CISOs today face an expanding attack surface, increasingly sophisticated threats, and an ongoing cybersecurity skills gap. A broad, integrated, and automated approach to security is needed to secure and protect across the digital infrastructure.
Military veteran James Murphy, director of the TechVets Programme at The Forces Employment Charity, discusses how veterans can fill the cybersecurity skills gap.
Because most ransomware is delivered through phishing, employee education is essential to protecting your organization from these threats.
The perilous state of OT security is apparent as outdated systems and expanding attack surfaces leave industrial environments exposed.
A properly deployed solution protects connections to and from the internet as well as SaaS and private applications.
SOCaaS is an economical option for organizations looking to reduce their risk of cyberattacks and/or the routine (but constant) alert triage effort.
Organizations must establish strong security controls across their entire network, including any cloud infrastructure they use, to maintain agility, meet compliance requirements, and reduce their risk from cyber threats.
A comprehensive strategy is required to detect and prevent cyber incidents, and your employees play a crucial role in this effort.
Overall, many organizations think they’re more prepared than they really are.
The threat landscape is constantly evolving, but often, it’s the same old tricks that pay off.
Employers are struggling to fill open positions due to a shortfall of applicants with the needed qualifications.
Security analysts need more time to focus on higher-level projects as well as participate in training to enhance their skills.
In the fight against ransomware, organizations can and should assess and prioritize their technology, processes, and people.
Creating and maintaining a comprehensive training program increases the likelihood that employees have the necessary insight to identify potential attacks.
While using the cloud has many advantages for businesses, it also brings new difficulties that security teams of all sizes must be aware of and address.
The threat landscape is moving at such an unprecedented pace that even the most well-staffed enterprises are finding it difficult to effectively protect their digital assets.
Fortinet recently surveyed nearly 1,900 IT and cybersecurity decision-makers from around the globe to understand their concerns about and the actions they're taking to enhance cyber awareness among their respective workforces.
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Cybercriminals aren’t slowing down anytime soon, and there’s no silver bullet to mitigate the cybersecurity talent gap.
With continuted mass distribution of wiper malware, proactive organizations are employing tried and true cybersecurity tactics to prepare now as if they will be targeted.