Tag Archives: cybersecurity

Capital One’s VP of Engineering Discusses Tech Productivity

[ad_1] InformationWeek’s That DOS Won’t Hunt podcast caught up with Marty Andolino, vice president of engineering with Capital One, in a conversation about productivity, burnout, and how his company worked to solve for this. In an era of drastic change, organizations are sorting out hybrid work and a return to office. There are also new questions about… Read More »

Preparing for a Cyber Hurricane

[ad_1] For anyone who’s been working in the insurance industry over the past decade, it’s concerning to see how hardened the market has become, and the new challenges it’s uncovered for cyber managing general agents (MGA) and businesses alike. Cyber hurricane-inducing incidents like Log4j and the Russia and Ukraine conflict have sparked more conversations among… Read More »

Is It Time to Rethink DevSecOps After Major Security Breaches?

[ad_1] Recent high-profile hacks at Rockstar Games and Uber might not stem from DevSecOps issues, but discussions of this aspect of security may be worth having now. One of the goals of applying a DevSecOps approach to software development is to get security onboard sooner rather than later in the cycle. Whether or not that… Read More »

Why Branch Simplicity is Key for Digital Transformation

[ad_1] The world is changing, and manual efforts can’t keep up. Enterprises of all sizes have evolved dramatically as they navigate changes like cloud adoption, the hybrid workforce, and increased security needs. To keep up, enterprises are taking on branch transformation initiatives by adding new branch services. Now IT teams are tasked with deploying and… Read More »

Cybersecurity Just Became a Board Issue for Real

[ad_1] Cybersecurity has been a “hot potato” issue for years. Companies know significant risks exist but don’t have any method to calculate their budgetary priority. The media continues to report massive cybercrime statistics, and board members scratch their heads, wondering what they should focus on concerning cybersecurity. However, the industry hasn’t figured out how strategically… Read More »

SASE Solutions for Hybrid Work

[ad_1] Work is an activity, not a place. With hybrid work here to stay, enterprises everywhere need security as flexible as their workforce, while simultaneously minimizing downtime and delivering exceptional user experiences. This dynamic work environment, combined with significant, sustained cloud adoption, is driving organizations to adopt secure access service edge (SASE). The SASE concept… Read More »

Next Wave of Digital Transformation and Impact on IT

[ad_1] The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of digital technologies in almost every industry sector. Investments in digital transformation, in fact, are projected to surpass $1.8T by the end of 2022, and over $2.8T by 2025. Following are six areas of innovation that are already impacting, or are soon likely to impact, how business… Read More »

CloudSphere on Cybersecurity and Offboarding

[ad_1] What happens to a former employee’s digital access after they have parted ways with a company? Sorting out what clearances they had and then ensuring those rights and privileges are dealt with accordingly is a necessary part of offboarding a departing employee. The worst-case scenario might be a vindictive ex-employee tries to exploit their… Read More »

VC and Analyst Notes from FinovateFall on the Future of Fintech

[ad_1] The FinovateFall conference, held this week in New York City, explored a range of going trends and potential developments in the fintech scene — despite the drubbing the sector faced this summer. A brief visit to the three-day event offered up venture capitalists who discussed where they saw smart investments being made in fintech… Read More »

How to Prepare for new PCI DSS 4.0 Requirements

[ad_1] The upcoming changes to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) will affect every organization that stores, transmits, or processes cardholder data and/or sensitive authentication data. Effective starting in March 2024, the new standard, known as PCI DSS 4.0, spans dozens of changes in areas including risk assessment, how keys and certificates… Read More »