Security professionals focused on incident handling and response have the opportunity to learn a lot from security training and certifications.
At InterConnect 2016, the IT team from Stanford University detailed how IBM BigFix helped them lock down data without sacrificing the user experience.
The Hidden Tear ransomware was intended to be educational, but cybercriminals have used it to create malicious, functional malware.
Cybercriminals recently hacked into the University of Virginia's HR department, compromising the sensitive information of 1,400 school employees.
With the start of a new year comes a fresh start for CISOs. Here are some New Year's resolutions that can help security leaders stay on a path to success.
A recent report found that successful phishing emails can be reduced or even stopped completely with security training for employees.
In the technical world, soft skills can often be overlooked. Here are some of the top nontech skills you should be looking for in recruits.
2015 had a lot of cybersecurity challenges, but many of these incidents have set up 2016 to be a year of opportunities for individuals and enterprises.
As the season of reflection and thanks is upon us, we here at Security Intelligence decided to ask what our contributors are thankful for this year.
A new aptitude test could help the U.S. Navy test recruits on their cyber proficiency, helping to close the massive skills gap persisting in the military.