The Cybercrime Revolution

Don't Be Held Up For Ransomware

Introducing CISO Blogs

This Is How All CISOs Should Build a Business Case

 

CISO Perspectives

A Conversation with Endre Walls – Part 2

A Conversation with Endre Walls – Part 2

In part 2 of this interview with Endre Jarraux Walls, EVP and CISO for Customers Bancorp and Customers Bank, Endre explains what CISOs and fire chiefs have in common and shares his views on zero trust. He has sage advice for anyone looking to get into cybersecurity, and for CISOs in their first 90 days on the job to ensure they have another 5,000.

Our Supply Chain Panelists Answer Your Questions

Our Supply Chain Panelists Answer Your Questions

Alan Levine, CISO at Alcoa (retired) and Advisor, Jason Lewkowicz, Global CISO, for Cognizant, Matthew Butkovic, Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University, and Eris Symms, CISO for Arconic Corporation collaborated to answer viewer questions from our latest webinar, “The Race to Secure Your Supply Chain”.
While most questions were addressed during the webinar, moderator Alan Levine subsequently provided additional insight. If you missed this webinar or would like to watch it again, you can view it below.

A Conversation with Endre Walls – Part 1

A Conversation with Endre Walls – Part 1

Endre Jarraux Walls is the Executive Vice President and CISO for Customers Bancorp and Customers Bank. His accolades include: a top 40 under 40 leader in the greater Philadelphia region, a top 10 global CISO, and an American Cyber Awards honoree. He received a BS in Information Technology from Capella University in Minnesota and Accelerated Management Program Certificate from Yale University’s School of Management for Executive Education.

CISOs Aren’t Doing Enough to Mitigate Insider Risk. Are You?

CISOs Aren’t Doing Enough to Mitigate Insider Risk. Are You?

Once employees began working remotely, the insider threat moved outside of the network and into homes. Most insider attacks are unintentional, however, CISOs must prepare for and respond quickly to sabotage. CISOs should aspire to have full visibility and control of who in the organization handles sensitive data like financial information and customer records. By doing so, insider risk is somewhat mitigated. CISOs must also ensure the entire workforce is cyber resilient. It’s not enough for employees to know phishing attacks are threat; they must also know how to defend against them.

A Conversation with Greg Crabb – Part 3

A Conversation with Greg Crabb – Part 3

In our third and final interview with Greg Crabb, the Virtual CISO and former CISO and Vice President for the United States Postal Service, he shares the changes he’s seen in cybersecurity during his career and what’s surprised him the most. Greg also explains the 4 C’s of innovation, what’s kept him active during the pandemic, and which family member plans to follow in his footsteps.

Women in Cyber

A Conversation with Katie Arrington

A Conversation with Katie Arrington

In this interview, Ms. Arrington shares her view from the Pentagon of the pandemic and how the experience mirrors the terrorist attacks on 9/11. She also shares an interesting story about how she got her start in cybersecurity, how FaceTime, telehealth and food delivery apps have become essential services during COVID, and the surprising individuals who inspire her the most.

A Conversation with Theresa Payton

A Conversation with Theresa Payton

In this remarkable interview, Theresa talks about her conversation with “HackerX,” the subject of her recent book, and his role in the 2016 presidential election. She also outlines how organizations can prepare for a deep fake attack, and what 18 to 25-year-olds are getting wrong when it comes to spotting misinformation in the media.

CISO BLOGS

Stagehand: Episode 2

Stagehand: Episode 2

Carl Timmons: CISO of Illuminating Solutions, a data analytics firm, forty-seven years old, never been married. Last Thursday, Carl arrived in San Jose on business. He was picked up by a company car and driven to The Manifeld Hotel. He was last seen leaving the hotel...

read more
The Dark at the Top of the Stairs

The Dark at the Top of the Stairs

Let’s say you need to apply a critical patch across the organization, and the patch requires a reboot. While forcing a reboot to apply a critical patch is important, it creates business disruption that ripples out to your customers. Sooner or later, someone in the...

read more
The Risk of Banking

The Risk of Banking

I just came off a big Zoom call with traditional bankers where they discussed changes in client behaviors, and the impact which new technologies bring, that fundamentally challenge today’s traditional European banking models. At the end of 2019, Boston...

read more
Effective Board Communication for CISOs

Effective Board Communication for CISOs

Know Your Board If you’re a CISO, your Board generally knows who you are and what you do. But do you know who they are? No Board is monolithic. Each Board member brings unique value to the Board. Each is selected for what they add to the Board’s perspective, vision,...

read more

CISO Sillies

Can You Hear Me Now?

Can You Hear Me Now?

Since the global pandemic chased everyone indoors, Zoom web meetings have become the new normal. We will figure this out. Eventually.

Beware The CISO’s Wrath

Beware The CISO’s Wrath

CISOs have a lot of patience. Patience however is a virtue that can be tested from time to time. As the old saying goes, if you’re not a part of the solution…