To improve the company's overall cyber resilience posture, security leaders must promote a culture of cybersecurity awareness from the top down. They can start by debunking these six common myths.
The U.S. Department of Energy's "Cybersecurity Strategy" document contains key principles and processes that can help organizations in all sectors improve their security posture.
Despite increased security awareness training efforts, human error is still responsible for the majority of data breaches today.
The more employees and business leaders are involved with your information security systems, the more long-term buy-in you'll have when it comes to following security policies and best practices.
The U.S. Fire Administration's five key components of a fire safety education program serve as a useful framework for CISOs looking to boost their company's ability to respond to a cyber emergency.
With a little education and a lot of communication, security leaders can steadily reduce employee negligence over time through consistent, comprehensive awareness training.
From high school to higher education, there are countless opportunities for security professionals and organizations to educate young people about a career in cybersecurity.
Although AI is poised to take a much larger role in cybersecurity future trends, this doesn't necessarily mean fewer opportunities for human analysts. In fact, it could mean quite the opposite.
Cybersecurity is still a fresh, growing and evolving industry. Finding the right entry-level cybersecurity job now can help you shape your career in this burgeoning field for years to come.
Real security improvement comes when everyone in the workplace, not just IT and security professionals, is serious about practicing cybersecurity skills and habits.