In light of a regulatory landscape that is becoming more complex and costly, boards need better insight into the organization's risk exposure and its ability to handle cybersecurity risks.
While some organizations have improved their board governance processes on cybersecurity issues, much of the work to drive progress falls on the shoulders of the CISO.
Starting a new job in the CISO role can feel overwhelming. But the time for security to be seen as a key player — and to have a major business impact — has never been better.
While the CISO's role is more important than ever, recent studies have revealed a disconnect between CISOs and business executives and difficulities communicating security risks in business terms.
Security managers and IT teams today often try to tackle everything in-house, even though they don't always have the skills and resources to run an effective security program.
While securing the variety of known devices on your network is hard work, it may feel impossible to manage uninvited guests. Here's how to effectively manage rogue devices.
Take a look at some traits from the famous "Star Wars" characters we've grown to love and explore how those might be applicable to CISOs today.
We know what needs to be done for security and why we need to do it, but we are often missing steps for how to do it. We need real security for real life.
In planning for and responding to a data breach, IT experts should work with business continuity teams as part of a cohesive incident response plan.
Security management teams can benefit from millennial employees if they take steps to attract top talents and retain them with unique benefits.