What's needed to make a shift from traditional IAM to CIAM? To start, an organization needs to look at fraud detection solutions and risk-based authentication technologies such as device intelligence and behavioral biometrics, says David Britton of Experian.
Adopting a "security by design" approach and weaving it into the digital transformation road map helps organizations defend against cyberthreats, says Reem AlShammari, CISO at Kuwait Oil Co., who also advocates threat information sharing.
Security operations (SecOps) leaders say they struggle to detect hidden and unknown threats with legacy tools, mitigating the potential threats of dark data, and overcoming resource-intensive issues to stay ahead of cyberthreats. They have to navigate these challenges while dealing with a talent shortage.
An organization has successfully implemented a "zero trust" framework when it can achieve context-aware resolution of a risk, says Dr. Siva Sivasubramanian, CISO of SingTel Optus, an Australian telecommunications firm.
The key components of an effective "zero trust" architecture include multifactor authentication, network segmentation and a defense-in-depth approach, says Dr. Erdal Ozkaya, regional CISO and managing director at Standard Chartered Bank in the United Arab Emirates.
European banks are not ready to meet the Dec. 31 deadline to comply with the PSD2 regulation, which requires strong customer authentication when providing API access to banking platforms, says Dr. Steven J. Murdoch, a principal research fellow at University College of London.
When implementing a cybersecurity risk framework, enterprises should use a structured approach to identity and evaluate and manage the risks posed by increased digital transactions during the pandemic, says Dmitry Chernetsky, global presales expert, Kaspersky-APAC.
Security teams need to respond to new threats by adding new analytic capabilities to their SOC, giving them more insight into potential threats.
They need tools that allow security professionals to automate certain processes so they can focus on the real alerts -- that is, the real threats. It's time to build a...
Your machine data has a record of all of the activity that takes place across your infrastructure. It's become the single most valuable asset in the organization, as the secrets to mission optimization lie within the scores of microtransactions, including the ability to detect, investigate and respond to threats. And...
The "zero trust" model can play a critical role in mitigating emerging threats. That's why Information Security Media Group will host on Aug. 4 a virtual cybersecurity summit for Southeast Asia on applying the model.
Organizations deploying deception technology must make sure to integrate it with other technologies to reap the full benefits of intrusion alerts, says Anuj Tewari, global CISO at IT Services HCL Technologies.
Addressing digital payment security challenges requires having good identity verification capabilities as well as a strong authentication process that's friction-free for consumers, says Singapore-based Gautam Aggarwal, senior vice president and regional chief technology officer, Asia Pacific, at Mastercard.
Staying ahead of advanced cyberthreats is hard. And detecting unknown or hidden threats is even harder.
Outdated solutions struggle to detect risks posed by insider threats, laterally moving malware and compromised accounts, partly because they're not built for today's cyberthreats, but also because the software...
A "zero trust" security model makes it easier to manage application access and protect against malicious users, but the rollout of the model must be managed in a very organized way, says Mani Sundaram, CIO and EVP, Global Services and Support, at Akamai Technologies.