Threat intelligence is becoming an increasingly critical part of a holistic cybersecurity strategy. But what is just as important is educating users and ensuring they’re empowered to act on it, said panelists Adam Zoller, Kim Alkire, and Chris Bowen during a recent discussion.
Outside threats may grab the headlines, but attacks that come from within an organization pose perhaps the greatest risk, because “they already have a foot in the door,” said our panelists during a panel on mitigating inside threats. “It’s the insiders you have to be ready for.”
Adam Zoller, chief information security officer at Providence, a California-based health system with 53 hospitals and more than 1,000 clinics, says as much as he’d like to standardize things like employee access and devices management in an organization that large, it’s very hard – because so many exceptions are warranted. Instead, he focuses on identity-centric […]