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Why Your Business Needs a Long-Term Remote Security Strategy

Chris Hass, director of information security and research at Automox, discusses the future of work: A hybrid home/office model that will demand new security approaches. When COVID-19 first emerged, companies across all sectors of the economy were forced to rapidly transition to remote work. The goal was simple: Ensuring business . . . Read more

The Evolving Role of the CISO

Curtis Simpson, CISO at Armis, discusses the stop qualities that all CISOs need to possess to excel. Digital technologies have infused every aspect of a business, especially with the shutdown of the physical workplace. The increased interdependence between the physical, digital and cybersecurity worlds demand a leadership position that combines . . . Read more

Apps Built Better: Why DevSecOps is Your Security Team’s Silver Bullet

Phil Richards, vice president and CSO at Ivanti, explains how organizations can design DevOps processes and systems to thwart cyberattacks. Security should never be an afterthought when developing software and applications. However, as technological advances continue to take hold, the security tools many rely on are changing in real-time, and . . . Read more

Why I Love (Breaking Into) Your Security Appliances

David “moose” Wolpoff, CTO at Randori, discusses security appliances and VPNs and how attackers only have to “pick one lock” to invade an enterprise through them. Amid the Colonial Pipeline and JBS ransomware attacks that sparked shockwaves among media worldwide, news broke that attackers were able to compromise Colonial Pipeline . . . Read more

Why Healthcare Keeps Falling Prey to Ransomware and Other Cyberattacks

Nate Warfield, CTO of Prevailion and former Microsoft security researcher, discusses the many security challenges and failings plaguing this industry. The healthcare industry is under attack like never before. What started as a surge in criminal activity during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic has now metastasized into a . . . Read more