By the numbers, who has implemented GenAI in their organization? Who has a dedicated budget? And who understands the AI regulations for their industry? An expert panel discusses the findings of ISMG's First Annual Generative AI Study: Business Rewards vs. Security Risks.
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.
According to a recent pulse poll from ISACA on generative AI, only 6% of respondents' organizations are providing training to all staff on AI, and more than half - 54% - say that no AI training is provided at all, even to teams directly affected by AI.
Okta has paused product development and internal projects for 90 days to beef up its security architecture and operations for applications, hardware and third-party vendors. Okta will move to strengthen its cyber posture, including a security action plan and engaging with third-party cyber firms.
In the constant struggle to manage the other five pillars - identify, protect, detect, respond and recover - security leaders often do not have governance at top of mind, said Netography CEO Martin Roesch, but he added, "Good governance is the root of having good security."
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.
Make no mistake, beyond all the hype, widespread availability of generative AI is a revolution impacting us all and fundamentally changing how we do business...let alone, communicate. In every revolution there are winners and losers, and there is no opt-out if we want to avoid being left behind by our...
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.
"Generative AI provides in terms of learning...
In a scenario fraught with ever-increasing cyberthreats, CISOs emerge as the guardians of the digital economy. The 2023 Security Organization and Compensation Study by IANS and Artico Search analyzes security organization planning across revenue segments and industries.
The Australian government announced it will invest AU$18 million to help the country's small businesses better respond to cyberattacks and will spend AU$7.2 million to help businesses get cybersecurity assessment checks and AU$11 million to provide one-on-one assistance to deal with cyberattacks.
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.
Drenan Dudley, who previously served as deputy national cyber director for strategy and budget at the Office of the National Cyber Director, will temporarily lead the agency while the White House nominee to serve in a permanent capacity awaits a vote in the Senate.
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.