With lower budgets and staffing challenges, cities and municipalities must weather a host of difficulties not faced by their corporate brethren. But there are resources out there for local governments.
Will Joe Sullivan’s conviction for obstruction in the reporting of the 2016 Uber privacy breach send a chill through the cybersecurity profession? Sullivan tells CSOs he’s worried it just might.
If you think cybersecurity is recession-proof, think again. The time is now to trim waste and streamline risk management.
If your organization isn’t already moving into the metaverse, it soon will be. Be warned: today’s security protocols and privacy laws may not apply to 3D worlds.
Even the most tech-savvy leaders can use an effective liaison between corporate and cybersecurity—the business information security officer (BISO) bridges communications gaps and acts as a security evangelist and gatekeeper.
Training non-tech savvy users to recognize phishing and other credential-based attacks is essential but expecting employees to man the front lines against intrusions is a mistake, experts say. Harmony between staff psychology and frictionless securit
Establishing a thorough, well-planned in-house strategy for assessing cybersecurity vendors and their products is a hallmark of an organization’s maturity and can avoid hassles, headaches, and unnecessary expense.
Listening and communicating to both the technical and business sides is critical to successfully leading IT teams and business leaders to the same end-goal.