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How CSOs Can Help CIOs Talk Security to the Board

Most CIOs are not security experts, but in the board room they need to be. Thanks to the CSO, , they don't have to go it alone. Behind the scenes, they can help prepare the CIO, offering advice on how to interpret the company's threat levels, boiling down the most relevant information and communicating it, early and often, so the C-suite will pay attention.

Nov 22 | Read more

Ransom malware attacks underscore limitations of anti-virus software

CryptoLocker, CryptoWall, CryptoDefense, Dirty Decrypt, Critroni, CTB Locker, TorrentLocker, Cryptographic Locker. The first and most famous of those, CryptoLocker, might be gone but still the an army of clones keep coming, getting ever more sophisticated, targeting more file types and storage shares.

Nov 22 | Read more

Private I: It's time to encrypt everything

If we've learned anything from the last few years, it's that given the opportunity to snoop on or scarf up our data or our metadata, criminals, business, and governments have a lot in common. They may have different ends that drive why they want to look at our email and transactions, listen in to phone calls, track with whom we communicate, and follow our location, but it all involves a lack of consent.

Nov 21 | Read more

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