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How chaos engineering can help DevSecOps teams find vulnerabilities

DevOps teams have used chaos engineering concepts to find software bugs for years. Tools are now available to help identify security flaws, too.

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Collective resilience: Why CISOs are embracing a new culture of openness

CISOs are finding value in information sharing among trusted, vetted sources. Here’s how they are maximizing the intelligence gathered from these channels.

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The emotional stages of a data breach: How to deal with panic, anger, and guilt

Intense situations require both the security experts and stakeholders to be calm and focused, but that is easier said than done. This advice can help.

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A 2022 checklist for protecting Microsoft 365 users and data

You have native options to better secure Microsoft 365. Use them effectively and you might save time and money spent on other solutions.

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7 hot cybersecurity trends (and 2 going cold)

Is that security trend hot or not? From tools and technologies to threats and tactics, the numbers don't lie.

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The biggest data breach fines, penalties, and settlements so far

Hacks and data thefts, enabled by weak security, cover-ups or avoidable mistakes have cost these companies a total of nearly $1.3 billion and counting.

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Active Directory security updates: What you need to know

These Active Directory updates address critical privilege bypass and elevation vulnerabilities. Implement them now if you can.

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Exploit chains explained: How and why attackers target multiple vulnerabilities

Here is what you need to know about exploit chain risks, use cases, and mitigation.

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Aligning security strategy with ESG objectives: The next big issue for CISOs

As interest in environmental, social, and governance issues increases among investors, business partners, consumers, and employees, CISOs will need to shape their security and risk strategies to align with the organization’s ESG...

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6 ways hackers hide their tracks

From trusted pentesting tools to LOLBINs, attackers abuse trusted platforms and protocols to evade security controls.

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Lessons learned from 2021 network security events

Rather than predict what 2022 will bring, let's manage the future by implementing the lessons learned from this year's biggest security threats.

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How to detect Log4Shell exposure and exploitation

Software dependencies and third-party products make detecting Log4j exploits tough, but this advice and some specialized tools can help.

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Security priorities for 2022: Advancement, not revolution

Security leaders say their priorities reflect security needs due to recent shifts in their organization’s IT and business environments, a changing threat landscape, and emerging risks.

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How CISOs can drive the security narrative

If you want people to follow proper security practices, they need to understand why. That's best done by telling a good story.

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Your Microsoft network is only as secure as your oldest server

It's time to inventory your network to identify systems to replace or migrate away from.

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Malware variability explained: Changing behavior for stealth and persistence

More malware is designed to be variable, choosing which computers to infect or even the type of attack to execute.

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The worst and most notable ransomware: A quick guide for security pros

The ransomware gangs and their malware listed here have victimized millions of companies and caused billions of dollars in costs.

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Microsoft announces new security, privacy features at Ignite

Microsoft has consolidated some security tools under the Defender brand and added security and privacy features and products. Here's a look at what's new.

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