Legacy strategies and point tools are failing to protect. It's time to take a new approach that equips organizations for offensive protection of their networks, software and data against breaches and other threats. This expert-led series explains how.
This article highlights modern security trends for CIOs that weren’t on anybody’s radar as little as five years ago.
How should CIOs and other IT leaders respond to evolving cyber threats? Here are five tips.
Multifactor authentication and employee training help, but given time and opportunity, even less-experienced attackers can break into poorly secured accounts. All it takes is one vulnerable individual to break into an account—or into an entire ....
Going on the offensive with cybersecurity involves taking extra steps to preemptively identify weaknesses before bad actors can take advantage of them.
One of the most effective tools for finding and addressing such vulnerabilities and keeping software secure is the software bill of materials (SBOM).
A UK study has revealed that employee-targeted attacks are the leading cause of avoidable cybersecurity incidents
Preventing risks and breaches through cyber hygiene across endpoints is safer than remediation. And if done well, cyber hygiene can become a lightweight part of the way the company operates.
Protecting data from theft and improper use is now the concern of the entire C-suite, as it’s crucial organizations are aware of the repercussions of data breaches and failure to comply with regulations.
Regulators are demanding more transparency and increased controllability from organizations regarding data and how it’s used. Leading technologies such as artificial intelligence and the cloud and helping companies stay compliant.
Insight into IT risk can be overlooked when it comes to making acquisitions. That’s why acquiring organizations need a rapid, accurate way to map all of the endpoint assets in a target company to manage cyber risk.
Cybersecurity and reliability risks cannot be managed by working in silos. The key to solving complex IT ops problems collaboratively is to build a common engineering approach.
Boards that are well informed about the latest security threats will be best equipped to help protect their organizations and keep business processes running every day.