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Phishing attacks aren’t a new threat. In fact, these scams have been circulating since the mid-’90s. But, over time, they’ve become more and more sophisticated, have targeted larger numbers of people, and have caused more harm to both individuals and organizations.
As a security or IT leader, researching and vetting security solutions is step one. What’s step two, then? Convincing key stakeholders like the CEO, CFO, and the board that the product needs to be implemented, that it needs to be implemented now, and that it’s worth the cost. We’ve put together this guide to help you secure executive buy-in.
Our list of 21 cybersecurity events to attend in 2021 features premier cybersecurity summits, like the International Cybersecurity Forum in France and National Cyber Summit in the US, alongside intimate and industry-specific events (and webinars) you won’t want to miss.
We interviewed 12 hackers and surveyed 4,000 employees to find out what tactics hackers are using in phishing attacks, the impact of social media on social engineering, and the habits that make people more vulnerable.
Checklist of do’s and don’ts related to social media, OOO messages, and password hygiene included
When it comes to cybersecurity – specifically careers in cybersecurity – there are a few things (most) people know. There’s a skills gap, with 3.12 million unfilled positions. There’s also a gender gap, with a workforce that’s almost twice as likely to be male.
The role of the CISO and other security professionals has changed. Instead of focusing purely on IT and infrastructure, security leaders are now responsible for communicating risk, enabling individuals and teams, and influencing change at all levels of the organization.