Businesses and organisations around the world are all going digital. This is a natural evolution as digitisation brings with it incredible benefits that can increase efficiency and save time. However, such convenience does come at some risk. Cyber crime is a very real threat and many organisations are still not fully prepared to counter this dilemma.
As many might know by now, one of the world’s biggest manufacturer for electronics and electrical products, Mitsubishi Electric revealed that they were hacked, and found out last year in June 2019. Mitsubishi may have compromised personal and corporate data, but confirmed that there was no breach of sensitive data on defence, electric power, railroad, confidential technical data, important client information and other information on critical infrastructure.
Jonathan Knudsen, Senior Security Strategist at Synopsys Software Integrity Group, shares his thoughts on the incident.
The following commentary is attributed to Jonathan Knudsen, Senior Security Strategist at Synopsys Software Integrity Group
As of 2020, essentially every business is a software business in some way, shape, or form. As such, software is critical
Cyber security cannot be effectively managed with a one-time effort, but must be woven into the fabric of each organisation. A comprehensive security initiative includes three related efforts. First, organisations must control the supply chain