CYBERSECURITYTALKS – PART 3

We see new technologies around the Blockchain arising in Fintech, new requirements for Open banking, Shipping industry becoming, connected cars, etc. world is changing. What does it mean for Cybersecurity strategies? Johannes Drooghaag https://www.linkedin.com/in/johannesd… Fredrik Olsson (NTT Security) https://www.linkedin.com/in/fredrik-o… Kai Grunwitz (NTT Security) https://www.linkedin.com/in/kaigrunwitz/ Stefaan Hinderyckx (Dimension Data) https://www.linkedin.com/in/hinderyckx/

Embracing the Charter of Trust

The Charter of Trust, an initiative of Siemens AG, was introduced during the 2018 Munich Security Conference and offers baseline standards for Cyber Security. The Charter of Trust recognizes that the digitalization of our society, factories and infrastructure must evolve hand in hand with Cyber Security. As the network of partners committing to the Charter

Back to the Future Cyber Security – Chapter 5, Episode 2: Access denied

Thumbs up when Cyber Security is done the right way! When Cyber Security is done the right way, we see a combination of a team taking their responsibilities serious, and a team which is using technology as part of the solution and not as goal. That is the only way to do the right things

Back to the Future Cyber Security – Chapter 5, Episode 1: PS phone home

There are plenty examples of where Cyber Security failed and how expensive that could be. It is good that we point out these problems, especially when they could have been prevented. And there is another reason to expose Cyber Security issues and hacks. As a recent poll among Twitter users shows, trust in organizations and

Cyber Security – Community polls

Experts inform us about the latest developments in the field of Cyber Security and where these developments might lead to, or not. Of course it is very interesting to follow these updates and opinions on the various channels but it is just as interesting to ask the community what they think is important Cyber Security wise. And what better platform to do so than using Twitter polls?

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