Listen to Ian Thornton-Trump, CISO of Cyjax, and his talking partner Tristan de Souza as they ruminate on some of the biggest issues in cybersecurity and geopolitics each and every month in this highly informative and entertaining video podcast. This month's episode looks at whether U.S. President Joe Biden has committed sufficient resources to cybersecurity; discusses ‘the Putin problem’; ponders about phishing in a pandemic; and talks about the GameStop blow-up.
When it comes to cybersecurity, companies still have a lot of work to do to find ways to anticipate and avoid data breaches. Let’s take a look at a few of the most notorious cybersecurity attacks that have happened over the last few decades and see what you and your enterprise can learn.
Finding and implementing a cybersecurity risk framework is a challenge every organization faces. Time has shown that this endeavor almost always calls for the heavy lifting to be carried by chief information security officers (CISOs) and their staff. So where do you start?
Waiting for a cyber threat to make an appearance is far too dangerous to an enterprise. To combat this, threat hunting is now an essential component of any cybersecurity strategy. But how does threat hunting work in practice, and how can the approach ensure an organization’s data is kept safe?
A list of new free IT and cybersecurity training and certification courses for the month of November are meant to upskill existing or new cybersecurity professionals as well as arm enterprises with tools to combat a rise in cybersecurity threats and risks.
The Standoff is an online competition where cybersecurity experts can put their skills to the test against professional hackers. That's right - your organization can test its defense skills over a battle for control over digital replicas of real-life IT infrastructure being targeted by real-life hackers.
Transit agencies in the U.S. were surveyed for the research done by Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) at San Jose State University to assess the readiness of agencies to understand, mitigate and respond to cybersecurity threats.
The natural trend in the cybersecurity industry is that spending money means you’re more secure; however, this isn’t always the case. While cybersecurity budgets will continue to increase in 2018, they will be increasingly focused on areas that will be most effective.