For the week of August 8th, InformationWeek took some deep dives into cybersecurity and strategies of cyber enemies, then rounded out with an assessment of the blockchain’s existing importance to the enterprise.
Our protection of this year’s Black Hat conference saw Chris Krebs, former director of the US Cybersecurity and Facilities Security Company, offer a keynote on looming issues of cybersecurity worsening prior to things improve. Part of the trouble stems from the pace of organization pushing items to market quicker while making security a secondary consideration.
Our lineup likewise included an evaluation of emerging techniques of cyber attackers. This Q&A made use of insights from the intelligence neighborhood and observations of the present ransomware landscape, as well as how to ward off a new generation of attackers. This consists of dealing with ransomware as a service. Imagine a group of bad stars basically worked with, potentially by a state or other entity with deep pockets, to release ransomware attacks against their competitors.
In the blockchain progress report, we examine what the blockchain needs to use business these days versus old presumptions. The experts we talked to take into perspective the need for community as it relates to the blockchain and the requirement for brand-new economic chauffeurs beyond NFTs to support this space.
Turning up for the week of August 15, InformationWeek will have features on CIOs turning to the cloud while dealing with analysis of their tech spending plans. We’ll likewise have a column that offers suggestions on how to smooth down some rough edges when making a shift to the cloud.