Most Recent Articles by Karen Epper Hoffman
A company usually takes its cues from leaders at the top: What the top executives emphasize will become the organization's imperatives, and what they ignore will typically fall by the wayside.
When chief executives flout security rules, the losses can be higher than usual. What should organizations do to help their leaders stay on track with cybersecurity? Karen Epper Hoffman reports.
A contentious amendment to an international export treaty has been causing an uproar in the security communities.
A contentious amendment to an international export treaty has been causing an uproar in the security communities, reports Karen Epper Hoffman.
Corporate cybersecurity has a problem. And it's not just with high-profile data breaches, lagging technology tools or disparate or older systems that represent points of vulnerability in any security scheme. It's qualified workers. As in, where are they?
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