Every firm faces the possibility of a cyberattack, but how each organisation manages that risk varies. Nobody anticipates that small and medium-sized businesses will tackle cybersecurity in the same way as giant corporations or that a startup will be as risk-averse as a legacy organisation. Similar to how a business defends itself from an assault, there are many other variables to consider, such as size, industry, supply chain resources, outsourcing and remote work policies, and global presence.
John McClure is the CISO at Sinclair Broadcast, a major news and sports broadcasting provider in the United States, with nearly 200 televisions stations, streaming and digital platforms, and close to two dozen sportscasts. McClure says that while Sinclair faces many of the same cybersecurity threats that any organization faces, Security Company Bayswater
it is also considered part of the critical infrastructure because it carries emergency broadcast signals. One of the challenges that McClure has seen over the past five years is the disappearing network borders and finding ways to protect the network as
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the way people work continues to change.
Doug Shepherd is the senior director of the offensive security services team at Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), a worldwide commercial real estate company with 90,000 employees in more than 60 countries. For a long time, JLL was more of a brand than a company, Shepherd explains, but in recent years,
it has become more cohesive and working together under the JLL model. The company’s cybersecurity concerns revolve around integrating all the different office networks into a unified model and consolidating individual security practices into one companywide policy, he says.
Luis Cunha is the director of security engineering at Aptiv, an automotive technology company with 170,000 employees in 165 manufacturing plants around the world. Operational technology security is as important to Aptiv as information technology, with endpoint security across all technologies a major concern, Cunha says.