ISMG Editors: Is 2022 the Year of the SBOM?Discussion Also Addresses Worldwide Impact of Log4j Flaw
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including the importance of incident repose planning; the worldwide impact of the Log4j flaw, which may lead to 2022 being the year of the SBOM; and the increasingly blurred line between conventional warfare and cyber operations.
The editors - Tom Field, senior vice president, editorial; Anna Delaney, director, productions; Tony Morbin, executive news editor, EU; and Dan Gunderman, staff writer, news desk - discuss:
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- Highlights from an interview to be broadcast at ISMG's upcoming Financial Services Summit with Rocco Grillo of Alvarez & Marsal about what has changed the most about incident response planning in the past year;
- The confirmation this week by top U.S. cybersecurity leaders that hundreds of millions of devices worldwide are likely affected by the Apache Log4j vulnerabilities, which is making Software Bills of Materials, or SBOMs, a hot topic in 2022;
- Why nation-state attacks must be top of mind for CISOs as concerns rise over Russian cyber interference in Ukraine.
The ISMG Editors' Panel runs weekly. Don't miss our previous installments, including the Dec. 31 edition discussing the top ISMG interviews of 2021 and the Jan. 7 edition discussing the secrets and lies of ransomware operators.