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Former U.S. government cyber-czar says cyberwar is a huge security threat but it can be combatted

Companies need to embed cybersecurity into the DNA of their organizations to combat potentially disastrous cyber threats by state actors and individuals. This is the message that Richard Clarke, former National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection and Counter-Terrorism for the United States, gave cybersecurity executives at CISOs Connect San Diego 2019. Clarke told CISOs attending the conference about the chilling…

The Obsolescence of Passwords

Passwords as a means of authentication have been around for a long time. Their existence is based on the fundamental premise that it is only the consumer or user who has the secret. And in these past 60 years, passwords have served us well. But the premise is becoming less and less true. These days,…

Security status unknown

Do CEOs and Boards have any idea what the company’s cybersecurity status is? Cybersecurity and privacy compliance should be a top priority of the Board of Directors and senior management of any publicly traded company, right? Not so fast, kemo sabe. The problem is, everyone thinks that their problems, their issues, their topics should be…

A seat at the table

I’m sometimes asked if I ever experienced difficulties being a woman in the male-dominated cybersecurity field. My answer: “I could write a book on it!” I remember very clearly an incident that took place in a former role when, as a cybersecurity professional, I had to deliver a presentation to a group of men at…

What would the enemy do?

To better train and prepare their company’s employees for cyber attacks, CISOs need to put themselves in the attackers’ shoes to anticipate their motives, means and actions. In a KnowBe4 webinar last week, hacker turned pentesting professional Kevin Mitnick talked about real-life cases of human vulnerability that threat actors could exploit for their benefit and…