In 2010, Mark Zuckerberg famously stated that privacy was no longer a “social norm.” Today, the Facebook founder is no doubt viewing social norms around privacy a bit differently, as are U.S. regulators and consumers.
Increasing a business’ digital competence is a need that’ll never go away; continual transformation is required to be competitive in the market. So much hinges on getting digital right that entire new disciplines and executive roles are springing up, including the Chief Digital Officer and Chief Transformation Officer. Change makes many people uncomfortable, but it’s a necessity.
For enterprises to implement cloud technology successfully, the C-Suite and IT teams need to work closely to coordinate and deliver a wide range of as-a-service technical offerings. How can enterprises increase the relationship between the board and tech teams and help to develop a prosperous, collaborative partnership?
Cybersecurity can be a scary beast for any organization of any size. The stakes are high. The adversaries are sly. The landscape is always shifting.These challenges can be especially significant for small and medium-sized businesses that have limited resources in capital and specialized expertise.
Cybercriminals are moving away from mass-volume, opportunistic ransomware attacks. Instead, they are focusing on enterprises they believe will pay their ransoms. What are some security best practices to protect against ransomware?
Armed with a background in both military and law enforcement experience, Bernard Robinson weaved his way through a variety of roles, including homicide, SWAT, sex crimes and special ops, before a colleague told him he’d be a great leader in the hospitality sector.
A new study from ISC² estimates the current cybersecurity workforce at 2.8 million professionals and estimates that 4.07 professionals will be needed to close the skills gap (4.07 million professionals).