Without a standardized, consistent code of cybersecurity ethics, professionals throughout the industry struggle to distinguish right from wrong.
Cybersecurity conferences can be expensive and require months of planning and lots of travel, but the security education benefits far outweigh the costs.
This National Cyber Security Awareness Month, security leaders should examine their IT environments with respect to SSAE-16 and ISO 27001 standards.
A new Ponemon Institute study sponsored by software provider Varonis found that information security professionals in Germany are more confident about their threat protection capabilities than their counterparts in the U.S., U.K. and France. The...
Talent acquisition marketing is essential for security teams struggling to deal with the ever-widening worldwide cybersecurity skills gap.
Security leaders must weigh the convenience and speed of in-house pen testing against the cost of maintaining a team to conduct security tests.
Zero percent. As noted by a recent Cybersecurity Ventures report, that’s the new number for cybersecurity unemployment. In fact, there are two available jobs for every qualified candidate, and with 1 million positions still open, companies are...
A new Ponemon study found that IT professionals and end users have different ideas about IT security policy and their organizations' ability to enforce it.
In response to the dearth of women in security, IBM is leading an industrywide push to encourage and enable women to pursue cybersecurity careers.
Despite the shortage of women in security, the barriers to achieving gender equality are coming down as women gain more influence in the industry.