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In CyberSecurity, the A.I. Debate Is “How”, not “If”

Cybersecurity is drowning in today’s ocean of security-relevant data, but a surprising number of security teams have yet to integrate AI technology into their operations centers. By  Mike Armistead, co-founder Respond But we have already reached the tipping point where it is not only possible, but required, to efficiently mix workloads between and machine. The ideal…

Data Games: Phishing as an Endless Quest for Exploitable Data

By Stu Sjouwerman, CEO, KnowBe4 As we have noted in a number of previous posts, the bad guys tend to do the majority of their innovation, for lack of a better term, around the payloads delivered by phishing attacks as opposed to the social engineering schemes used to bamboozle unwitting email recipients into triggering those…

Security in a DevOps World

By Ben Golub, executive chairman and interim CEO, Storj Labs The IT industry has no shortage of buzzwords and fads, and it may seem as if DevOps, Microservices and Containers are nothing but the latest examples. But underneath the hype and hyperbole, IT is undergoing substantial and profound changes. DevOps and associated trends both create…

Augmented reality could help solve the cybersecurity talent gap

By Ron Schlecht, BTB Security The threat of increasing cyberattacks has driven up demand for talented and experienced security professionals. By next year, PwC predicts there will be 1.5 million unfilled job openings. Companies know they need to hire more security experts, but there aren’t enough experienced prospects in the pipeline. To change course, security…

Security Rising: From Business Defender to Digital Enabler

What do you do when everything’s changing? How do you know which certifications to get or what tools to learn? How do you make sure your career stays strong when no one can forecast what security will really look like 10 years from now? Security is highly connected to needs of your business. And, security…

Cyber Reflection: Real-World Events & New Era of Risk

By Kirill Kasavchenko In an increasingly politically and economically volatile landscape, cybercrime has become the new geopolitical tool. Attacks on political websites and critical national infrastructure services are ever more frequent not only due to the ease of launching but also due to desire and capabilities of attackers to impact on real-world events such as election…

Data Protection, Security and Shared Responsibility: What You Need to Know about Amazon Web Services

By Joe Merces So you’ve moved your infrastructure to the Amazon Web Services cloud. What a relief, right? No more worries about the security of your critical applications and data. And disaster recovery should be a (relative) breeze. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. The world was different only 10 years ago. Back then, disaster recovery…

Four Security Questions Healthcare Organizations Must Address When Moving to the Cloud

By Ameesh Divatia, co-founder and CEO, Baffle The healthcare industry is becoming more digitized with organizations seeing the value of shifting operations to the cloud. From patients and providers to insurers and pharmacists, cloud computing can help streamline everything from information storage and patient services to insurance transactions. In a HIMSS Analytics survey of healthcare…

You’ve Been Breached! Now What?

Cooperating with Federal Law Enforcement Agencies Before and After a Cyberattack Can Help Companies Minimize Harm and Legal Exposure By Edward J. McAndrew Many companies that suffer a malicious cyber incident such as a breach hesitate to involve federal law enforcement, fearing an overbearing investigative process, loss of control over the incident response, additional pain…

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