A better security posture doesn’t always mean investing in the latest technology. Whether you’re a CISO or security engineer, the new year is the perfect time to inspect and optimize the tools you already have at your disposal.
With a massive shortage in skilled security resources, it is now more important than ever for all employees to rise up and become defenders of security for their organization.
Read how automation can be a powerful tool for cybersecurity analysts, from helping them improve the time it takes to mitigate threats to focusing on the threats that really matter.
If you are serious about protecting the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your organization's information, you need to assign the right people to the right job and use the right reporting structure.
Cybersecurity Engagement Manager Chris Konrad discusses a 4-step plan to help organizations take control of their security environment and vendor landscape.
Many resolutions for people are personal, but we can’t forget about what we need to do this year to keep our organizations safe. Read about some cybersecurity resolutions we need to make and keep this year.
Vulnerability assessments are often confused with penetration testing and used interchangeably, but they could not be more different. Read about the differences and which is best for your organization.
Chris Konrad, Security Practice Manager at WWT, discusses the typical security issues he sees with many organizations and how to start remediating them with a top ten list.
Incident response tabletop exercises are one of the best things you can do for your organization's cyber health.
Patch management is not an uncommon challenge for organizations. Read about what you need to do to keep your security program healthy and helpful resources to get you started.
Somebody who has to manage an information security (INFOSEC) program these days has more than an enough to deal with. Read about four simple questions every cybersecurity manager should start asking to meet ever-changing compliance and regulatory demands.
Recent studies state hackers and criminal insiders cause the most data breaches. Learn about two easy implementations to lower your breach risk level.
Security breaches can happen to any organization no matter the industry. Here are tips for conducting due diligence and lessening your chances of a breach.
Here are 10 ways you can prepare your healthcare organization for cybersecurity audits, including OCR, State 3 Meaningful Use and more.
Cybersecurity professionals have three choices when it comes to information security and risk management.
Big data initiatives must be carefully architected. Without the right security policies, procedures, standards, guidelines, other IT controls and encryption solutions in place, big data can mean big risks.
Cyber attackers are lurking the Internet in search of information about you for the purposes of identity theft or access to your company's business assets. It’s called social engineering, and there are many techniques.
To have a truly secure company, move beyond the audit checklist and ensure each item is truly integrated into your organizations DNA.
Inspired by a commencement speech, Security Practice Manager Chris Konrad translates life advice to advice organizations should take for bettering their security posture.
Why do you want more if you can’t manage what you currently have?