When you’re talking information security among your peers, it sounds like a totally different language than the rest of your organization speaks. This puts infosec professionals in a bind. On the one hand, security vulnerabilities exist throughout the company. Yet you, alone, are carrying the burden of knowing just how serious it can get. That’s why it’s up to you to create an information security communication strategy.
Cybersecurity awareness training is a critical component to your security hygiene. The most effective training programs are offered frequently and use available frameworks, focus points, tools, and tactics to build a culture where cybersecurity is embraced, not avoided or shunned.
Last week the DeMISTIfying Security hosts explored the Zero Trust model. This follow-up segment takes things one step further as security veteran Ed Moyle explains how you can get a jump on kickstarting Zero Trust within your organization.
The only thing worse than having a huge problem is having a huge problem and not realizing it. Believe it or not, many organizations are in the latter boat right now. Specifically, many organizations are undergoing a proliferation of secrets at a scale and scope that eclipses the ability of mechanisms and controls they may have in place to keep them protected.
Emotet is a highly sophisticated malware with a modular architecture, installing its main component first before delivering additional payloads. In this contributed article, Darktrace’s Max Heinemeyer, director of threat hunting, breaks down the threat.
Social engineering is unique in the cybersecurity world as its scope of influence can vary widely on the software, hardware, and even psychological level. In this article, we’ll cover social engineering attacks and help you learn from recent developments in the space.
A CISO’s list of responsibilities are vast. They need to protect, defend, and identify any risks and potential attacks that may hit their company’s environment. However, knowing what needs protection is its own challenge.
Today’s IT playing field implores a higher state of alertness, not only within your enterprise but also outside of it. However, when it comes security, not all vendors are created equal. Some very likely have inferior security hygiene and practices that can affect you big time.
InfoSec Insider SMEs Ed Moyle and Raef Meeuwisse are back, but this time they’re talking fundamentals. If you’re an up-and-coming security warrior, you’ll definitely want to heed this advice from the two infosec experts.
When is it time for your organization to share cybersecurity information with its competitors and how much should you be sharing? We interview two industry experts that provided us with their take on the topic in this featured video interview.