The security of any IoT product should be seen as a functionality, not an add-on, and treated as an inherent component of any use case. Basic security good practices will vary depending on the usage of the product but should be part of any MVP.
Author: Jean-Christophe Gaillard
Over time, unenforced regulations simply get ignored and become useless. It is likely that things won’t change until the regulators make them change, and they will have to go sooner or later through a harder enforcement line.
Cyber security is becoming a matter of good corporate governance, good ethics, and quite simply – good business.
As every enterprise is becoming more and more data-driven, it is key for the Board to realize that cyber security is becoming a central tenet both of its core business and of its social impact and governance strategies.
It is now becoming crystal clear that cybersecurity – beyond good practice and good ethics – is quite simply good business. As a recent Cisco study made clear, cybersecurity will help fuel (and protect) an estimated $5.3trillion in private sector digital Value at Stake in the next 10 years. This is the kind of numbers boards cannot afford to overlook.
Talent alienation is the biggest issue behind the cybersecurity management skills gap, but it shouldn’t be the case
It is probably the dream of many CISOs to inherit one day such transformational challenge where money is – apparently – no object. In practice, however, it can also be a curse if you fail to deliver.