From the Winter 2022 Issue

Countering New Cyber Vulnerabilities Being Faced by Remote Workers

Author(s):

Dr. Bill Anderson, President, CIS Mobile

Before “COVID” became part of our daily lexicon, only seven percent of U.S. workers had access to a flexible workplace or telework, according to a report by the Pew Research Center. Today, all of that has changed. Nearly half of the American workforce is working remotely – a trend most employers expect will continue and … Read more

From the Fall 2021 Issue

Multiparty Computation Secures Machine Identity in the New Cyber Frontier

Author(s):

Yehuda Lindell, CEO, Unbound Security

Multiparty Computation Secures Machine Identity

The question of identity is fundamental to security. We need to know who is asking for a service so we can be certain about whether they are authorized to access it. For this reason, humans need to authenticate before accessing almost anything. Consumers may understand why it is important, even if it does occasionally cause … Read more

From the Fall 2021 Issue

AMPLIFYING YOUR SOC EFFORTS WITH AUTOMATION

Author(s):

Vijay Bharti, SVP, CISO, Happiest Minds Technologies

SOC Automation

Organizations are equipped with a host of tools and systems; data centers, applications in the cloud, infrastructure tools comprising servers and networks, security tools comprising anti-virus, firewalls and gateways, and a lot more to support various enterprise functions. While the whole organization is spread across multiple areas, it is the Security Operations Center (SOC) that … Read more

From the Fall 2021 Issue

The Power of Automation

Author(s):

Mari Galloway, CEO, Founding Board Member, Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu

The Power of Automation

Orchestration and automation are two terms gaining notoriety, praise and progress in cybersecurity. Automation can save an organization 30% or more of their time allowing analysts and engineers to focus on more complex tasks. This time translates to 100’s of thousands of dollars over the course of a year. With so many options to choose … Read more

From the Fall 2021 Issue

What Should Your Home Cybersecurity Set Up Look Like?

Author(s):

Alex Haynes, CISO, Cheshire Datasystems Ltd.

What Should Your Home Cybersecurity Setup Look Like_

As we enter National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, it’s easy to forget that your personal security posture in your home environment is just as important as your enterprise environment. There’s so much focus today on enterprise security that it’s easy to overlook something that can have as much impact on your day to day as in … Read more

From the Fall 2021 Issue

The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Securing the Future

Author(s):

Connie Uthoff, Associate Program Director, The George Washington University

The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Securing the Future

In 2016, in his book The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Klaus Schwab, Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, suggested that we have entered into a fourth industrial revolution, one defined by emerging technologies where physical and virtual systems work together.  He emphasized that, unlike the past, the fusion of breakthrough technologies like nanotechnology, 5G, 3D printing, … Read more

From the Fall 2021 Issue

Staying Home May Be Good for Your Health, but Is It Good For Agency Security?

Author(s):

Colby Proffitt, Cybersecurity Strategist, Netskope

Staying Home May Be Good for Your Health, but Is It Good For Agency Security?

New survey findings suggest remote work and security still not mutually inclusive Multiple surveys on employee efficiency, happiness, and health have been conducted since the pandemic began in the Spring of 2020. Most have reached the same conclusions – a more flexible schedule, a more comfortable work environment, and the removal of the daily commute … Read more

Casino Cybersecurity: Risks and Attacks

Author(s):

Vytautas Nemunaitis, SEO Manager, Market Rats

casino cybersecurity

Amidst the glitz and glamour of the casino atmosphere, cybersecurity doesn’t typically come to mind. Exciting lights, sounds, and the general awe and wonder of the ambiance bombard our eyes, ears, and minds. Yet, in our modern interconnected age, we must remember that everything from washing machines to refrigerators has internet features. While some casino … Read more