For many companies, vulnerability management still amounts to an ongoing game of whack-a-mole to identify and remediate threats.
Security measures are most effective when built in during the design phase. To achieve this, companies must understand basic facts about IoT security.
During mergers and acquisitions, companies should conduct third-party risk assessments to identify insider threats that might be lurking on the network.
A new open source vulnerability called Devil's Ivy could enable attackers to hijack security camera feeds and block legitimate users from accessing data.
Security leaders must translate their technical expertise into business insights when communicating cyber risks to executives and board directors.
When properly aligned with business goals, compliance and security work in concert as part of a holistic, integrated system.
A well-aligned, orchestrated security awareness program can help IT leaders strengthen the weakest link in any security program: users.
Many IT leaders and executives simply accept security risks as a result of poor decisions based on fear, misinformation and flawed insights.
To make user security training more effective, IT leaders must engage employees with a more creative — and less boring — approach.
According to new research, IT professionals must implement stronger security controls to combat the growing threat of ransomware.