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.
With over 70 planned talks, InfoSec World 2016 promises to pack a punch in terms of actionable advice and words of wisdom for security professionals.
Having a modus operandi for your security program can help your organization better protect itself from cybercrime and other modern threats.
The strategy map for security leaders lays out ideas about the future of information security and how organizations can get there.
The strategy map covers the people, processes and technologies the information security team needs to achieve its most critical operational capabilities.
How can you build a superstar team to lead your data security initiative? With today's cyber skills shortage, you may have to partner with a MSSP.