We’re only a few weeks into 2018, but it’s already feeling a lot like last year for security experts. Here's how to determine whether your SMB needs a cybersecurity overhaul in 2018, and how to actually keep your security resolutions throughout the year.
“I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail.” - Abraham Maslow, The Psychology of Science, 1966. But using firewalls to protect against DDoS attacks has its limitations.
Ted Harrington recently ran The Boston Marathon – the oldest, most prestigious, arguably most important marathon in the world. According to Ted, it was by far one of the most fulfilling experiences of his entire life. Throughout the course of preparing for, attempting, and executing this feat, he noticed some striking parallels between running and entrepreneurship. This is his story.
When technology evolves faster than our ability to make sure there's a viable level of safety, how do we educate businesses and the layperson on best practices for IoT security? In this part 2 InfoSec Life article, Phil Agcaoili, CISO, shares his views on the need to raise InfoSec awareness in society while striving for (and embracing) diversity in cybersecurity.
Great advancements have been made in cyber risk insurance since the first policies were introduced nearly two decades ago. Options available in 2017 offer organizations the ability to not only survive a data breach but the resources and finances to swiftly take it head on and win. Cyber threats have evolved but has your approach to insurance?
2016 was an alarming year for tallying increases in data breaches and analyzing the sophistication of cybersecurity attacks and threats. In this Experts Corner, Chuck Brooks pulls together a collection of links highlighting some of the more alarming cybersecurity statistics.
Many SMB employees out there put themselves – and their sensitive data – in harm’s way because they are unaware of the risks and the proper security measures to take. In fact, in many data breach cases, human error is often the culprit.
In the fragmented world of cybersecurity, equipping small businesses for cyber threats and preparing the next generation of infosec professionals will require community-based workforce development.
Movement of data to cloud-based case management, record searching, research, and platforms introduces risk. Legal firms, no matter the size, must see the importance of protecting the sensitive case information of their clients, especially for ongoing cases, against those who wish to threaten their cybersecurity.
We can learn a lot about a vendor by looking at external indicators of compromise. But, are we getting the whole picture or just framing the risk at the moment?