The only constant is change. The ongoing effects of COVID-19 have taught us that change is inevitable to survive. One major area that has been affected during COVID-19 is how we interact with employees, and what we need those employees to know right n… Continue reading The New Wave of Cybersecurity Awareness Training
The universe is getting smaller, and space cybersecurity is keeping up. On May 30, 2020, nearly a decade after the Space Shuttle program ended, people witnessed a first: a vehicle built as part of a public-private partnership (between SpaceX and NASA) took off into space. This development was transformational because it brought the world one […]
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There is one risk cybersecurity experts often overlook: burnout. We can build on threat detection and incident response capabilities and use cybersecurity risk management frameworks, such as NIST CSF, to improve our overall risk posture all we want without ever looking inward. Because burnout is internal, we may not always see it. But left unmanaged, it can […]
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The cybersecurity industry is facing a shortage of trained and experienced professionals. Schools, universities and organizations are doing amazing things to encourage the next generation to pursue a cybersecurity career. However, there is still a huge cybersecurity talent shortage. With the right training, this can change. It is clear that organizations require cybersecurity training for […]
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National Cybersecurity Awareness month is upon us. And, so is the opportunity to look at what common C-suite misconceptions could be handcuffing security awareness efforts. As we enter the back half of 2020, now is the time to look at myths and highlight their relevancy in this chaotic year. Which myths are in the modern threat landscape? […]
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A security-first culture means conveying cybersecurity needs throughout the enterprise, but it isn’t easy to maintain. Communication can be hard no matter who you’re working with. For many IT teams, the profit-and-loss conversation doesn’t come naturally. But these teams need to communicate with executives in order to get the resources they need to protect the […]
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The importance of security culture can be seen now more than ever. Many of us work remotely; there are app concerns; and the lines between personal and business use of devices and networks are blurred, challenging our cyber resilience. Therefore, despite all the great tools, frameworks and protective measures in place, we need to ensure people […]
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Even the most cyber secure states didn’t score above a C average, which means there’s more work to be done Security and IT managers all over the globe have had to scramble during the last month to rearrange workforces into largely remote o… Continue reading How Cyber Secure Is Your State?
President Donald Trump’s recent Executive Order on America’s Cybersecurity Workforce has created surprisingly little buzz within the cybersecurity training community. This is likely because, as exciting as it is to have the leader of the free world fo… Continue reading Executive Order on America’s Cybersecurity Workforce: From Strategy to Reality
The continuing rise of cybercrime calls for a new breed of fighters. Are teachers prepared to take on the challenge of training the current and future generations of cybersecurity professionals? How can they introduce and engage students in this f… Continue reading Engaging students in cybersecurity: a primer for educators