Cybersecurity professionals securing hybrid work environments can follow these three tips to improve their security posture. While people are the weakest link in any cybersecurity program, they can also be its strongest defense.
Everything as a Service (XaaS) has taken the cybersecurity field by storm, with enterprise organizations outsourcing security and development functions to third parties, including Software as a Service, Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a Service and even Ransomware as a Service. The Deloitte Everything as a Service (XaaS) Study further examines the service model.
Where does the responsibility for code vulnerabilities lie, and how can cybersecurity leaders address these vulnerabilities? Find tools for determining the security of code and mitigating cyber risk in your organization.
When it comes to cyber incident management of third-party risks, enterprise security professionals can follow a simplified task list to cover their bases by answering the questions "who, what, where, when, why and how."
To help mitigate cybersecurity risks to managed service provider customers, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency released a resource, providing a framework that government and private sector organizations outsourcing some level of IT support to MSPs can use to better mitigate against third-party risk.