On a Scale of 1-10, How Secure Are You?
A colleague of mine – a lawyer whose IQ is stratospheric – confesses to feeling terrified 99% of the time. Now, this is a guy who’s very well read, very savvy, a guy I’ve known for a long time and appears as serene as a summer lake. He snowboards and cycles without a helmet and […]Read More
Customer Trust in a Sharing Economy
Recently, I wrote about key from Cognizant research included in our report, “The Business Value of Trust.” The results were stark: Losing customer trust presents a major existential threat to companies. Not protecting consumers’ personal information and upholding privacy is a fast way to lose it. However, we also learned that when consumers know a […]Read More
Don’t Pass on the Password
We live and work in a cyber world where our physical and logical identities are disjointed and exposed. We don’t know how our logical identity and data are being accessed or by whom. We’re fairly easy targets for those who search for the vulnerable and naïve. According to the Offices of the United States Attorneys, “Cybercrime […]Read More
How Cyber Threat Intelligence Matters to You
Rob McMillan at Gartner defines threat intelligence as: Evidence-based knowledge, including context, mechanisms, indicators, implications and actionable advice, about an existing or emerging menace or hazard to assets that can be used to inform decisions regarding the subject’s response to that menace or hazard. Sounds great, but how do you make it relevant to your organization? […]Read More