CISOs who focus on identifying job candidates with the skills they need are finding talent from other fields and functions to help them get their cybersecurity work done.
Stories by Mary K. Pratt
Shadow IT — tech brought into an organisation without the security team’s knowledge — continues to be a threat. Managing visibility through increased vigilance and employee education can help mitigate its dangers.
Digital twins are incredibly useful tools for a range of industries. But they also come with intrinsic risk factors and could create new avenues for attacks unless security is involved when they’re created.
CISOs and cyber leaders may not see reporting a breach as the most pleasant of tasks, but experts say mandatory and voluntary sharing of intelligence around incidents can only improve the readiness and resilience of responders.
When asked about technology purchase regrets, veteran tech exec Sanjay Macwan digs deep for a classic hyped technology that has yet to pan out: smart glasses.
IT leaders are increasingly looked to as C-suite entrepreneurs capable of contributing solutions aimed at top-line growth. Here’s how revenue-centric CIOs are getting it done.
Creating a culture of security starts on day one, say veteran security leaders. Here’s their advice for making that initial security training more effective.
Old perimeter-based defences can throw up roadblocks to implementing a zero trust strategy, but a measured, phased approach will see you through.
Forward-thinking CIOs are mapping out three-year plans that anticipate newly mainstreamed tech, blended teams and democratised IT.
From trying to change too much to underestimating the political nature of the role, IT leaders and advisors lend insights on what most often trips up first-time CIOs.
Security and privacy teams working with sales, marketing and design ensures a good user experience while protecting data and maintaining regulatory compliance.
IT leaders are not immune to infatuation with the promise of emerging tech. Here, CIOs share which technologies they believe are primed to underdeliver.
Stephanie Benoit Kurtz thought she had a good deal when, in one of her former CISO roles, she signed a three-year contract with a vendor for vulnerability management.
The financial services company has made massive investments in data and analytics to better detect and prevent fraud.
Farshchi joined the credit reporting agency in 2018 with a mandate for change following the company’s high-profile data breach.