The number of known vulnerabilities has exploded in recent years. With enterprises using more software solutions, open-source, cloud, Internet of Things, and more, it’s no wonder the increase in security flaws has skyrocketed.
No matter what IT field you work in, staying on top of the latest technologies and trends is a must, especially in cybersecurity. Just as a good security plan requires continuous monitoring, a good CISO needs continuous learning. A top-notch security conference can be the most efficient and effective way for CISOs to stay current while networking with peers.
It's been over a year since the Equifax breach made headline news. But I have the feeling that organizations haven't looked at the Equifax breach as a lesson in what is currently wrong with the cybersecurity industry.
The Equifax breach could have happened to any enterprise. If you don’t agree, you may as well stop reading, because you’re not going to agree with anything that follows.
DevOps has revolutionized the pace at which new iterations of applications are released to meet the needs of customers. By nature, security teams are focused on securing company assets and data, which others may see as a roadblock to productivity. The tension between these two groups can sometimes be palpable.
In its 2018 “Global Risks Report,” the World Economic Forum – a prominent international policy think-tank – ranked cyber threats just below extreme weather events and natural disasters.
Figuring out the best way to leverage the cyber risk landscape with growing numbers of vulnerabilities every day is a daunting task, to say the least. Last year, CVE Details, a free database of software vulnerabilities, found a total of 14,712 known vulnerabilities. Indeed, threat analysis and vulnerability remediation can cost organizations up to 320 hours in labor per week.
Fortunately, cyber risk professionals monitoring the threat landscape on social media is at its very best. Today we’re sharing our list of the top 10 cyber risk experts we’re following on Twitter religiously; they are our favorite go-to people in the world of vulnerability remediation and cybersecurity.