The only threat more persistent to organizations than cyber criminals? The cyber security skills crisis.
Nearly 60% of enterprises can't find the staff to protect their data (and reputations!) from new and emerging breeds of cyber-attacks, reports the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) in its 5th annual global industry study.
On Monday, Dec. 11, as part of the SIA Webinar series, a webinar titled Cybersecurity: Bridging the Gap between Physical Security and IT/IoT covered best practices from edge to core hardening, bridging cyberprotection techniques, and technologies that help unify disparate technologies into a common cybersecurity framework. Speakers Vince Ricco (Axis Communications) and Ken Mills (Dell EMC) discussed how successful practitioners are hardening the physical security edge, enabling the authentication of devices systemwide and utilizing IT and IoT methodology to secure the enterprise.
Small- and mid-size businesses (SMBs) can no longer afford to think they’re too small to be a target for cybercriminals. That’s why SMBs should consider new or expanded investment in a comprehensive security awareness program to help address the growing risks related to cybersecurity, privacy, and regulatory compliance.
What is threat hunting and why is this field gaining popularity among security organizations? Threat hunting emphasizes on a proactive approach to security and encourages organizations to anticipate and manage potential security breaches and hacks. Join Dr. James Stanger, Sr Director of Products at CompTIA, in a live webinar as he walks us through the critical areas of threat hunting and how this can enhance current cyber security measures for organizations.