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April 17, 2019

Enterprise Security Mag Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
Invasive attacks can only be possible if the chip surface is exposed to the attackers. Attackers can manipulate chip physically to extract vital information stored in the chip.
The increasing reliance on technology is making it more and more essential to secure every aspect of online data. As the internet evolves and the network grows in size, data integrity remains a concern for businesses.
Modern lifestyle is creating information glut. Brands are fetching customer data from all possible sources to deliver a personalized experience to each of its customers.
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CIO Viewpoint
Whitney Kellett, CIO, Aqua America [NYSE:WTR]
At the heart of all technology based decisions is the need to manage and protect company assets.
Paige Adams, Group CISO, Zurich Insurance Group
As a company with long standing European roots, we believe apprenticeships are a vital and often underused tool to attract and train fresh talent.
CXO Insights
By Mike Fucci, Chairman of the Board, Deloitte
Chief digital officer, chief data officer and chief automation officer are just a few of the emerging titles that are more common in today’s marketplace.
By Joel White, CPA, CGMA, CISA, CIA, CFE, Senior Director – Internal Audit, Risk & Compliance, Association of International Certified Professional Accountants
A strong cybersecurity risk management program will prevent attacks from taking place, detect attacks sooner, help respond to and recover from attacks more quickly, and will go a long way in describing what exactly it is that you do.