Tag: #3rdParty

Third Party Cyber Risk Management

Overview In this blog article, let us take a look at the current approach to Third Party Cyber Risk Management (TPCRM), what it leaves on the table and what is really desirable. Most organizations today work closely with their business ecosystem which is key for business continuity. This business ecosystem includes but is not limited […]

RSA recently published “20 Predictions for 2020”. These are spot on and interesting. While these predictions cover the complete security landscape, I would like to draw attention to one specific prediction here, “#5 – Security shifts left”. The basic idea with “security shifts left” is to ensure that DevOps teams perform required steps during CI/CD […]

Broken glass

Earlier last month NIST released a draft copy of CyberSecurity White paper titled “Mitigating the risk of Software Vulnerabilities by adopting a Secure Software Development Framework [SSDF]” for comments. The paper highlights how few software development lifecycle [SDLC] models explicitly address software security in detail and it recommends a core set of high-level secure software […]