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Mr. Frymier is the Chief Information Security Officer of Unisys Corporation. He works with functional leaders across Unisys as well as vendors and partners to oversee the development and implementation of effective global information security policies, standards and procedures.
At this year's RSA Conference the Cryptographers' Panel was all but boring. Get a recap of this lively conversation centered on an NSA-sponsored proposal to require “backdoors” or “skeleton keys” to be placed in technology products that feature strong encryption so that law enforcement can perform the digital equivalent of wiretapping.
Posted by: Dave Frymier on May 6th, 2015
Unisys CISO Dave Frymier shares his general impressions and outlines the major themes he observed at last week's RSA Conference.
Posted by: Dave Frymier on April 29th, 2015
Time to FREAK Out?
Attempts by the US government to control the level of encryption in products exported outside the United States by limiting the key length to 512 bits has resulted in one of the peskiest problems in IT – backward compatibility. How do you eliminate a feature, but not break already deployed equipment that expects to use it?
Posted by: Dave Frymier on March 10th, 2015
A recent survey reveals 78 percent of respondents believe that a successful attack on their SCADA/ICS systems is at least somewhat likely within the next 24 months. Find out several things these organizations can do to improve the situation without giving up all the cost savings.
Posted by: Dave Frymier on August 19th, 2014
The 2014 Unisys Security Index survey shows that U.S. consumers have a somewhat blasé attitude toward online security. This might be because businesses and banks are shielding them from losses associated with cyber attacks.
Posted by: Dave Frymier on May 13th, 2014
POS Security Hacks: How to Keep the Bad Guys Out, Sensitive Data In
Financial Industry Insights
Organizations are constantly under attack from hackers and fraudsters. Cyber-attacks are becoming more frequent and sophisticated. In order to protect sensitive corporate and customer data, organizations need to utilize next generation security technology.
Posted by: Dave Frymier on January 24th, 2014
US Consumers Appear to Believe All is Well in Cyberspace. It’s Not!
Disruptive IT Trends
The Unisys Security Index for the first half of 2012 indicates 33% of respondents are “not concerned” about computer security in relation to viruses or unsolicited e-mails. This is up from 18% last year at this time...
Posted by: Dave Frymier on May 15th, 2012