Leading organizations are exploring quantum computing, AI and blockchain as drivers for business transformation and intelligent change. Bijender Mishra, CISO of Alkem Laboratories, discusses how these technologies can help industries, including pharmaceuticals, improve productivity and growth.
Security leaders are leveraging blockchain's decentralized approach to establish user identity, as it is designed to ensure the correction of transaction through reliable sources that help to contain fraudulent transactions, says Edmund Situmorang, CTO at Prodigi, Sinar Mas Group.
Modern applications that run on cloud-native infrastructure are dynamic and complex environments, and present security teams with a challenge to distinguish attacks from normal behavior. In order to stay on top of evolving attacks, security teams need to have the right detection tools in place.
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Learn how advanced analytics and machine learning help financial organizations proactively detect and prevent fraudulent payments.
As new payment types proliferate globally, payment and identity fraud is also skyrocketing. In 2021, global card fraud losses hit a staggering $28.58 billion.
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Proofpoint, which was acquired by private equity firm Thoma Bravo in 2021, has merged with Dathena, a New York-based AI data protection platform. Dathena's platform will address the need in Proofpoint's cloud management platform for safeguards against breaches and data exposure.
Cybersecurity in today's world is no longer primarily about the implementation of products or solutions. It is more about the analysis of behavior and the ecosystem. Krishnamurthy Rajesh of ICRA discusses the role of artificial intelligence and the need for collaboration among business functions.
CISOs need to harden the algorithms written for artificial intelligence, as cybercriminals always leverage AI to launch a zero-day vulnerability, says Manojkumar Parmar, technical global program director at Bosch.
AI-based image recognition technology used by radiologists to help improve the speed and accuracy of medical diagnoses - such as detecting breast cancer in mammography images - is vulnerable to cyberattacks that can trick the AI, as well as doctors, into potentially making the wrong diagnoses, a new study says.
The world of IT is moving faster, and in more directions at once, than ever. From classic ITOps to DevOps and DevSecOps, our leaders predict key trends for the new year:
Serverless: Great idea, with more complexities than most IT teams realize.
Edge computing: You’ll get so tired of the buzz, you’ll stop...
Two Senate leaders on Thursday introduced legislation that would form a working group charged with monitoring the security of AI data obtained by federal contractors. This body would also ensure that the data adequately protects national security and recognizes privacy rights, the lawmakers say.
As the risks to IT and OT converge, organizations must use "zero trust" to verify user identities and build effective monitoring capabilities to track the behavior of privileged users, say Kartik Shahani of Tenable and Rohan Vaidya of CyberArk.
According to a panel of experts, protecting the Active Directory, a rich target for increasing ransomware attacks, will require organizations to audit privileged accounts and endpoints with continuous monitoring and an identity governance approach.