If your cybersecurity budget does not include loss of operations, productivity, and revenue during and after a ransomware attack, you need to invest in that ounce of cybersecurity prevention! But, where to start?
There is a high cost to cybersecurity breaches and to privacy non-compliance, and high value to be obtained with effective data privacy and protection. People care about privacy of their data. Security and risk professionals together with data privacy and protection leaders can join forces effectively with common goals. Good things happen to companies that recognize and act on the connections between cybersecurity and…
If you’re responsible for maintaining for your organization’s critical IT data and systems, Privileged Access Management is an essential component in protecting orgs against cyber-attacks, ransomware, malware, phishing, and data leaks.
As interesting and educational as Cybersecurity Awareness Month is, here’s something a bit lighter. The third week's theme is Cybersecurity Career Awareness, and it would be a shame to let that go by without showing that there is opportunity for fun in a cybersecurity career.
When it comes to credit card security, understanding and leveraging the nuances of PCI DSS (the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) takes time and energy. The best time of year to stay up on the latest updates is during the annual PCI SSC Global Community Forum, happening on October 26-28.
While the anniversary of the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) flew under a lot of people’s radar, it was marked by an interesting press release by California’s Attorney General, “First-Year Enforcement Update on the California Consumer Privacy Act.”
One recent CyberRes Grad, Daija Harris, writes that she is more than happy to share her unique experience coming into her cybersecurity role for Cyber Career Week, the week three theme of Cybersecurity Awareness Month.
Lisa Plaggemier, the Interim Executive Director at the National Cyber Security Alliance, joins co-hosts Rob Aragao and Stan Wisseman, in this week’s “Reimagining Cyber” podcast episode, “Cyber – how to get people to care.”