The Crucial Role of Regulatory Frameworks in Ensuring Robust Cyber Security
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by Editors Desk
3d ago
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) recently turned six! Six years of governing the way in which organisations can use, process, and store personal data for the benefit of individuals privacy.… The post The Crucial Role of Regulatory Frameworks in Ensuring Robust Cyber Security appeared first on Cyber Protection Magazine ..read more
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Do corporations really care about your security?
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by Lou Covey
1w ago
“Your security is important to us,” is a common phrase on corporate websites and emails, usually after some data breach that affects customers. To prove that statement, corporations invest billions of dollars in the cybersecurity industry. Most market projections say the industry is worth about $180 billion. About 15 percent of that market goes to data security. But all the indications are that we are losing the war in personal identity security That leaves is with the question: Do corporations really care about customer security? Probably not US Department of Health and Human Services reporte ..read more
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Why every modern enterprise needs a CISO
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by Richard Starnes
1M ago
Richard Starnes, CISO at Six Degrees, discusses the increasingly pivotal role of today’s CISOs and why, in the face of growing danger from an ever-expanding variety of cyber-attacks, every modern enterprise needs one in place. This content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read. The post Why every modern enterprise needs a CISO appeared first on Cyber Protection Magazine ..read more
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Mining data is daunting but crucial
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by Lou Covey
1M ago
The cybersecurity industry seems addicted to research but isn’t all that good at it. Mining the massive amount of data produced is daunting but crucial to everyone. Surveys and studies are an important part of marketing form the cybersecurity industry. Cyber Protection magazine receives a lot of them. We read them all. In the two months before the RSA Conference, more than one a day came into our inbox. However, they are not a great source of independent data and insight. Ignoring the cherry-picked data highlighting a particular company’s product or service, there are a few nuggets that, taken ..read more
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Mental Health Awareness Week: Cybersecurity’s Hidden Cost
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by Editors Desk
2M ago
Each year, Mental Health Awareness Week offers organisations of all shapes and sizes an opportunity to reflect on the mental health support within their organisation, and do their best to improve upon it.… The post Mental Health Awareness Week: Cybersecurity’s Hidden Cost appeared first on Cyber Protection Magazine ..read more
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Securing the building blocks of an interconnected world
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by Patrick Boch
2M ago
APIs are often overlooked when it comes to securing a company's landscape. We sat down with Andy Grolnick, CEO at Graylog,to discuss the rapidly growing market of API security. This content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read. The post Securing the building blocks of an interconnected world appeared first on Cyber Protection Magazine ..read more
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RSAC Reporter’s Notebook: Change is coming
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by Lou Covey
2M ago
The cybersecurity industry is just absolute chaos, and rightly so.  This is the industry charged with plugging dikes during the Class-5 hurricane that the internet seems to be today.  Nowhere is that chaos more evident than at RSAC just from a marketing perspective. Everyone has “ground-breaking”, “industry-leading”, and “first ever” product offerings and this year was no different.  But if you can look past the Macho-man impersonations, Formula One cars, and the mesmerizing miasma of the website and show floor, you can see an order forming in the chaos. Change is coming. Back t ..read more
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How to stop ransomware in its tracks
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by Editors Desk
2M ago
Even seven years on, the name WannaCry still invokes memories of chaos and disaster amongst anyone in the technology world (and many more outside of it, too).… The post How to stop ransomware in its tracks appeared first on Cyber Protection Magazine ..read more
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Third-party security is almost impossible
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by Lou Covey
2M ago
There are many themes arising for the RSA Conference next week including tools and services to protect against originating with unsecured third parties in the supply chain. That is a crucial issue in every industry especially with almost every company doing business with a supplier in the cloud. But the scope of the problem is almost impossible to resolve. The reasons are myriad. With every Fortune 1000 business and government agency doing business with tens of thousands of third-party suppliers, the odds of finding one chink in the security protocols are very good for the criminals and state ..read more
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The Dynamic Duo – Why Modern Businesses Need the CIO and CISO to Collaborate
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by Javier Dominguez
3M ago
For any cybersecurity or data protection strategy to succeed, organisations need to rely on strong internal collaboration and communication processes. In particular, the CIO/CISO dynamic can have a significant impact on both short- and long-term decision making, from strategic investment decisions to leading the response to security incidents. This content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read. The post The Dynamic Duo – Why Modern Businesses Need the CIO and CISO to Collaborate appeared first on Cyber Protection Magazine ..read more
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