C-suite executives often lack the experience and training required to establish and lead a successful cyberattack defense program.
The cybersecurity leader and CIO must collaboratively address 10 common risk management controls to protect the organization's most sensitive data.
IBM Security Director of strategy and product design Kevin Skapinetz shared 10 cybersecurity lessons he picked up in his decade of experience in IT.
A group of IT leaders from around the world formed the Council of Global City CIOs to promote information sharing when it comes to smart city initiatives.
When it comes to building a secure IT program, the CIO must ask the cybersecurity leader the right questions to devise an effective incident response plan.
Many organizations lack an efficient risk prioritization strategy. A healthy transformation requires cooperation between the CIO and cybersecurity leader.
Company security policies are usually long, convoluted and filled with jargon. This discourages users from reading the all-important fine print.
Instead of pouring resources into total security, professionals should focus on protecting critical IT assets and strengthening their weak spots.
Executives don't always know best. Some mistakes they make include using weak passwords and failing to follow the same rules as IT professionals.
The 10th annual CISO Forum, which was held recently in London, revealed what these security leaders are most concerned about in their organizations.