In this exclusive interview from April, the head of RSA Labs* says that keeping up with bad guys is only half the job. Security firms also need to work hard to stay relevant as trends like cloud adoption, containerization, microservices and mobility shift the ground under information security providers.
The success of blockchain technology in securing cryptocurrencies doesn’t make the technology a good fit for securing the Internet of Things, RSA Security Chief Technology Officer Zulfikar Ramzan says. Check out our exclusive conversation with Zully about IoT, blockchain and the state of the information security industry.
Now that the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is upon us…what happens now? In this industry perspective, Steve Schlarman of RSA writes that GDPR compliance isn’t a one time affair – the requirements of the law are likely to be woven into the fabric of how businesses operate inside and outside the EU.
The majority of security professionals expect a major and imminent attack on critical infrastructure in the next several years and blame the largely unsecured Internet of Things (IoT) for the increased risk in the sector, according to a report by IoT security firm Pwnie Express.
With flak still flying in the battle over the privacy of data shared on social networks, consumer advocates are raising a red flag about the data that is being collected and shared using another type of consumer platform: automobiles.