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2:10

Nutanix debuts Elevate, its simplified partner programme

The programme aims to simplify engagement for Nutanix’s global partner ecosystem.

2:40

Focus on detection, response and remediation

Bad will get in, so focus on detecting it as quickly as possible, says David Walsh, Cofense.

4:40

People will always be the weakest link

The trick is to take people out of the equation as much as possible, says Fortinet's Doros Hadjizenonos.

4:40

Prepare for the ‘crypto break’ before it’s too late

There are several things businesses can start doing right now, says Roger Grimes, KnowBe4.

4:50

Governments must collaborate with allies to fight cyber threats

Government intelligence agencies are shielded from retaliation and prosecution to a certain extent, as attribution is difficult.

4:20

You will be breached, but how will you handle it?

One big mistake organisations often make when it comes to incident response is that they act too quickly, or too rashly.

3:20

Incident response requires getting foundational processes right

In the aftermath of a security incident, there is a very fine line between not communicating enough and communicating too much.

4:00

Three security challenges that need solving

There's a need to unify the physical and cyber domains, says Tormod Ree, CEO of Ava Security.

6:00

Attackers behaviour shaped by systemic factors, not COVID

We may be seeing what’s easy to believe, and missing some of what is really significant in terms of what happened.

2:10
21 Aug

Embedding a security culture is key to data protection

IT performance, user experience, application experience and information security must coexist, says Francois van Deventer, Citrix.

1:50

Balancing customer experience with security and trust

Cyber security leaders must reinvent themselves, says MD of Altron Security.

3:00
Aug 17, 2020

Preventing file-based attacks on critical networks

Don't let a security breach become a catastrophe, urges Oren Dvoskin ahead of Security Summit.

Kirsten Doyle
ITWeb contributor.

Kirsten Doyle is ITWeb contributor.