Supply chain security, public health and employee retention ruled the headlines in 2021. Reflecting on the past twelve months, physical security leaders share their insights on where to focus security priorities in 2022.
Dark data — masses of unstructured emails, social media posts, documents, photos and more — has bogged down companies for decades, yet it oftentimes remains overlooked. Extracting and eradicating non-value dark data will help make your organization less exposed to risks and liability in the event of a breach.
The 2021 Data Governance Trends report from Egnyte ranked security leaders' concerns around unchecked data growth, citing the danger of dark data repositories like company email accounts, messaging sites and cloud-based storage.
A CISOs first 90 days on the job provide a window of opportunity for establishing their credibility and earning a vote of confidence from leadership. This requires, among other things, thoroughly assessing a corporation’s organization, technology, governance and the processes it embraces.
New Chief Security Officers who approach the role with a strong focus on understanding organizational culture for the first 90 days are likely to enjoy success. Here, CSOs provide advice on how to start off on the right foot.
The first 90 days of a Chief Security Officer in an organization are critical for his/her success or failure in the new position. Successful individuals will be the ones who establish trusting relationships, learn the organizational culture, and lay the ground foundation for a security program.
In order to remain resilient and meet the emerging priorities around effective supplier management, improved business continuity planning, and increased community engagement, business leaders need to assess and benchmark their performance around three core areas of organizational resilience: operational resilience, supply chain resilience, and information resilience.
As security professionals around the globe are involved in their organization’s COVID-19 response, many security staff are contemplating how to assess their protocols and procedures, as well as what new protocols and procedures to put in place. How can security technologies be a part of the overall COVID-19 response for an enterprise and how can security professionals use technology now that will serve them well in the future with continued enterprise risk mitigation?