Laurene Hummer used to answer society's big energy questions. Now she's helping you access your applications more easily as the "mini CEO" of IBM Security's identity and access management offering.
Chief information security officers (CISOs) are looking for ways to set the tone for the year and have more engaged conversations with top leadership regarding cybersecurity risks.
System hardening is more than just creating configuration standards; it involves identifying and tracking assets, drafting a configuration management methodology, and maintaining system parameters.
Social engineering and security awareness training exercises can help business leaders uncover gaps in their incident response plans and identify poor security hygiene among employees.
While many CISOs are tempted to invest in as many new technologies as they can find to fight emerging threats, less is more when it comes to minimizing cybersecurity complexity.
In the information security field, we're always practicing finding vulnerabilities, keeping threats at bay, responding to cybersecurity incidents and minimizing long-term business risks.
Just how well are organizations informing stakeholders about cyber risks? That was the question that EY sought to answer in their recent "Cybersecurity disclosure benchmarking" report.
As businesses rush to adopt emerging technologies such as AI, blockchain and big data, board directors must increase their engagement around cybersecurity risk.
Given the historic data breaches, widespread vulnerabilities and onslaught of data privacy regulations that affected businesses around the world in 2018, security culture is more crucial than ever.
With so many fires to put out every day, it can be tempting to put off less urgent security tasks, exposing the enterprise to preventable risks.