A pathway for security leaders to finally enforce least privilege

A pathway for security leaders to finally enforce least privilege

Jonathan Sander explains how to automate the process of enforcing least privilege on the files raging on your network

Security leaders need to sprint before getting forced to scramble

Security leaders need to sprint before getting forced to scramble

Udi Mokady shares insights on the changing nature of security threats and how a focused sprint now builds trust and sets the stage for future success

How security leaders can resolve the tension of a mandate without authority

How security leaders can resolve the tension of a mandate without authority

Brandon Hoffman shares insights and experience on how to approach security to get results with less conflict

Shift your perspective on cybercrime to realize how well you’re doing

Shift your perspective on cybercrime to realize how well you’re doing

Absolute numbers often suggest a serious impact that demands attention. When we learn to shift our perspective, however, sometimes we find a far better story than we expected.

Why security leaders need to embrace rapid detection

Why security leaders need to embrace rapid detection

Patrick Dennis shares insights on the changing nature of endpoint protection and the resulting need for rapid detection matched to confident action

Better evaluations are the key for security leaders to get better tools

Better evaluations are the key for security leaders to get better tools

Mike D. Kail explains how security leaders can better evaluate security tools and avoid buying things they don’t need

Security leaders need to stop limiting themselves

Security leaders need to stop limiting themselves

Ed Snodgrass shares his experience in building relationships necessary to get engaged at all levels of the business in a way that improves security

Security leaders that help startups get traction reap the rewards

Security leaders that help startups get traction reap the rewards

Chris Camacho shares his experience helping startups get traction in the enterprise, the benefits it creates for the industry, and how it helps security leaders advance their careers

Why security leaders need to include financial health when assessing security risk

Why security leaders need to include financial health when assessing security risk

James Gellert explains the importance of financial health and what to look for when assessing third parties and partners

Using threat modeling to prove security success

Using threat modeling to prove security success

Archie Agarwal shares experience and insights on how to move threat modeling from a confusing exercise to a powerful tool for security leaders

Do we really need higher education to solve our perceived and actual security needs?

Do we really need higher education to solve our perceived and actual security needs?

John Boling shares the path he took to security leadership and reflects on what we really need to attract and train the workforce to advance security

What the Florida ruling on passwords actually means for security leaders

What the Florida ruling on passwords actually means for security leaders

Shawn Tuma explains the rationale of the case and offers insights on potential implications to prepare security leaders for productive executive updates

Security leaders hindered by lack of automation to respond to incidents

Security leaders hindered by lack of automation to respond to incidents

Vincent Geffray shares insights gained from a new survey assessing the ability of leaders to respond to IT outages and security incidents with suggestions on where to focus for rapid improvement

When your threat intelligence just isn’t producing value you need to pivot

Josh Lefkowitz of Flashpoint shares his experience leading the pivot from threat intelligence to business risk intelligence and explains the enterprise benefit for security leaders

Why security leaders need to embrace the concept of reasonable security now

Why security leaders need to embrace the concept of reasonable security now

Vanessa Henri explains the legal definition of reasonable security and why now is the time to embrace the concept and prepare

The first question security leaders need to ask before a breach happens

The first question security leaders need to ask before a breach happens

Engage people in a dialogue that uncovers what actually matters to learn where and how to improve security before a breach happens

How security leaders need to fix the security industry skills shortage

How security leaders need to fix the security industry skills shortage

Shai Gabay offers some practical steps each security leader can follow to attract and hire the right people to help ease the security industry skills shortage

What security leaders need to do about privileged account blind spots

What security leaders need to do about privileged account blind spots

Jonathan Sander explains why privileged accounts creates a blind spot in traditional Identity and Access Management solutions and what to do about it

A better way for security leaders to handle third party risk

A better way for security leaders to handle third party risk

Patrick Gorman shares the change in mindset needed to improve how we handle and protect the digital supply chain, third-party risk, and security overall

Security leaders need to stop chasing “risk catnip”

Security leaders need to stop chasing “risk catnip”

While it feels good, risk catnip creates problems for security teams. Security leaders can stop chasing risk catnip by asking a simple question.

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