Print Issue: February 02, 2015
Every enterprise is susceptible to a breach, unless something changes, says Craig Shumard, principal of Shumard and Associates.
Recruiters say that corporations and government need to rethink their defenses to address critical talent shortages, reports Larry Jaffee.
The DHS will gain more control – and federal cybersecurity likely will be improved – when a FISMA update is passed, reports Lee Sustar.
A Chicago-area high school found a solution to broaden its internet pipeline and maintain compliance, reports Greg Masters.
To avoid damage from staff using social media, a radio network made certain its cloud was defended. Greg Masters reports.
How you communicate during an attack is as important as your response, says Ron Green, CISO, MasterCard. Larry Jaffee reports.
Is the time right for national data breach legislation? There are signs that this may be the year, reports Steve Zurier.
It’s important to look at a few other practical takeaways from the headline-grabbing Sony attack.
Threat intelligence is a truly emerging market space.
Streamline your incident plan with clear IT security operational definitions and develop a detailed inventory of every asset within your network, says ViJay Viswanathan, CISO, HD Supply.
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