This year's WiCyS conference brought 800 attendees from academia, research, government agencies and industry together March 31 to April 1.
Security professionals who fail to secure their social media accounts create openings for cybercriminals to access more critical, work-related data.
IT professionals must consider the motivations and concerns of senior management when communicating about security issues and refrain from using jargon.
One of the greatest opportunities to see cybersecurity collaboration in action is at the upcoming Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) Conference.
As digital trust diplomats, CISOs must be tactful in their negotiations and should able to influence colleagues and superiors.
Companies and individuals may throw ethics out the window when there's an extra buck to be made. CISOs must learn to nip conflicts of interest in the bud.
The InfoSec World 2017 main conference will feature more than 70 talks and collaborative sessions presented by familiar speakers and new voices.
The recent U.S election put the spotlight on cybersecurity issues — how do companies get back their infosecurity self-esteem?
Many common security practices and widely used tools such as firewalls and IDS fail to adequately address the challenges IT professionals face today.
Although remediation and security teams are working toward a common goal, their conflicting priorities, culture and tools often lead to discord.