I cannot help but to think of some memes at times. The one that has gotten lodged there today is the late Robin Williams with a great big bushy beard screaming “What year is it?”. News came out today that, at long last, the White House has come to the conclusion that there is a need for a CISO.
Dave Lewis |
31 Mar |
The Chief Information Security Officer and CSO roles have evolved in recent years from a relatively narrow focus as "guardians of the data" to members of the C suite who are expected to speak the language of business, participate in strategic planning and be perceived as business enablers rather than impediments. As such the CISO interview has evolved as well.
CIO Staff and Taylor Armerding, CSO |
29 Sep |
There is increased scrutiny by the Board and Management of business risks and potential impact of Cyber Security on operations. As the person who is responsible for hiring the new CISO, what are the key criteria that you ‘must’ have for the candidate?
David Gee |
04 Jun |
It may have started out as a way to build a brand and engage the curiosity of the Internet development community, but an Israeli development-tools company's Game of Hacks competition has proven so popular that it is developing a white-labelled solution to help organisations put their own developers through their security paces.
David Braue |
20 May |
Australia earned the dubious honour of being the country most targeted by phishers – and that's saying something given that it happened in a climate where the overall level of data breaches is continuing to rise. Even malvertising authors were upping their game, digitally signing new samples in an effort to bypass detection by antivirus scanners.
David Braue |
07 Oct |
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