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Annual Report Shows Increased Maturity in Security Operations

Mar 29 by George V. Hulme

An annual study from enterprise software company Micro Focus has shown progress in the security maturity of organizations, but much more work remains. According to the fifth annual State of Security Operations Report 2018, there has been a 10 percent improvement in organization’s ability to meet security-related business goals. According to the study, about 25 percent of organizations assessed meet those goals.

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Small Gains, Big Wins – When Facing Cyber Threats, a Swift Response Could Save Your Company

Mar 28 by Bogdan Botezatu

Speed is the critical factor in mitigating the damage of a cyber attack, and will remain so for the foreseeable future. This is according to 74 percent of the C–level information security executives who participated in our brand new Small Gains, Big Wins Study, which looks at the cyber security attitudes of 250 CIOs/ CISOs/ CSOs in UK-based companies with 500+ employees.

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Small Gains, Big Wins – Security Threats Cause Sleepless Nights for UK CISOs

Mar 22 by Bogdan Botezatu

Security threats are keeping CISOs awake at night. We have this on good authority: around two thirds (65 percent) of C-level information security executives surveyed admitted to it as part of our brand new Small Gains, Big Wins Study, which looks at the cyber security attitudes of 250 CIOs/ CISOs/ CSOs in UK-based companies with 500+ employees.

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Security – it Shouldn’t Just Be the Jewel in Your Crown, but Your Partners and Suppliers Too

Mar 20 by Graham Cluley

You’re not surprised when a purchase of some earrings, a bracelet, or a diamond necklace hurts you in the pocket.

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UK C-Suite Actively Flaunting InfoSec Rules, Bitdefender ‘Small Gains, Big Wins’ Study Reveals

Mar 19 by Bogdan Botezatu

The individuals charged with running an organisation are actually the most likely to expose it to a major cyber attack, according to information security executives.

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Students to Demonstrate Cybersecurity Skills in Annual Hacker Contest

Mar 16 by George V. Hulme

Over the past few years, considerable attention has been given to the cybersecurity skills gap. In the post Enterprises Continue to Grapple with a Huge Cyber Security Skills Shortage we covered how the global cyber security workforce shortage is on pace to hit 1.8 million by 2022, a 20 percent increase since 2015,  according to the Global Information Security Workforce Study. That study found 68 percent of workers in North America think the workforce gap is due to a lack of qualified personnel.

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 Nearly All Cybersecurity Workers on the Job Hunt

Mar 15 by George V. Hulme

Organizations already facing a tough time finding cybersecurity talent may find additional cybersecurity headwinds this year as the vast majority (84 percent) of cybersecurity workers say they are on the lookout for new job opportunities.

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SEC Updates Guidance On Disclosing Breaches, Warns Against Insider Trading Based on Cyber Risk

Mar 08 by Ericka Chickowski

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) put public companies on warning that they need to get better about how and when they disclose not just breaches but material cyber risks to investors. The instructions were part of an updated guidance on breach disclosure from the SEC meant to protect investors and bring greater clarity to what the regulatory board expects from public companies when it comes to how they handle information security transparency.

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IT Security Pros Neglect Obvious Source of Tips on Fighting Future Threats: The Past

Mar 06 by Filip Truta

An increase in cyber threats and a failure to learn from past incidents place the security of data, infrastructure and assets at risk, according to a new threat landscape report.

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A Key Questions as U.S. Federal Government Agencies Move Further Into the Cloud: How to Manage and Secure Their New Hybrid Environments

Jan 15 by Razvan Muresan

U.S. federal government agencies today are among the biggest users of cloud services. This is a result of years of effort to shift data and workloads to the cloud in order to reduce spending and increase efficiency.

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What are your 2018 cybersecurity intentions?

Jan 10 by George V. Hulme

With another year of too many high profile, and quite frankly avoidable, data breaches under our belts, it’s time to take a look forward and identify areas where you may be able to improve your security program and hopefully become more efficient and reduce risk more effectively.

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Six ways security teams sabotage their own plans

Jan 08 by George V. Hulme

It’s not always the bad guys that sabotage enterprise security efforts, sometimes organizations do that all on their own.

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