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Cyberbit,announced the Hudson’s Bay Company incident response team as winner of the inaugural International Cyber League (ICL) competition, the America’s Cyber Cup, outperforming nearly 100 Security Operations Center (SOC) and incident response teams over the course of four rounds of simulated cyberattack challenges. Hudson’s Bay Company was declared the winner based on quality of performance, and time to response, achieving the title of Best Cyber Defense Team in the Americas.
The complexities of corporate security call for truly global visibility and situational awareness. To get there, GSOCs should consider adopting a program of threat intelligence and digital risk protection (DRP) to keep digital assets safe.
Siemplify released new research on “The State of Remote Security Operations.” Based on a recent survey of nearly 400 security operations (SecOps) professionals, the report studies how the sudden shift to remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic has affected SecOps analysts’ ability to perform their jobs and the impact on overall security postures.
In the fourth quarter of 2020, Cyberbit surveyed hundreds of Security Operations Center (SOC) Managers, Analysts, and Incident Responders participating in training sessions on their opinions and observances within the current cyber skilling climate. The culminating report reveals how organizations are currently building the human element of their InfoSec organization—shedding light on current practices including job requirements, the recruiting process, current skills levels, training impacts, and integration of industry best practices.
How do we respond to this increased focus on security? One option would be to simply increase the security standards being enforced. Unfortunately, it’s unlikely that this would create substantial improvements. Instead, we should be talking about restructuring security policies. In this post, we’ll examine how security standards look today and 5 ways they can be dramatically improved with new approaches and tooling.
Country-by-country analysis of major and emerging travel security risks
December 28, 2020
G4S published its Asia Emerging Risks report, which provides a comprehensive tactical overview of the preeminent risks impacting 19 of Asia’s top destinations to enable organizations to deploy risk-mitigation strategies to protect their employees and assets, especially during travel.
Publicly available information (PAI) can give your security enterprise actionable data. Often, however, when an enterprise successfully manages the variety, volume and velocity associated with PAI, that intelligence is often processed in silos. Here's how to ensure your organization can overcome the silos and increase situational awareness for the enterprise.
Nearly two-thirds of workers who have been working remotely during the pandemic would like to continue to do so. While working from home, the boundaries between work and life can decrease or disappear altogether, as employees are using their corporate devices for personal use more than ever before. As we enter the holiday season, IT teams can expect this work/life blend to translate into increased online shopping on corporate devices, which in turn exposes the network to additional cybersecurity threats.