The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes how and why Russia is spreading disinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus: the latest CCPA regulation updates; a CISO's tips on securely managing a remote workforce.
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The RSA cybersecurity conference once again this year gathered tens of thousands of individuals to network and attend keynotes and briefings on topics ranging from election security and genomics to privacy and cybercrime. Here are 20 visual highlights from this year's event.
Reducing security complexity remains one of the toughest challenges facing CISOs, driven by the non-stop increase in threats, says Jeff Reed senior vice president of product at Cisco Security Business. Creating a sustainable solution will require advances in vendor interoperability, as well as automation and...
RSA CMO Holly Rollo and her adult daughter Emily find themselves in a unique position: They work at competing cybersecurity vendors. The Rollos open up on their backgrounds, careers and how the cybersecurity sector can grow through greater diversity.
Do CISOs need to have deep technical proficiency? Many information security professionals will say: "Of course." Ask them which skills rank highest, however, and you'll hear words such as "communication" and "building trust," says Thom Langford, director of (TL)2 Security.
Steve Katz, the world's first CISO, who cut his teeth at Citi and Merrill Lynch, stays current with emerging tech and business trends, and he has advice to share with the next generation of cybersecurity leaders.
Career privacy officer Michelle Dennedy now finds herself in a unique position as CEO of DrumWave, a startup data services company. At a time when privacy is a growing business imperative, what influence can she bring to this leadership role?
Marc Rogers has been a hacker since the 1980s - notable as organizer of DEF CON - and he is pleased to see his unique set of skills now embraced by the industry and being used to make cybersecurity smarter and easier to use.