We have a range of whitepapers and insight papers discussing key information resilience and cybersecurity challenges.
BSI Digital trust: Supporting the healthcare ecosystem
The changing landscape of digital trust in healthcare
The digital transformation of recent decades has highlighted the criticality of a fully functioning healthcare and pharmaceutical ecosystem, and the importance of employing accelerated technologies to manage and improve patient quality of care inside and outside the clinical setting.
This paper explores the changing landscape of digital trust in healthcare, why cyberattacks are still on the rise, and how BSI can help mitigate your risk of a security breach, and enhance the trust in new technologies creating a strategic enabler for expanded healthcare delivery.
Challenges organizations face ensuring compliance with Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR)
As an organization, it is your responsibility to look after individuals’ data and when data subjects make this request, it is their right to do so.
In this insights paper, we discuss the challenges that organizations face when ensuring compliance with Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR). We explore the impact that the EU and UK General Data Protection Regulations (GDPRs) have had in responding to such requests, for almost 5 years. We also focus on the typical workflows involved and include recommendations and what would now be considered best practices.
Expanding beyond cybersecurity towards societal digital future readiness
In our increasingly connected world, newfound risks, including misinformation, digital deception, and a blurring of the lines between personal and digital safety, are now threatening both organizational societal trust in digital systems and technologies.
In this paper, Mark Brown discusses:
The implications of accelerated digital transformation on both organizations and society
How we are now moving away from the traditional challenges of technology and cyber risk to a more widespread business and operational risk
The challenges of mapping digital supply chains
Building and instilling digital trust is key to ensuring the success and resilience of those operating in the digital sphere moving forward.
Safety and security have always been of paramount importance for aerospace, and the sector has built a good reputation in these areas. However, with the continuing growth, pace and complexity of digitization, comes the potential for significant cybersecurity risks, increasing the likelihood of cybercrime and the inevitability of critical safety and cybersecurity breaches.
Supporting healthcare organizations in building cyber resilience
The COVID-19 pandemic has evidenced the societal criticality of a fully functional healthcare and pharmaceutical ecosystem. Healthcare organizations around the world have experienced the havoc a cyber-attack can cause and the subsequent impact on wider society.
In this paper, Mark Brown provides advice and support to help healthcare organizations to adapt to new threats and improve their cybersecurity posture and resilience.
A guide to PCI DSS compliance in contact and call centres
This paper explores PCI DSS compliance from the perspective of Contact Centres and discusses the typical challenges, thought processes and solutions a business needs to consider when PCI DSS enters the conversation.
Why your organization needs a Cloud security strategy
Why your organization needs a Cloud security strategy and how to adopt one
This paper explores key areas to address in relation to devising a Cloud-first strategy, the main security watch-outs to look out for when migrating to the Cloud and how to establish best practices in using Cloud services securely and efficiently in your organization.
This whitepaper provides an overview of the main threats to healthcare provider organizations, discusses potential mitigating factors and highlights routes to a more robust cybersecurity approach in healthcare.
The cybersecurity paradigm of connected automotive
In this insights paper, BSI addresses how these main changes can translate into new cybersecurity threats and challenges for manufacturers and how ISO/SAE 21434 and BSI E2E connected automotive cybersecurity model can assist in overcoming these.
How long can you continue to ignore this cybersecurity risk?
In recent years, many businesses have heightened their enterprise technology security and technology risk management measures to protect against huge cyber-intrusion and hacking increases. However, enterprise technology is only one side of the business cyber resilience equation. Operational technology (OT)—the manufacturing systems and software that control business processes and the production of goods and services—is the other. The lifeblood of business, OT arguably faces security threats even more grave than classic “enterprise IT.”
Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) - Information resilience in the cloud
Organizations have been migrating from on-premise infrastructure to a cloud environment at a rapid pace. Due to this migration, the network perimeter security has become less secure, pushing security professionals to approach their defence from a different angle.
This whitepaper will help you understand the core principles of Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) architecture and advantages along with Continuous Adaptive Risk and Trust Assessment (CARTA) Framework to help guide your digital transformation journey.
Data breaches are on the rise. According to Cybersecurity Ventures, a data breach occurs every 14 seconds, down from every 40 seconds in 2016 and by 2021 will occur every 11 seconds. To put that into perspective, in one day there are approx. 8000 data breaches and in one week over 55000. So, what should organizations do if they have a data breach?
A well-architected cloud native approach enables enhanced availability, scalability and lower latency. Download our insights paper and understand how cloud-based SASE model allows the rapid elasticity of resources and reducing of cost.
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