Unisys’ Chief Trust Officer Tom Patterson highlights the key themes, trends, and insights stemming from the World Economic Forum’s Resilience Imperative workshop which focused on adapting to and building resilience against global risks and threats within the financial, transportation, and healthcare industry sectors.
There are three new game-changing security strategies that can deliver on a new approach, that understands security must be effective without being perfect, that it must embrace modern technology like clouds and mobile and IoT, and must support the new business models of integrated supply chains and customer self-service.
One can no longer afford to simply watch unfolding cyber events, usually a step too slow to do more than figure out what just happened. Instead, we need to embrace a new way of defending ourselves – by assuming the bad guys already are inside of our organizations.
Now is the time to rethink old security practices predicated upon keeping everyone out, and then recovering quickly after that fails. Leading executives are starting to look at mitigating strategies as a security best practice.
When a keystroke can kill, a partner website can reveal a billion dollars worth of research, or millions of patient records can be compromised, the stakes are as high as they can get in industry. What are life sciences companies to do?
As our connected cars move from syncing our music to driving us home, drivers, passengers, and pedestrians are starting to wonder if they should trust these high-velocity death-mobiles with their lives. It’s a good question.