Having an incident response team can drastically improve the reaction to a security event, but businesses have to invest in the right areas.
A recently published report describes attack scenarios, the circumstances leading to an incident and the countermeasures that could have prevented it.
Ransomware remains a common attack, and it will continue to be a popular choice for cybercriminals until enterprises improve end user education.
Being a chef and a security professional are more alike than one might think, and the similarities start with using intelligence to improve efficiency.
Organizations can form an effective security program by following a few basic best practices and dedicating themselves to a long-term effort.
In planning for and responding to a data breach, IT experts should work with business continuity teams as part of a cohesive incident response plan.
Lessons learned for incident response from criminals remotely wiping mobile devices seized by U.K. police.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa can teach us lessons in incident response and how to deal with a highly difficult crisis and security breaches.
When crafting your organization's cybersecurity plans, consider hiring an ethical hacker to find the vulnerabilities in your system.
Recap of Bruce Schneier's Black Hat keynote, "The State of Incident Response," covering trends in the cyberworld and how threats should be addressed.