Cybersecurity

Infosecurity Europe 2019

Posted: 05/31/2019 - 20:46
Infosecurity Europe, Europe's largest information security event, will open its doors from Tuesday 4th to Thursday 6th June 2019 at Olympia, Hammersmith in London, bringing together business, technology and cyber communities to discuss and discover the best way to protect organisations and individuals.
 

Why Going Alone in Cybersecurity is a Non-Starter

Posted: 02/07/2019 - 01:47
Are cybersecurity threats overblown or hyped up? It would be nice if that were the case. Then we’d have one less bucket of things to worry about. 
 
Unfortunately, the headlines are not fiction. Bad actors are stealing data, inflicting pain, and damaging corporate finances and brand reputations every single day. And it appears that they will continue doing so. 
 

Exploring the Capabilities of an Interconnected World with Kazu Gomi

Posted: 12/12/2018 - 10:18

In this episode of the Sourcing Industry Landscape, Dawn Tiura interviews Kazu Gomi. Kazu Gomi, CEO of NTT America, ranks as the 4th largest telecommunication company in the world. We learn the breadth and depth of NTT’s capabilities, from system integration, (they acquired Dell Services a few years ago) and are also one of the largest security companies in North America. 

Software Supply Chain Risk Management: Leveraging Standards to Communicate Expectations

Posted: 10/26/2018 - 00:41
Growing concerns related to dependencies on software-reliant information communications technology (ICT) and Internet of Things (IoT) devices are pushing changes in governance associated with supply chain risk management (SCRM). The possibility of disruption exists because the software that enables critical capabilities is vulnerable and exploitable. Exploit potential is often more about the vulnerability of assets in target organizations than the ingenuity of the attackers.

Time to Worry about your Software Supply Chain?

Posted: 10/09/2018 - 00:07
Software has become crucial to every industry. Yet ensuring the software system you are buying or licensing is authentic and free from defect or malware is a challenge. The QA procedure in old-school manufacturing is to test a random set of newly delivered widgets for their compliance with approved specifications. But you can’t really take the same simple approach with software. 
 

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