Reaction time in cyber defense has become critical, and enterprises need help. This talk provides background to my new ‘Speed Kills’ article and podcast, and uses the circuit breakers in our homes to demonstrate that it’s high time we install them in our enterprises as well. Enjoy!
How much time do you have between detection and disaster? That answer used to be measured in days and hours, but reaction time for a cyber attack is now down to seconds, and traditional security technologies and processes are not built to react that quickly. In this episode, Chief Trust Officer Tom Patterson examines why reaction time is critical when dealing with a cyber incident.
With security perimeters being breached on a regular basis, what can you really trust in your IT environment and how can you protect your critical assets? In this episode, Andrew Peters, Industry Director for Stealth at Unisys, explains the concept of Zero Trust, and why it is quickly becoming the de facto security posture for organizations around the world.
As enterprises around the globe grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, they are keeping their employees safe by letting them work from home. In this episode, Unisys Chief Information Security Officer Mat Newfield discusses the cybersecurity concerns organizations are facing in this new reality, as they look to quickly expand capacity and extend access for large populations of remote workers.
We live in unprecedented times. People and organizations across the globe are grappling to contain the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We all have to do our part to slow its spread. For most of us, that means staying at home and keeping a six-foot physical distance from one another.
Ransomware is a modern day scourge for companies and governments alike, as it's quickly become one of the most prevalent and damaging types of cyber attacks. In this episode, Unisys Chief Cybersecurity Strategist Jack Koons discusses the various forms of ransomware and how microsegmentation can help organizations quickly and effectively defeat these attacks.