What Security Should Mean to Today’s CIO’s

Read Mike Kail’s article about what cyber security should mean to today’s CIOs on Infosec Magazine : ’Developers are the new kingmakers’, and according to a recent report there will be over one hundred billion new lines of code written this year. Not only will this introduce a massive new crop of vulnerabilities, but it will […]

Yes, the CISO, CIO, and CTO can be friends!

Read why Rebecca Wynn’s article about why CISO, CIO and CTO of a company should be friends on CIO Review : It always has amazed me to see, read, and hear stories of Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) and other executives becoming very concerned that the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) had become a close colleague of […]

Advice for the CIO: On making security an issue for everyone

Read Duncan Hughes advice CIOs about ow to make cyber security a issue for every employee of the company on Enterprise Apps Tech : An organisation’s cybersecurity is only as strong as the weakest link. This is why it is vital there is buy in from staff of all levels and that best practice is […]

How Can CIOs Take Control of App Sprawl?

Read Samuel Greengard’s article about how CIOs can take control of organisation’s app development program on CIO Insight. Digital technology introduces remarkable opportunities, and it can generate huge gains and even transform an enterprise. But somewhere at the intersection of promise and value lies an enormous and growing challenge: managing the growing array of enterprise and […]

Creating the reality of unified risk oversight

Read Steve Lasky’s article about how security executives can work towards creating a unified risk oversight on Security Info Watch : If there was one constant that resonated among those attending the Security Executive Council’s (SEC) two-day Next Generation Security Leader (NGSL) event this week it was that risk is constantly evolving and communication is […]

What C-level leaders need to know about cybersecurity

‘Read why Matt Hamblen says that CEOs, board members need to be aware of cybersecurity  issues and not leave those matters to CIOs on Computer World : Despite the scale and potential harm from cyber-attacks, there’s wide recognition that corporate leaders, especially boards of directors, aren’t taking the necessary actions to defend their companies against such attacks. […]

Internet of Things Security: Not Just a CIO’s Job

CEOs need to know that there are two types of organizations, those that have been hacked, and those that have been hacked, but don’t know it yet. So says Clayton Naidoo, regional sales manager and one of Cisco’s cyber security subject matter experts. Read why Internet of Things security is not just a CIO’s job […]

Internet of Things Security: Not Just a CIO’s Job

CEOs need to know that there are two types of organizations, those that have been hacked, and those that have been hacked, but don’t know it yet. So says Clayton Naidoo, regional sales manager and one of Cisco’s cyber security subject matter experts. Read why Clayton Naidoo of Cisco says that while CIOs know about […]

IT modernization is just the beginning

Read why Frank Baitman says that IT modernization is just the beginning on FCW : Modernizing aging IT systems has always been a goal for agency CIOs, but one that’s often pushed out to an indeterminate time in the future. However, increasing business and security risks mean the federal government can no longer delay system […]

What keeps CIOs & CISOs up at night

Read Jeff Byers’ article about what keeps healthcare CIOs and CISOs up full night on Healthcare Dive : From a cybersecurity perspective, November 2016 wasn’t a good month for the healthcare industry. According to Protenus, there were 58 health data breaches in November, the highest number of such events in 2016. Come to think of […]