A failure of imagination could cause business leaders fail to account for predictable cyber risks due to a misperception of the company's incident response capabilities and cyber resilience posture.
The key to creating a culture of cyber awareness is to start small, set achievable goals and help employees understand how enterprise security affects their own privacy.
Asking the Right Questions: Key Takeaways From the CAQ’s ‘Cybersecurity Risk Management Oversight’ Guidance
The Center for Audit Quality (CAQ)'s "Cybersecurity Risk Management Oversight" guidance outlines key questions that board directors should ask about how the organization addresses risk.
At the RSA Conference 2018, industry leaders gathered to discuss issues surrounding women in security, including the key role of female IT professionals in closing the cybersecurity skills gap.
A new workforce development survey revealed that more than half of organizations struggle to recruit qualified candidates to fill open cybersecurity positions.
As long as C-suite executives believe that cybersecurity is an IT issue, they will remain disengaged from the solutions and their role in supporting a robust cyber risk management strategy.
Employees represent the first line of defense against cyberthreats, and effective security awareness training is more crucial than ever given the volatility and sophistication of the threat landscape.
For many companies, the cybersecurity job outlook is worrisome: How can they fill positions amid the skills shortage? A new study suggested that gamers may offer a way to level up your security team.
To help close the skills gap, IBM supported the launch of TechVets, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping veterans and service leavers transition into cybersecurity careers.
According to a recent survey, less than 30 percent of IT security executives said they would be able to prevent ransomware attacks such as WannaCry and Petya.