Security leaders should consider investing in analysts dedicated to workplace violence prevention and threat assessment for three major reasons: the issue is becoming a greater concern, the subject matter is becoming more complicated, and small programs are becoming bigger.
Throughout his career, Brian Tuskan has been driven by a love of technology, a hardworking reputation and a desire to help others. However, his eye has always been on the Microsoft CSO role. Now, he’s taking his place at the head of the pioneering global security organization.
When Kathleen Hyde talks about cybersecurity leadership, she talks about breadth. “Training is going to teach you the technical skills you need, but employers also want to see somebody who has problem-solving skills, who has good communication skills,” says Hyde, who chairs Cybersecurity Programs at Champlain College Online.
Found at the top of many a list come January are the words “find a new job.” The resolution is a perennial favorite appearing year after year. It generally occupies a highly-ranked slot if it is on the list, but what are your odds of successfully achieving it?
Last month I had the honor to speak at the Security 500 conference in front of a large room of senior security leaders. My own personal take-away from the event is that no matter how long you’ve been in this industry there is always something new to learn.
The year 2018 is coming to a close, and that means many of you may soon consider a move from one employer to another. The question is whether it will be a voluntary change or a shift due to circumstances beyond your control.
There was a time when the corporate security team was responsible for setting the policies for overall security within an organization including digital. Today, those responsibilities are likely to be separated between a Chief Security Officer (CSO) and a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). This brings into play the views, opinions, needs and requirements of both the CSO and the CISO and the potential conflict that may ensue.
ON DEMAND: This presentation will explore nine key cybersecurity habits, and will look at how you can use those habits to focus on changing behaviors in your security training. Join this session to tailor your approach to awareness training and have the greatest impact for all of your employees or customers.
In Security’s February 2019 issue, meet Brian Tuskan, Microsoft's New Security Leader. Learn how he has used technology, his reputation, networking and a desire to help people to become Microsoft’s new CSO. Read about the Next Generation of White Hat Hackers, How to Evaluate Security's Role, and more.