Effective CISOs need to clearly articulate risk and mitigation strategies in business. They must be clear, precise, and, above all, speak truth to power.
Stories by Christopher Burgess
Security teams must embrace the principle of least-privilege access to build an effective data control model based on an individual’s role, appropriate policies, and need to know.
When the focus is often on the big hacking and ransomware cases involving multinational companies and governments, small- and medium-sized businesses can often feel left behind and powerless. But help is out there.
Choosing which department should be responsible for protecting an organisation from threats from within isn’t always straightforward.
Pharmaceutical giant Merck’s won an appeal that might see it claim $1.4 billion from insurers due to the NotPetya ransomware attack. The decision hinged on the definition of war and it could also affect how insurance terms are defined in the future.
A report from Ukraine’s cybersecurity service reveals insight into what the country has been facing from belligerent attackers and holds a lesson for CISOs.
The Chinese airship that floated over the US and Canada was likely a multipurpose intelligence platform, gathering a variety of information types.
Mondelez and Zurich Insurance settled a keenly watched lawsuit over how cyber attack insurance applies to intrusions from nation states during wartime.
Many countries routinely download device content from travelers at the border. Getting ahead of this eventuality can help protect sensitive data and maintain privacy for employees and their company.
The conviction of Uber's former CSO could change the roles of top security leaders and raises the level of personal risk in the wake of a breach.
An information technology asset disposal program can protect a company against the potential catastrophe of data leaks from gear you’re getting rid of.
New research raises questions about whether Russia's cyber warefare operations are up to modern day challenges.
Cloudflare's blocking of hate-based forum Kiwi Farms is the latest in a string of controversial actions and inactions around bad behaving customers.
In the world of intelligence, Huawei is an espionage threat not because of what it has done but because of what it can do.
China uses personal, business and political relationships to gather information and influence actions. U.S. and UK government agencies urge caution.