Identity and access governance is not a technology project — it's a business transformation program. Organizationwide buy in is critical.
Many common security practices and widely used tools such as firewalls and IDS fail to adequately address the challenges IT professionals face today.
IT leaders must develop a strong cybersecurity culture to promote awareness and accountability, and to empower employees to learn and develop.
Even the most basic security measures can go a long way toward thwarting cybercrime. Use these simple yet effective security tips to protect your network.
User education and online safety training can be invaluable weapons against cyberthreats, especially for IT teams that are short on resources.
Although remediation and security teams are working toward a common goal, their conflicting priorities, culture and tools often lead to discord.
Disposing of your device securely means wiping old data, deauthorizing account access and finding an ecologically sound home for the old device.
Harnessing shadow IT starts with security leaders. IT and security teams must work together to identify problem areas and provide quality solutions.
IT managers must make security personal to encourage employees in their organizations to adopt better security practices and improve their online hygiene.
It is counterproductive to shame phishing victims because it discourages end users from alerting IT professionals of suspicious emails or activity.