The digital revolution has given healthcare organizations new tools to increase team efficiency and improve their customer experience. But it's also opened up new vectors that cybercriminals can use to attack. As your attack surface expands to web infrastructure that you don't own or control, it becomes increasingly difficult to protect your digital assets and your data. You must shift security priorities from prevention to detection and remediation.
Tune in to watch Security Weekly’s Paul Asadoorian and John Strand discuss threat intelligence with Jason Cohen, Threat Intelligence Research Engineer at ThreatConnect. Learn about the shortcomings and misuses of threat intelligence to better understand how it can be used effectively and bring real value to your security operations.
Organizations in today’s market must strike a balance between competitive differentiation and meeting evolving compliance standards-particularly related to software security. They need to obtain faster release and deployment cycles, improved collaboration between business stakeholders and application development and operations teams, and automation tools. DevOps, an innovative organizational and cultural way of organizing development and IT operations work, is addressing this challenge – driven by mounting evidence of its benefits to the business. However reaping these gains requires rethinking application security to deliver more secure code at DevOps speed.
In today’s digital age, many people have at some point wondered whether their online accounts have been compromised or have been part of a large data breach. Like a lot of the issues that make the news on a regular basis, we can become desensitized to cyber risks, but it is imperative, especially for organizations of all sizes, to be vigilant and educate their employees and stakeholders on proper protocols and procedures for minimizing risk. Accounting professionals are in a unique position to address cybersecurity.