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SEC Allegations: SolarWinds CISO Aware of Cyber Risks Who Should Fix Vulnerabilities? #podcast

Welcome to our latest video where we unpack the recent SEC allegations surrounding SolarWinds CISO's awareness of cybersecurity risks and vulnerabilities. The SEC claims that despite this awareness, the issues were not adequately addressed. Join us as we delve into the critical question: Is the CISO now responsible for fixing vulnerabilities?

SolarWinds' CISO Under SEC Scrutiny: The Impact On The Infosec Community || Razorthorn Security

Welcome to Razorwire, the podcast where we cut through the noise to bring you incisive discussions on all things cybersecurity. I'm your host, Jim, and in today's episode, we delve into the SEC charges against SolarWinds CISO, a case that has sent shockwaves through the infosec community. In this episode, our guests Iain Pye and Chris Dawson discuss the hype surrounding the trial and its impact on the infosec community and the potential consequences for all Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs). We also explore the uncertainties surrounding the CISO's responsibilities and actions within the organisation regarding addressing security vulnerabilities, as well as the potential implications of the SEC ruling on CISOs' risk aversion and self interest. Lastly, we talk about the dynamics of security compliance certifications and the potential manipulation involved in obtaining them. If you're a cybersecurity professional, join us as we dissect the complexities of CISO responsibilities, the SEC's pursuit of individuals over organisations and the implications of legal actions on the infosec landscape. Tune in for an insightful discussion that will challenge your perspectives and keep you on the cutting-edge of cybersecurity issues.

50% of CISOs will adopt practices focused on human behavior

Today, the human factor still plays a role in most cybersecurity incidents. Human error is involved in 74% of data breaches. It’s essential to shift towards designing human-centric controls that promote and facilitate the use of responsible cybersecurity practices among employees.


CISO Advisory Board Response to The State of Data Security: Securing an Uncertain Future

Rubrik Zero Labs’ recent study accentuated several hard truths we think are important and warrant a response from Rubrik’s CISO Advisory Board. First, let’s confirm what many of us have already discussed: It’s not fun to be a CISO right now. There’s an overwhelming amount of expectation—from the board to business unit owners—to figure out how to grow and use data, but also keep it secure, and figure out what happens when it’s not.

European Security is More Than Regulation: Splunk's 2023 CISO Report

The role of today’s Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) is complex and rapidly changing. 86% say that the role has changed so much since they became a CISO that it’s almost a different job. They are emerging as strategists and leaders who have a louder voice in the boardroom.

CISO Panel Discussion on Application Security

In this CISO panel discussion, join Kiran Belsekar, EVP – CISO & IT governance, Aegon Life, Manoj Srivastava, CISO, Future Generali and Ashish Tandon, Founder and CEO, Indusface. They cover a variety of topics including: Top challenges facing the office of the CISO Alert fatigue and steps to reduce it Top threat vectors faced by the insurance industry in India The rising threat of LLMs API security and best practices to secure APIs Fighting the perception battle and positioning security teams as business enablers Cutting through vendor noise and picking the right tech stack.

The Evolving Role of the CISO and the Language of Resilience with Marene Allison

In this episode of Cyber Security Decoded, Steve Stone, Head of Rubrik Zero Labs, is joined by a former CISO at Johnson & Johnson to discuss the ever-evolving role of the CISO. They discuss what she has learned from the biggest threat intrusions in her career, how the role of the CISO is evolving to adapt to new cyber threats, and what we can tactically do to empower more professionals from different backgrounds to pursue a career in cybersecurity.

How Security Ratings Empower CISOs in an Era of Burnout

When I bring up the topic of security ratings to my CISO colleagues, I typically get one of two reactions. The first half complains about misattribution of issues along with reporting fix times (although accuracy has improved). But the other half understand how to leverage this technology to their benefit to make their jobs easier and their organizations safer. Read below to get under the hood of how to leverage the evolving application of this technology to secure your supply chain.


Justifying Cyber Security Spend: The CISO's Guide to a Data-Driven Budget

‍ The global economic situation is far from encouraging. The IMF’s World Economic Outlook predicts growth will again fall by 3% in 2024 as central banks continue to fight inflation. Businesses throughout all industries are expected to tighten their budgets for the upcoming year, scrutinizing and slashing spending across departments. ‍ At the same time, recent research reveals that the global cost of cyber attacks is expected to reach $10.5 trillion annually.