An eleven-day outage, prior to his joining as CIO at the United States Patent and Trademark Office, was the turning point for Jamie Holcombe to not only reset the culture and mindset but also align technology teams with business product teams to optimize the latter for better outcomes and experiences.
The embrace of the open internet as the new corporate network has created challenges around remote access and employee security, says Perimeter 81 CEO Amit Bareket. Perimeter 81 has attempted to simplify securing remote work by bringing ZTNA and SWG together on a single management console.
Netskope has taken on more than $400 million in debt to further develop its SASE platform and expand its go-to-market activities. The convertible notes will allow Netskope to capitalize on being one of the only providers of single-vendor SASE and take advantage of a $36 billion market opportunity.
Four major cloud providers - AWS, Google, Microsoft and Oracle – will participate in a $9 billion U.S. Department of Defense remote computing contract, marking a departure from an earlier winner-take-all approach that ended up in court and slowed the DoD's cloud transformation program for years.
The U.S. Army has embarked on its zero trust journey for both its information and network operations. Army CIO Dr. Raj Iyer shares how the military and the private sector are partnering to secure cloud infrastructure and solidify threat intelligence capabilities to fight adversaries.
While discussing the top cybersecurity predictions for 2022-2023, Richard Addiscott, senior director analyst at Gartner, says a key observation is the attacks on critical infrastructure. He adds, there is a crucial need for a more in-depth view of the security postures around critical infrastructure.
While CISOs and security researchers have been exploring the concepts of zero trust architecture, what is in there for CIOs? John Kindervag, senior vice president of cybersecurity strategy at ON2IT Cybersecurity, discusses this further.