Cybersecurity leaders can leverage threat intelligence to better understand adversaries, learn from attacks, and take actions to mitigate risks. But it needs to be part of a larger strategy that includes taking care of basics and partnering with others, according to Teresa Tonthat and Chris Paravate.
With hybrid work models becoming permanent – and more devices being connected to the network – IT and security leaders face a new set of challenges, according to our panelists, who talked about the critical role a zero-trust approach can play in securing data.
The key to gaining buy-in from senior leadership for cybersecurity solutions is in being able to identify the biggest risks and explain how they can be mitigated, said Patrick Voon and Aaron Miri during a recent webinar. “Be as transparent as possible.”
Obtaining cyber-insurance is more critical than ever, and yet, the process has become more costly and rigorous than in the past, said our IT security experts during a recent discussion. “You need to show that it’s a living process.”