A recent Ponemon study revealed a set of habits and practices that the most cyber resilient organizations undertake, such as adopting automation for tasks that don't require human oversight.
The fourth annual "The Cyber Resilience Organization" study found that 23 percent of respondents are now using security automation.
Shared security culture is now critical for organizations to prevent IT burnout and respond to emerging threats. But what does this look like in practice?
To bridge the skills gap, increase efficiency and lighten the load of overwhelmed analysts, it's imperative to encourage knowledge sharing among your security operations center team.
The threat landscape is growing more perilous each day and our white hats need all the help they can get. The problem is that many organizations are struggling to close the cybersecurity skills gap.
With the realization that "we're all in this together," boards want to learn how their organizations are collaborating with the rest of the ecosystem in planning and testing cyber resilience.
Cybersecurity industry leaders should define a new threat intelligence model that is three-dimensional, nonlinear, rooted in elementary number theory and that applies vector calculus.
As we enter the second month of 2019, organizations should make sure their security strategy accounts for emerging trends, such as the erosion of customer trust and the cybersecurity skills gap.
Joining a security community is a great way to get advice and feedback on your incident response plan from like-minded peers.
Researchers discovered a link between four malware families — Ursnif, Emotet, Dridex and BitPaymer — that suggests threat actors may be combining efforts to develop more sophisticated attack vectors.