Asia essentially has a bull’s eye painted on it, and economic growth is going to make matters worse, writes Benjamin Cher.
The security industry today faces unprecedented issues of privacy and trust, while technologies like AI and machine learning still need the human touch, RSA president Amit Yoran tells DNA in an interview.
After having slept, drunk and eaten at the recent RSA Conference Asia Pacific and Japan (RSAC APJ) in Singapore, Benjamin Cher gathers his thoughts and comes away with some key takeaways.
While larger organisations are typically thought of as having the resources to mount a more substantive cyber-defence, the results of an RSA survey indicate that size is not a determinant of strong cybersecurity maturity.
Society’s digital interdependence now requires new norms of behaviour, more effective security measures, and greater cooperation, said Art Coviello, executive vice president of EMC Corp and executive chairman of RSA, EMC’s security division.
The Security for Business Innovation Council, comprising top security leaders from Global 1000 enterprises, is advocating technology investment in three key areas and also recommending specific security technologies to better build anticipatory defences.