Steve Katz, the world's first CISO, died Saturday night while under hospice care in Long Island, New York. He left a strong legacy - not just as a pioneer and trailblazer in cybersecurity leadership but also as a beloved colleague and mentor who generously shared his time and wisdom.
With many organizations rapidly embracing AI and ML, CISOs must meet the cybersecurity and privacy challenges of adopting these technologies head on. Shailendra Kothavale, chief compliance and risk officer at Aditya Birla Sun Life Insurance, discussed the challenges and threats ahead.
Threat detection is a data-intensive process, and AI and machine learning technologies can help security teams gain insights faster. But to get the most out of AI and ML, Kotak Securities CISO Girish Dixit advised organizations to create AI models tailored to the organization's nuances.
Over the past two decades, GreyOrange's Krishnamurthy Rajesh has seen major advancements in IT and OT technologies, with the rise of Industry 4.0, 5G wireless connections, the cloud and now AI and machine learning. These technologies increase risk, but the industry's cyber maturity is improving.
Generative AI facilitates on-the-job learning, empowering team members to upskill themselves as they work and ultimately strengthening an organization's overall security posture, according to Fabio Fratucello, field chief technology officer, international, at CrowdStrike.
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Boards are more engaged in security and risk these days. It's a great time for CISOs to demonstrate their leadership, help the board understand what's achievable and uncover invisible issues facing the organization, said Bhimaraya Metri, director of the Indian Institute of Management, Nagpur.
Kalpesh Doshi, CISO at HDFC Life, shared how financial services C-suite leaders can navigate the complexities of India's Digital Personal Data Protection Bill. He is concerned about the shortage of people needed to meet new requirements and how those requirements will apply to international firms.
The chief operating officer of an Atlanta-based cybersecurity firm has pleaded guilty and agreed to pay restitution of more than $818,000 in a federal criminal case in which he admitted hacking a Georgia medical center in 2018 in an effort to drum up business for his company.
In this episode of CyberEd.io's podcast series "Cybersecurity Insights," former Uber CSO Joe Sullivan discusses the Uber trial and offers guidance to future CISOs. Was the Uber case a data breach or not. Sullivan explained why that making that distinction can be complicated.
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SEC regulators have filed charges against software company SolarWinds and its CISO Tim Brown - accusing them of misleading investors about the firm's cybersecurity practices in light of a high-profile hack. Canon security leader Quentyn Taylor examined implications for other CISOs.
A modern board of directors has no option but to immerse itself in today's cybersecurity and threat landscapes to spearhead enterprise-wide cyber defense and mitigation strategies, said Bhimaraya Metri, director at the Nagpur-based Indian Institute of Management.
The fallout from the SEC's charges of fraud and internal control failures against SolarWinds and its CISO has implications for the industry. Cordery Compliance attorney Jonathan Armstrong advises security leaders to "take heed and remember that the actions of today can determine your fate tomorrow."
When asked what has changed most since Oct. 7, Chen Shmilo, CEO of Israel's 8200 Alumni Association, said "trust." Trust in leadership has changed, but trust in society and its power to be resilient has been renewed, he said. "In these darkest times, some things might even change for the better."