Cyber resilience refers to how well an organization can recover from a cyber incident. Many factors contribute to success with cyber resilience, but any attempt to achieve cyber resilience should prominently feature Privileged Access Management (PAM).
While SPAM email has been flooding our inboxes for many years now, what do we really know about who’s sending them and where they come from? And how is SPAM impacted by the upcoming – and increasing – data privacy and security regulations states are implementing worldwide?
During an earlier interview on the challenges relating to security by design and connected objects (IoT), Julien Patriarca, Professional Services Director at WALLIX and cybersecurity expert for more than a decade, tackled the issue of responsibility with regard to security.
As digital technology and the Internet undergo constant change, users’ habits shift along with them, magnifying as a result their demands for speed and availability on the objects and tools that they use on a daily basis. But, the rush to digitalize everything to make life easier turns the spotlight on the challenges of cybersecurity in digital technology.
Industrial control systems (ICS) are critical to numerous industry operations and have become high-profile targets for cybercriminals who may infiltrate ICS to cause damage to the systems themselves or use the systems to gain access to other parts of a corporate IT infrastructure.