Security data isn't useful when it's isolated in data silos. Organizations need a simplified ecosystem of integrated security solutions to keep up with the shifting threat landscape.
On this week's SI podcast, hosts Pam Cobb and David Moulton chat with cyber range coach J.C. Vega about his journey from the military to cybersecurity.
The "2019 Ponemon Institute Study on the Cyber Resilient Organization" found that although security leaders are more confident in their cyber resilience, they are still overlooking critical areas.
There is some confusion in cybersecurity as to the difference between penetration testing and red teaming. Since all businesses have vastly different security needs, the distinction is critical.
Good communication, clear expectations and enforced boundaries are all key to the success of your security program.
How do enterprises get started on the road to cyber resilience? According to Dr. Ponemon, it starts with vigilance and visibility.
Before the first round of the Ukraine election in March, we decided that we couldn't afford to sit on our heels until an attack was launched.
Threat actors compromised an account with administrator privileges to infect a manufacturing company with BitPaymer ransomware.
Ensuring organizations adapt while also retaining a high level of digital trust is exactly where the chief information security officer (CISO) can help.
Like the video game industry, security has shifted toward unified platforms, and contextual threat intelligence is the cheat code SOC teams need to defeat the bosses standing in the way of security.