Latest Security News from RSAC 2020February 26 2020
RSA CONFERENCE 2020 – San Francisco – Kelly Jackson Higgins, Sara Peters, Kelly Sheridan, and Curt Franklin offer news and analysis of keynote presentations, press conferences, and interviews with speakers and attendees. Content is updated regularly.
Google Adds More Security Features Via Chronicle Division 2/25/2020
Order out of chaos? The saga of Chronicle continues with new security features for the Google Cloud Platform.
Wendy Nather on How to Make Security ‘Democratization’ a Reality 2/25/2020
Ahead of her keynote at the RSA Conference, Cisco’s head of advisory CISOs outlines to Dark Reading a unique paradigm that asks security teams to stop fighting their users — and start sharing control with them.
Wanted: Hands-On Cybersecurity Experience 2/25/2020
Organizations lament a lack of qualified job candidates as they continue to struggle to hire and retain security teams, the new ISACA State of Cybersecurity 2020 report shows.
Verizon: Attacks on Mobile Devices Rise 2/25/2020
Companies of all sizes are being hit by mobile attacks and feeling the effects for extended periods of time, according to the 2020 Verizon Mobile Security Index.
Security, Networking Collaboration Cuts Breach Cost 2/24/2020
CISOs report increases in alert fatigue and the number of records breached, as well as the struggle to secure mobile devices in a new Cisco study.
Enterprise Cloud Use Continues to Outpace Security 2/24/2020
Nearly 60% of IT and security pros say deployment of business services in the cloud has rushed past their ability to secure them.
Zero-Factor Authentication: Owning Our Data 2/19/2020
Are you asking the right questions to determine how well your vendors will protect your data? Probably not.
RSAC Sets Finalists for Innovation Sandbox 2/6/2020
The 10 finalists will each have three minutes to make their case for being the most innovative, promising young security company of the year.
Vixie: The Unintended Consequences of Internet Privacy Efforts 2/5/2020
Paul Vixie says emerging encryption protocols for endpoints could “break” security in enterprise – and even home – networks.
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