As employees increasingly shuttle between the home and office, the new perimeter is not bounded by the network, but by each employee in the organisation – wherever they might be. To stay secure, businesses must move beyond a perimeter security mentality and take steps to strengthen their cybersecurity posture through solutions that incorporate identity and access management (IAM) and governance control. Find out more here.
Cyber security threats are increasing rapidly with the proliferation of new smart devices and apps. What’s more, the most valuable and innovative workers are resisting a return to the corporate office, exacerbating the fraud cyber security situation. At the CLOUDSEC @GovWare keynote, Steven Hoffman of Founders Space shared about the workforce of tomorrow and how human-centric cyber security can protect and educate us in real-life situations. Read about it here.
Nation states are increasingly engaging in sophisticated cyberattacks amid growing global tensions and armed conflicts. Where will this lead, and what is the role of the ongoing pandemic and growing adoption of hybrid work on cybersecurity? At GovWare 2022, four panelists came together to share their insights about the security implications of hybrid work, cyber conflicts, and how countries can get together to shape responsible cyber security behaviours. Read what they have to say here.
With a myriad of cybersecurity offerings and services on the market, how can organisations know which are reliable and secure? Rowland Johnson, President of non-profit CREST International sees accreditation as one of the solutions.
JP Yu, Head of APAC Sales from software provider NetWitness, breaks down the most pressing cyber threats, and why extended detection and response (XDR) is increasingly the choice cyber solution for governments to build up their cybersecurity defences.
Singapore’s central bank, the Monetary Authority of Singapore, has laid out its vision for the next three years. Cybersecurity and trust in financial services will be critical towards achieving the nation-state’s ambitions, says Vincent Loy, Assistant Managing Director, Technology Group, MAS to GovInsider.
Google is one of the most-used site in the world. But how does the tech giant keep its tens of billions of users safe from cyber threats? Michaela Browning, Vice President of Government Affairs and Public Policy in Google Asia Pacific, sheds light on the matter.
Juliette Wilcox CMG, Cyber Security Ambassador for UK Defence and Security Exports, Department for International Trade, United Kingdom, explains how her role as a cybersecurity ambassador can strengthen cybersecurity in the United Kingdom and beyond.
Alan Phua, Head of Cyber Security from Singaporean telecommunications conglomerate Singtel, explains how the single pane of glass can provide visibility over hyperconnected environments and improve the cybersecurity posture of public and private sectors.
As organisations seize the opportunities presented by 5G and embark on digital transformation in today’s climate of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, new vulnerabilities are being created, increasing the risk of cyberattacks. The ability to unify telco and security workflows will be a critical differentiator in the security space. Singtel shares how organisations can strengthen their security posture and transit confidently to embrace new and advanced technologies in the hyperconnected era.
Threat actors are continuously probing for gaps and weaknesses to exploit, while cyber defenders must face down new threat vectors and a rising cadence of attacks. How is the threatscape evolving, and is the role of a Zero Trust strategy today? David Ng, Head, Group Technology Information Security Office, OCBC, and Group Professor Yu Chien Siang, Chief Innovation and Trust Officer, Amaris.AI share their views.
Threat actors are adapting and innovating at a faster pace than ever, driven by the prospect of monetary gains and the pervasiveness of digital systems today. What do future cybersecurity threats look like, and how can organisations better defend themselves against them? We speak to Huang Shao Fei, CISO, SMRT Corporation, and Professor Lam Kwok Yan, at the Nanyang Technology University to find out more.