In this podcast, Stephen Ridley talks about his experience as a minority in the security industry, the things that still get his research juices flowing and a preview of his new hardware sensor business project.
In what was billed as his first media briefing outside China in 26 years at the helm of Huawei, company founder and president Ren Zhengfei was interviewed by a small group of New Zealand journalists in the capital Wellington.
Despite the billions of dollars spent annually by government and private industry to protect their networks and critical data assets, the large majority of breaches can be tied directly to human error and/or a breakdown in protocol.
In order to win the war with today’s cybercriminals that are using the same attack vectors on a massive scale, a real-time, automated information platform that pre-empts ongoing attacks is an imperative.
In security, we talk about trade-offs all the time. Recent events have highlighted that whether or not we are doing it consciously, we are making decisions about security versus privacy versus convenience daily.
There is a term currently permeating the security industry that distracts everyone from the larger goals at hand of making networks safer, mitigating threats and protecting critical data. The term is hype.
The challenges of Java-based threats go deeper than your average 0-day vulnerability, and these challenges will likely affect your approach to controlling them. Organizations need to weigh the risk of a technology against the reward for the enterprise.
In this podcast, Greg Hoglund talks to Ryan Naraine about the inner workings of APT attack campaigns, the legal issues around hacking-back against adversaries and why the industry needs to be more aggressive to thwart the theft of intellectual property.