Complex supply chains have complex security requirements, but secure them you must. Here’s where to start. 1 of 9 It seems impossible to overstate the importance of the supply chain, especially in times like these. Millions of consumers, too, learned distressing lessons when stories of crops rotting in fields and images of empty grocery shelves
Between Europe’s and California’s privacy laws, companies have a complex landscape to navigate in 2020. Even data-mature industries, such as financial services, see problems ahead. As US companies head into the new year, data privacy is one of the most fluid areas at the junction of business and security. On January 1, the California Consumer
Federal guidelines can help all organizations pragmatically and meaningfully improve their firmware security. Adversaries recently have noticed that firmware and hardware constitute a serious blind spot for most organizations. While firmware may have once been the domain of nation-state attackers, it’s now easier than ever for criminals to develop firmware-based attacks that bypass security and
CISO definition The chief information security officer (CISO) is the executive responsible for an organization’s information and data security. While in the past the role has been rather narrowly defined along those lines, these days the title is often used interchangeably with CSO and VP of security, indicating a more expansive role in the organization.