Measuring a return on investment (ROI) for security infrastructure is challenging. Most organizations primarily view security investments as a must-have capital expenditure. They know security systems are fundamentally necessary to protect people and assets and keep operations running smoothly. So while these technologies fulfill objectives and successfully help security teams prevent incidents, organizations oftentimes will ask: How can we truly quantify the value of a breach that never occurred?
By embracing the diverse community of hackers and tapping into their passion, you can significantly reduce your company’s risk profile. Keep reading for some tips, insights and best practices for engaging with the hacker community.
It may happen when you are least able to prevent it – when your executive or his family are alone and most vulnerable. Learning what to expect in the hours and days after an abduction will help you avoid becoming a bystander at a time when your leadership is most needed.
Kick off OSAC Week 2018 with a day of high-level education & networking
October 2, 2018
This year's Security 500 Conference, held November 12 in Arlington, VA, kicking off OSAC Week at the State Department, will feature a keynote address from Michael McGarrity, Assistant Director for the Counterterrorism Division of the FBI.
Cisco's Paul Barbosa outlines the key takeaways and surprises from the 2018 SMB Cybersecurity Report
October 1, 2018
More than half of all cyberattacks result in financial damages over $500,000, including lost revenue, customers, opportunities and out-of-pocket costs. That’s enough to put an unprepared small- to mid-sized business out of operation.
There were at least 3,380 threats against K-12 schools recorded in the 2017-18 school year, a 62 percent increase from threats in the 2016-17 school year, according to The Educator’s School Safety Network (ESSN).