In this interview with Kelly York, security awareness manager at the McDonald's Corporation, she discusses the state of attracting and retaining talent in information security and also provides some helpful tips that could get you and your business over the hump when it comes to the topic.
Updating your risk management program is a critical component of becoming a successful security leader. InfoSec Insider caught up with Argo AI's CSO Summer Craze Fowler who shared her thoughts on the topic, as well as some proven tips.
The All Powerful Breach…or threat thereof. How often do you, as a security practitioner, get asked by a colleague outside of the security team about the viability of a breach at your organization? Is a breach the meter by which security is measured?
With the recent Dyn distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack lighting up media headlines, enterprise security practitioners are being asked how to ensure that the organizations for which they work aren’t the next DDoS victims.
Defining a “good” chief information security officer is difficult. On one side, many CISOs have risen through the security ranks due to their technical prowess and were thus handed a “business position,” asked to manage a team, and required to start briefing the executive suite on the state of the company’s security.
Applications have become the technological underpinnings which enable employees to do their jobs faster, more accurately, and with greater ease. Applications have become so ubiquitous within organizations that most employees don’t even consider the tools with which they are working “applications” at all.
“We’ve seen breaches where the ‘partner effect’ has played a major role, but have you noticed that nobody seems to really know how to manage that risk well,” poses Pete Lindstrom, Vice President of Security Research at IDC.