The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency's mission is extensive: to help secure the nation's critical infrastructure from physical and cyber threats, and to create a more secure and resilient infrastructure for the future.
Meet the Department of Homeland Security's newest agency - the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency - that will serve as the pinnacle for national risk management for cyber and physical infrastructure.
Enterprises are struggling to find the right talent to safeguard their networks; therefore, they must change their mindsets and begin recruiting talent from non-traditional backgrounds to ensure they have the "right" person on their SOC team.
As the person in charge of your healthcare organization’s information technology, one of your responsibilities is protecting patients’ and clients’ information. This can be difficult because third-party vendors with whom you contract can unwittingly jeopardize the security of that information. But you can take steps today to help prevent those problems tomorrow.
In March 2017, drivers on a Montreal highway were stuck for more than 12 hours in 15 inches of snow. Because of a lack of coordination and an inability to share information between first responders, various highway authority groups, and the city, more than 300 motorists were stranded in their cars overnight.
Hotels and casinos in Illinois will soon be required to have anti-sexual harassment policies that include, for certain workers, access to a safety button or notification device that alerts security staff.
Compromises of mobile devices can be just as damaging. They have the potential to undermine an organization's customer data, intellectual property and more. How can enterprises take on persistent mobile security threats?
A new study from BELFOR Property Restoration found that despite the U.S. experiencing 14 major natural disasters in 2018 and incurring more than $91 billion in damages, 80 percent of respondents felt they are only moderately, slightly or not at all prepared for disasters.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are being heralded as a way to solve a wide range of problems in different industries and applications, such as reducing street traffic, improving online shopping, making life easier with voice-activated digital assistants, and more.