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IT Compliance

Compliance Is Not Security: Why You Need Cybersecurity Chops In The Boardroom

Cybersecurity is now a topic of discussion in every boardroom. A diligent director takes this risk, and their fiduciary duty around it, seriously. But the risk is complex and technical,

Industry Insights

Fitting cybersecurity frameworks into your security strategy

Whatever an organization’s culture, effective use of a security framework requires understanding business goals and program metrics, and demands leadership communication. The development of new cybersecurity frameworks has increased dramatically

Cloud

Hyperfocused Security for the Cloud

The cloud is the future and the future has arrived. Gartner predicts the worldwide public cloud service market will grow from $182.4 billion in 2018 to $331.2 billion in 2022,

Expert Articles Network Security

How to establish insider threat programmes and conduct investigations

By Josh Lefkowitz – CEO at FlashPoint, Insider threat remains high on the list of issues keeping CISOs awake at night, and for good reason. Unlike external actors, insiders are

Cloud

How businesses can become more nimble and secure by moving to the cloud

Today’s business landscape is more dynamic than ever before. Organizations are being inundated with data, generated by an ever-increasing number of connected devices and systems. According to IDC, volume of

Software

Handle personal data: What we forget is as important as what we remember

This spring, Facebook addressed the issue of permanence across its messaging platforms – from Instagram to Messenger to WhatsApp – with the aim to “set a new standard” for consumers’

IT Compliance

How many adults trust companies with their personal data?

More than one third (36%) of adults aged 16–75 trust companies and organizations with their personal data more since GDPR came into effect one year ago, according to TrustArc. There

IT Compliance

GDPR: Security Pros Believe Non-Compliance is Rife

Most IT security professionals believe GDPR non-compliance is commonplace, as the landmark data protection legislation turns one tomorrow, according to Infosecurity Europe. Over 6400 industry practitioners responded to a Twitter poll

IT Compliance

Data privacy: A hot-button issue for Americans one year after GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect in the European Union a year ago this month. GDPR, which gives EU citizens more control over their personal data by

Identity Theft

Before Blaming Hackers, Check Your Configurations

Improving configuration management in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications can minimize the risk of data loss, phishing campaigns and prevent breaches. How can the IT team put up guardrails for users? Click