SC Media: 5 Ways vCISOs move the Security Needle
Data has become more valuable than ever and organizations must make protecting it a top priority. According to IBM and the Ponemon Institute, the average data breach now costs American companies $8.19 million. On top of that, the recently-released Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report found that 86 percent of all breaches were financially-motivated.
Forbes:Your VPN May Be Your Greatest Security Risk During COVID-19
Those employees you sent to work from home in March because of the COVID-19 coronavirus are probably still working from home. While some states have relaxed their stay-home orders, most haven’t, and even in those states that have companies are making a slow transition.
Dark Reading: Valak Malware Retasked to Steal Data from US, German Firms
Once considered a loader for other malware, Valak regularly conducts reconnaissance and steals information and credentials, new analysis shows
SDC:Maintaining IT and OT Security to Prevent Supply Chain Disruptions
Interpol issued a warning about the increasing number of cyberattacks targeting key organizations and infrastructure involved in the COVID-19 response. With the enactment of the Defense Production Act, this alert encompasses manufacturing facilities, which...
LAW.com:COVID-19 Fallout Likely Won't Slow Corporate Legal Software Updates
Rolling out software patches in the age of remote working can be challenging for legal departments, but as collaboration platforms become more central to day-to-day operations, staying on top of updates may become critical.
LegalTech News: Small, Mid-sized Firms Take No Frills, Budget-friendly Approach to Remote Work
Caught off guard by the change to remote working, many midsized and small firms are now adopting low-cost solutions to meet the new cybersecurity demands of this new business reality.
LAW.com:With Remote Working, Legal Departments May Be Addressing Cybersecurity on Multiple Fronts
While remote working certainly isn’t a novel phenomenon, the COVID-19 pandemic caused the scale of workers conducting business from home to build sizably, a trend that may not even completely reverse itself once shutdowns have lifted.
HelpNetSecurity: Five Signs a Virtual CISO Makes Sense for Your Organization
As today’s threat landscape continues to feature more sophisticated, well-funded, highly organized and increasingly complex cyber adversaries, defense and remediation strategies have become much more challenging.
SC Magazine: COVID-19 Exposes Gaps in Cybersecurity Safety Net as Millions Work from Home
Apply pressure to any system – and its weakness become apparent. COVID-19 has exerted the necessary pressure to test cybersecurity postures, exposing gaps – some of them yawning, some more subtle – as entire workforces have been ordered to work from home.
Physician's Practice: Preventing Cyberattacks is a Team Effort
Patient data is under attack. In a 2019 study, the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) found that 74 percent of healthcare organizations experienced a significant cybersecurity incident in the previous 12 months.
CyberWork Podcast: Military Jobs, Offensive Security & CTFs
Explore the world of military cybersecurity careers, capture-the-flag (CTF) competitions and offensive security with Ken Jenkins, CTO of By Light’s Cyberspace Operations Vertical. Ken discusses the various jobs he held in the military, conducting computer forensics investigations and some of the best run CTFs being held today.