As we have done in previous years, the Security magazine team compiled our favorite articles from this year. As we head into 2020, we hope you take a moment to review some of 2019’s top articles about lessons learned, thought leadership, security challenges and good practices.
Anxious feelings towards facial recognition can, if unchecked, reach a point where they undermine common sense and our ability to leverage new technologies in the protection of the innocent and prosecution of the guilty.
Events Aimed at Business, Security Executives and the Public
October 18, 2011
Working more closely together, cybersecurity partners from law enforcement and the private sector are increasing their efforts to combat cyber crime, as part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
The attack effectively froze the operations for a number of days, leaving company employees unable to ship product, to cut checks, or even to communicate via email, the U.S. Department of Justice said in court filings. Total cost: $800,000.
You can substitute any threat or compliance challenge, for any industry, and come to the same conclusion. With the advent of IP-based security and the widespread use of non-proprietary servers and storage, solving problems through security is no longer simply the domain of the Security group. Because IT has subject matter expertise, and often holds the budget reins, IT now has a head seat at the table.
Lockheed Martin announced its plans to support the U.S. Cyber Challenge (USCC), an initiative designed to create a pipeline of cyber security professionals from high school through college and beyond. Its unique use of multiple and scalable talent competitions and talent development initiatives enables individuals to develop their skills, gain access to advanced training and achieve recognition with scholarships, internships and jobs.
This month, Security magazine highlights John McClurg, Senior VP and CISO at Blackberry, and the evolving role of the CISO. Also, we highlight Tim McCreight, Acting CSO for the city of Calgary, Alberta, and discuss if civilians can truly Stop the Bleed and how to calculate ROI for better security. Industry leaders discuss public references and their impact on security careers, information security frameworks and convergence trends in 2020.