Hiring a CISO is more about finding gaps, committing to new ideas and bringing those ideas to life than it is about finding the right person for the job.
Insights into the psychology of security can help IT professionals get executives and employees on board with security initiatives and best practices.
The next-generation CISO must take charge of board meetings to spread awareness among executives of the crucial link between security and business goals.
This year's WiCyS conference brought 800 attendees from academia, research, government agencies and industry together March 31 to April 1.
Cyber resilience is a full-board issue, not just an IT problem. A new WEF report outlines 10 principles to help boards get on board with resilience efforts
"Take Back Control of Your Cybersecurity Now," the new e-book by Paul Ferrillo and Chris Veltsos, is an invaluable resource for nontechnical professionals.
IT professionals must consider the motivations and concerns of senior management when communicating about security issues and refrain from using jargon.
Given the growing number of compliance requirements and advanced threats security leaders must deal with, CISO complexity is at an all-time high.
When it comes to security, only perfect practice makes perfect. Still, many IT teams rush through the motions in a mad dash to show signs of progress.
Most executives recognize the growing threat posed by cyberattacks, but few are putting the security strategy in place to help keep information safe.