Infosecurity Europe will take London by storm in June, and attendees will have many opportunities to learn about the latest security trends.
Willful ignorance is an unfortunate reality in today's security landscape. Education, training and information sharing are the keys to defeating it.
Attending security conferences gives employees experience and connections that can help both themselves and their employers succeed.
The mandate to broaden security from check boxes of compliance goals to frameworks of risk management controls is causing a consumability crisis.
Security conferences have traditionally focused on the technology side of the industry, but more are beginning to shed light on the people involved.
Security risks and risk management are profoundly changing the philosophies, strategies, approaches and plans of the IT security function.
Recent studies showed that incident response teams are suffering from an overload of security alerts, which are a major drain on the team's resources.
The health care industry has a need to fill many cybersecurity jobs, but entities often lack the resources to find the right candidates.
The alphabet soup that follows the names of security professionals may be their security certifications, which are an indicator of their expertise.
Security professionals focused on incident handling and response have the opportunity to learn a lot from security training and certifications.