How CISOs can make execs more security-aware

Read Howard Solomon article about how CISOs can make more executives aware of cyber security issues on IT World Canada : Most CISOs know by now that cyber attacks on the executive suite are increasing. Just this week a prankster duped British Home Secretary Amber Rudd (or her office) into replying to an email that looked […]

Five things you need to know about executive protection

Read list five things that companies need to know about CEO, CISO, CSO protection on CSO Online : Protecting executives today is about much more than physically shielding them from danger. The cyber security risks are higher than ever, and organizations need to ensure that the network and data access many high-level executives have doesn’t […]

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 […]

CISOs just can’t keep up with flood of data breaches

More than 80 percent of CISOs reported that some detected data breaches are going unaddressed, and 70 percent said it is difficult to prioritize threats based on business criticality, according to a new survey of 300 chief information security officers from around the world conducted by ServiceNow, an IT vendor whose products and services include […]

Five Key Challenges Facing CSOs Today

Read Ashwin Pal list five key challenges to the CSOs today on CSO Online : 2016 has been a tough year for IT security and the trend seems to be continuing into 2017. We have now become accustomed to groups such as Anonymous that have wreaked havoc on a number of large government and corporate […]

What healthcare CISOs should know

Read Zeljka Zorz’s article about what every healthcare organisation CISO should know on Help Net Security : “Are we more secure today than yesterday?” is the question every healthcare organization needs to asks itself every day. in order to develop a more effective security posture, says Rami Essaid, CEO of Distil Networks. Read her full […]

Why the CIO should care about Cyber Security

Read David Gee’s article about why a CIO should care about cyber security on CSO Online : In the past Information Security and Risk were not in any measure a key focus areas for the CIO. Today there are multiple risks that every business faces and cyber security is now becoming on the radar of the […]

What CISOs Need To Know About The State Of Cybersecurity

Read Alexander Polyakov’s article about what CISOs should know about the state of cyber security on Forbes : Enterprises are under an endless stream of cyberattacks. The sophistication of these attacks is evolving, and the number is not expected to decrease. Any emerging technology — be it mobile devices and related BYOD policies, artificial intelligence […]

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 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 […]