Caesars Rewards Members are receiving notice of the data breach that occurred more than a month prior. The breach occurred in August 2023, but Caesars did not report it to regulatory officials until September 2023 and is finally notifying victims in
Cybersecurity and Privacy are both necessary for organizations to earn and maintain trust with their partners and customers.
This lively discussion brings together privacy, cybersecurity, and business leadership experts to unravel the benefits, risks,
Has the CRYSTALS-Kyber encryption algorithm, one of 4 quantum resistant methods that NIST has recommended to replace legacy encryption, fallen even before it has been rolled out?
There is news that researchers from the KTH Royal Institute of Technolo
I am looking forward to the upcoming 2022 Silicon Valley CIO Executive Leadership Summit in Mountain View CA on Oct 27th! HMG Strategy always puts on a great event for CIOs, CEOs and CISOs.
I am on a panel, moderated by Mark Egan, with David Hahn, an
Peiter “Mudge” Zatko, head of security at Twitter and now whistleblower, was explicit as he testified to Congress about Twitter Security Flaws. Mudge outright accused Twitter executives of misleading the government, users, and shareholders regarding
I had a great time talking with Min Kyriannis about the dangers of misinformation and how to begin disentangling the online web of lies and half-truths.
Happy Privacy Day to all those privacy professionals out there that work to make our digital world more safe, respectful, and private.
Now more than ever, respecting privacy in our rapidly digitizing world, is important. Over the past many years, pri
Ransomware is a growing scourge. Is it possible to eradicate this entire class of attacks? I think it is but in today’s Cybersecurity Insights interview I have a lively debate with Malcolm Harkins on criminalizing ransomware payments and different ap
Firmware is the little-talked-about component of every digital device and computer system, that possesses tremendous control, and is now being targeted by cyber attackers. In today’s Cybersecurity Insights podcast, I am talking with Scott Scheferma
AI tech is a powerful tool. The original photo (left) was cleaned-up with an AI deep learning algorithm (Image source: from Murilo Gustineli) and restoring tremendous clarity.
The AI researchers outline their progress in their white paper Towards Real
The 2021 Front Lines cybersecurity conference brought together a panel to discuss the challenges faced by the industry with growing security threats and far too cybersecurity professionals to combat them. The “Closing the Cyber Skills Gap” panel feat
Industries must either take security, privacy, and safety seriously or find themselves burdened under the crushing blanket of regulatory oversight.
A recent announcement by the European Commission that the Radio Equipment Directive will be updated to
The Syniverse hack may be the most important data breach of the year!
Hackers had access for 5 years and potentially compromised hundreds of billions of SMS text messages, likely including 2nd Factor Authentication codes that protect logins and are us
Cybersecurity is breaking out from just preventing risk of loss! Forward thinking companies are showing leadership by leveraging cybersecurity capabilities to contribute to market position and profitability opportunities. In today’s video I cover som
The Cybersecurity Vault — Episode 2 — The risks and opportunities of securing data are shifting rapidly for the healthcare industry. Rohit Parchuri who serves as the CISO for Collective Health Security, discuses the rapidly changing challenges in hea
The Cybersecurity Vault, Episode 1 — With the growing influx of sharable personal data and the power it holds in the lives of consumers and companies alike, is it possible to create a digital space that exchanges and protects data while still holdi
In the absence of a federal privacy law, that would establish unified privacy rights of citizens, I applaud Colorado, to the be latest state to enact legislature that protects its residents. States are leading the charge to protect American’s privacy
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