificial intelligence in a board meeting and have them share their answers and you may well find that their depth of knowledge is too shallow in their duty of care responsibilities. This, however, is fast changing after many years where
Microsoft recently acknowledged Russian hackers successfully cyberattacked them. If hackers can penetrate their internal systems, what are the chances your company will suffer the consequences of a future hack? What the Russians have done is very bad, but it’s only an example of the cyber threats we all face. The
Protecting digital assets is becoming harder and harder, for one alarming reason: most organizations have poorly prepared for the deluge of cloud-based applications and end-point devices. This transformation has created vulnerabilities well beyond any corporate-controlled environment, expanding the potential for data breaches into completely unchartered territory. As the enterprise perimeter
With cybercrime accelerating as COVID-19 spreads, manufacturing and retail organisations are seeing the most attacks. In a report to be released today that was exclusively provided to the author, security firm Mimecast examines the first 100 days of the crisis and the pattern of scams that has unfolded.
The global outbreak of the new Coronavirus brought to our attention an inconvenient truth about influenza: The seasonal flu kills between 291,000 to 645,000 people worldwide each year. Still, a December 2019 survey found that 37% of US adults did not intend to get a flu shot.
Cybersecurity is at an inflection point entering 2020. Advances in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are accelerating its technological progress. Real-time data and analytics are making it possible to build stronger business cases, driving higher adoption.
As Principal Analyst at Forrester, Chase contributes to the research and advisory firm’s offerings for Security & Risk Professionals. His research guides client initiatives related to security operations center (SOC) planning and optimization, counter-threat operations, encryption, network security, and Zero Trust concepts and implementation.
Christy Wyatt’s career exemplifies what you would expect from a high-performing tech leader who thrives on turning challenges into growth. Showing persistence, resiliency, and tenacity – she has a long history of scaling high-growth technology companies and infusing them with greater creative energy, ingenuity, and intensity for results. As CEO of Absolute, she’s leading the company through an evolution that is shifting its focus from simply being known as a ‘track and trace’ company to becoming the world’s most trusted security company delivering endpoint resiliency to businesses of all sizes.
The threat, cost and complexity of cybercrime continues to rise, keeping it on the agenda of the C-suite despite the efforts and investments made to date. According to Accenture research, the average cost of cybercrime was up 11% last year across all industries, to $13 million per year. Since financial