By proactively determining who is responsible for data risk management before a data breach occurs, C-suite executives can help avoid such incidents in the first place.
For incident response teams, resuming normal operations in the wake of a cyberattack is the name of the game. However, lack of preparation and poor communication can impede recovery efforts.
By avoiding these common data security failures, organizations can protect their valuable assets and steer clear of the next major data breach.
IBM X-Force monitored major data breach trends throughout 2017 and gleaned key insights to help companies avoid headline-grabbing security incidents.
A bill proposed by members of the U.S. Senate would mandate jail time for business leaders who fail to disclose a data breach in a timely manner.
The passive Grasshopper should be more like the Ants, who use IBM Resilient to support their robust and comprehensive incident response plan.
Although data protection is crucial to the success of any business, many employees still circumvent security policies they mistakenly deem superfluous.
In a recent survey, security professional and executives admitted to snooping on enterprise data. How can companies improve network security for business?
In the wake of a data breach, organizations should strive to be as transparent and responsive as possible to rebuild customer trust.
At the Cambridge Cyber Summit, IBM Security General Manager Marc van Zadelhoff offered three pieces of advice to help business prepare for a data breach.