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Security Roundtable Article

Cyber Risk: What Questions to Ask – and How to Ask Them

The days are long gone when board members could take a passive approach to cybersecurity. If you sit …
Sean Duca,

Security Roundtable Article

8 Steps to Simplify Cybersecurity

Complexity has become a growing problem for cybersecurity during the past few years. As the threat environment has …
Mario Chiock,

Security Roundtable Article

Treat Cyber Criminals Like You Would a Challenger Brand

In this article, Mark Hughes, President of BT Security, discusses why the industry is now in an arms …
Mark Hughes,

Security Roundtable Article

How Japan Is Aiming to Close the Cybersecurity Skills Gap

With only three years left before the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games in 2020, Japan is facing a shortfall …
Mihoko Matsubara,

Security Roundtable Article

Why Directors Feel Inadequate in Terms of Cybersecurity and What They Can Do About It

Based on a recent survey conducted by the National Association of Corporate Directors, only 19 percent of board …
Rick Howard,

Security Roundtable Article

GDPR/NIS Countdown: How Ready Are Organisations to Get Their Cybersecurity in Order for the Next Decade?

This month marks the start of the 12-month countdown for organisations to be ready to comply with either …
Greg Day,

Security Roundtable Article

Financial Services: Emerging Cybersecurity Threats and Regulations

Traditionally, the financial-services industry (FSI) has been viewed as being more mature than other industries when it comes to planning, preparing for, and preventing cybersecurity incidents. Even for an industry compliant in nascent optional and mandatory cybersecurity regulations, FSI firm must be concerned about cyber-threats that are constantly evolving and shifting, making consistent planning and preparation an ever-present concern. Financial...
Lawrence Chin,

Security Roundtable Article

Financial Services: Emerging Cybersecurity Threats and Regulations

Traditionally, the financial-services industry (FSI) has been viewed as being more mature than other industries when it comes …
Lawrence Chin,

Security Roundtable Article

Three Questions to Ask Your CIO About Public Cloud Security

The public cloud offers unparalleled agility benefits, allowing companies to go from idea to implementation dramatically faster than …
Security Roundtable Staff,

Security Roundtable Article

Deterrence in Cyberspace: A Greater Role for Industry (Part 2)

In my first essay of this series, I described cyberspace as one of the most unique and complex …
John Davis,

Security Roundtable Article

Your Network Has Been Hacked. You Have 72 Hours to Report It.

Multinational corporations are taking steps to more quickly detect and report data breaches, in part to avoid steep …

Security Roundtable Article

How Businesses Should Prepare for Australia’s New Mandatory Data Breach Notification Laws

Australia, like other countries, has not been immune to data breaches in which personal information has been exposed. …
Sean Duca,

Security Roundtable Article

The New Branch Office IT Has to Be Cloud-Savvy and Secure

Following an era of IT centralization, one might think today’s branch office easily accepts everything that comes from …
Security Roundtable Staff,

Security Roundtable Article

Back to the Basics: A Necessary Grind for Online Retailers

If we’ve learned anything from recent security breaches faced by several unfortunate retailers, it’s that often the attacks …
Erin Nealy Cox,

Security Roundtable Article

Addressing the Cybersecurity Skills Gap

Arno Brok explains why investing in cyber training for young employees will help address the cybersecurity skills gap.
Arno Brok,

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How Japan Is Aiming to Close the Cybersecurity Skills Gap Before Tokyo 2020

With only three years left before the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games in 2020, Japan is facing a shortfall of cybersecurity manpower. According to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), the current shortfall of IT professionals to available opportunities is 132,060, which will further increase to 193,010 in 2020. About half of end-user companies believe they are deficient in...
Mihoko Matsubara,

Security Roundtable Article

Threat Intelligence: It Isn’t a Competition

Yesterday, I stepped on a stage in San Francisco with CEOs and leaders from five other cybersecurity companies …
Mark McLaughlin,

Security Roundtable Article

How Countries Like Japan Can Be More Visible in Global Cybersecurity Discussions

I recently had the pleasure of participating in a conference about multilateral security collaboration in Tokyo. The Japanese …
Mihoko Matsubara,

Security Roundtable Article

Cyber Hygiene Series: Data Storage Services

Rinki Sethi,

Security Roundtable Article

Why Women in Cybersecurity Are Important, In Japan and Everywhere

“How many of you here have a computer science degree?” A little over half of the women (and …
Mihoko Matsubara,

Security Roundtable Article

The Emerging Role of the Chief Information Security Officer in the C-Suite

Today, no business executive would disagree with the statement that cybersecurity is a business issue, not just a …
Shinichi Yokohama,

Security Roundtable Article

Business Risk: Focus on Private-Private Partnerships

Ever since the Marsh Commission called for a “Public-Private Partnership” in its 1997 report on critical infrastructure protection, …
Security Roundtable Staff,

Security Roundtable Article

Navigating the Digital Age Guide in Japan – Why Now, Why Japan?

Today, nobody denies the importance of cybersecurity. Yet, we still struggle with identifying needed actions to prevent successful …
Mihoko Matsubara,

Security Roundtable Article

5 Emotional Stages of Preparing for GDPR

I was at a recent IDC security leaders’ dinner where the topic of GDPR came up again, with …
Greg Day,

Security Roundtable Article

Why Women in Cybersecurity Are Important, In Japan and Everywhere

“How many of you here have a computer science degree?” A little over half of the women (and …
Mihoko Matsubara,

Security Roundtable Article

Deterrence in Cyberspace: A Greater Role for Industry (Part One of a Three Part Essay Series)

In early 2017 I participated in a RAND conference that looked at deterrence in cyberspace (among other issues) as it applied to the U.S. – Japan alliance. During this conference I described deterrence in cyberspace as essential, unique and complex.  I argued that due to these characteristics, one cannot simply apply historical models of deterrence, like the nuclear example, to...
John Davis,

Security Roundtable Article

8 Cybersecurity Trends to Watch for 2018

As we stand on the threshold of another year, the war for our cybersecurity rages on. There have …

Security Roundtable Article

Deterrence in Cyberspace: A Greater Role for Industry

In early 2017 I participated in a RAND conference that looked at deterrence in cyberspace (among other issues) …
Security Roundtable Staff,

Security Roundtable Article

How Businesses Should Prepare for Australia’s New Mandatory Data Breach Notification Laws

Australia, like other countries, has not been immune to data breaches in which personal information has been exposed. The much-anticipated Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Bill 2016, whereby organisations will be legally obliged to disclose data breaches, has been passed by the Australian Federal Government, and the laws will come into effect within the next 12 months. The bill applies...
Sean Duca,

Security Roundtable Article

Une entreprise française sur deux vulnérable aux cyberattaques

Qui mieux que les responsables sécurité des systèmes d’information du CESIN (Club des experts de la sécurité de …
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