The relationship between the CIO and CSO (or CISO) can be fraught with tension - and that can be a good thing. Both executives play a critical role in your organization's C-suite, and better understanding these sometimes overlapping roles can only make your business stronger and more secure.
Sharon Florentine |
23 Apr |
A recent threat intelligence study reports widespread security vulnerabilities in healthcare organizations, many of which went unnoticed for months. In December, a developer pulled unencrypted data from a 'certified' mobile health app in less than a minute. Why is it so hard for healthcare to get security right?
Brian Eastwood |
26 Feb |
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Finally, the meeting has arrived.</p>
After many months of phone calls, e-mails, a WebEx demo and other prep work, you walk in the room and sit down with the government security leader and his or her team. Your hand-picked group of rock stars has been waiting for this moment. They even flew in early to practice the PowerPoint presentation.</p>
Dan Lohrmann |
26 May |
IoT seems to be buzz word in IT and business at the moment. Simply put, IoT is defined as everyday objects with computing devices embedded in them that have a means to send and receive data over the internet.
Ashwin Pal |
20 May |
Along with an Opex-leaning cost model, cloud computing’s appeal has included dynamic capacity provisioning where compute and storage resources can be added, moved and removed almost instantaneously.
Ian Teague |
18 May |
If it seems there are more cyber-security breaches in the news recently, there’s a reason. The volume of breaches grew at an alarming 48 percent in 2014, according to a recent global study by PwC. The study also found that total financial losses from security breaches increased 34 percent during 2013. One of the most staggering findings was that the number of organisations reporting financial losses over $20 million as the result of a cyber-attack grew by 92 percent over the previous year.
Paul Lipman |
28 Apr |
In 2014, several successful malicious attacks against large financial services, government and private sector firms gave a clear indication of the changes occurring in the network security industry. The recent Ponemon Institute Cost of a Data Breach study found the average cost of a data breach to be $3.5 million with average cost per compromised record more than $145.
Sudeep Charles |
27 Apr |
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