Building Cybersecurity Defenses in Wartime

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Business continuity management / disaster recovery, critical infrastructure security, cybercrime

Former CISO David Pollino joins editors to discuss opponents, ‘The Great Resignation’ Anna Delaney (annamadeline) • April 8, 2022. Clockwise, top left: Anna Delaney, David Pollino and Tom Field

In the latest weekly update, David Pollino, a former CISO PNC bank, joins two editors at Information Security Media Group to discuss important cybersecurity issues, including what organizations can do to strengthen their defenses in light of President Biden’s recent call to improve domestic security. cyber security and strengthen national resilience, how we should think differently about our opponents in today’s threat environment and how the “Great Resignation” affects cyber security.

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Panelists – Anna Delaney, director, production; David Pollino, former CISO, PNC Bank; and Tom Field, vice president, editorial – discuss:

Processes that companies can adopt to strengthen their cyber defenses and improve resilience; What does the term “meet your opponent” mean in today’s menacing environment; The impact of the “Big Resignation” on the industry and retention strategies to be considered.

The ISMG Editor Panel is open every week. Don’t miss our previous sequels, including the March 25 issue, which discusses the consequences of the escalation of the war between Russia and Ukraine, and the April 1 issue, which discusses the lessons you can learn from Octa’s response to the violation.

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