Boards play a critical role in helping their organizations build a strong security culture. To stay ahead of threats, boards need to ask the right questions, ensure that security is baked into new business initiatives, and support employees to stay safe online.
As cyberthreats continue to surge, boards also need to...
SentinelOne purchased a boutique consultancy established by two of the world's most famous security minds and launched its own strategic risk analysis and advisory group. SentinelOne will add inaugural CISA Director Chris Krebs and former Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos to its C-suite.
Global demand for qualified cybersecurity professionals has never been greater. Research shows there’s a shortage of nearly 4 million cybersecurity workers compared to the number of roles that need to be filled.
This whitepaper will walk you through some of the common challenges newcomers to cybersecurity face...
Not so long ago, security organizations rallied behind best of breed security solutions. But now, trying to reduce tech debt, rationalize tools and consolidate vendors, there is a push for the platform approach. Cisco's Amilcar Alfaro talks about how to tap into the platform advantage.
Each organization will face critical aspects of managing user-centric security. From alleviating the security burden on users to the role of zero trust in granting access, this eBook will share some actionable insights for achieving a seamless and robust security posture.
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Eric Eddy, principal technical marketing engineer at Cisco, discusses critical aspects of user-centric security. From alleviating the security burden on users to the role of zero trust in granting access, Eric provides actionable insights for achieving a seamless and robust security posture.
A U.S. federal government shutdown would have "immeasurable" damaging effects on the federal government's ability to fight cyberthreats, a top official said Tuesday amid forewarnings that the country should start preparing now for potential cyber interference in the 2024 presidential election.
Cybersecurity experts urged Congress to avoid a government shutdown on Oct. 1 - the start of the new federal fiscal year - telling a House panel that a lapse would damage efforts to keep the nation secure. Congress has yet to approve funding bills necessary to keep most federal agencies operational.
Amid the rapid evolution of cyber threats, staying informed about the latest trends is paramount to protecting your digital assets. Join cybersecurity experts from Coalfire and NowSecure as they delve into the dynamic realm of digital security. Drawing on insights from the recently unveiled 5th annual Coalfire and...
Keeping your organization secure is top of mind. But to compete, the priorities are innovation, growth, and new initiatives. The former can strategically support both of the latter.
In this whitepaper, uncover how:
Prioritizing cybersecurity can transform your business;
Embracing digital transformations, and...
Cisco connected the world; who better to defend it? This is the mindset Carlos Diaz brings to the new Cisco XDR release, which he says is designed to make cybersecurity defenders' lives easier. The message that defenders should draw from this XDR solution, he says, is: "Cisco knows me."
Seed funding for Israeli cybersecurity startups has blossomed despite the economic downturn, and both deal volume and size have strengthened in 2022 as compared to 2021. The indefinite closing of the initial public offering market in spring 2022 caused late-stage investment to fall off a cliff.
The threat landscape continues to deteriorate, and criminals are using new techniques and pulling off devastating attacks. Meanwhile, security leaders are struggling to fill a critical shortage of skilled talent. Rob Clyde shares how ISACA is helping defenders keep up and gain cyber maturity.
Government-imposed rules on incident reporting by organizations impacted by cyberattacks are not new – many sectors have been subjected to them for decades. What is new is that governments are introducing new, more stringent incident reporting rules that will affect a broader set of organizations.