The Biden administration has distributed a memo to the private sector to mitigate the impacts of the surge in criminal attacks on US and global organizations. This response is intended to address cybercrime head-on, treating it like the national security issue it has become, and setting an example for other nations around the world.
Pieter Danhieux, CEO of Secure Code Warrior, sat down with NetWitness to discuss the impact that the Executive Order on Cybersecurity will have on the development community, and how better educating and training developers will improve supply chain security.
The Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity announced by the Biden administration on May 12 marks the strongest and most visible stance the Federal government has taken to improve national cybersecurity
The HAFNIUM / Microsoft Exchange attack has affected at least 30,000 U.S organizations and hundreds of thousands more around the world. Integrating threat detection and response capabilities before an attack occurs can accelerate your response, limit damage, and protect your operations.
In the world of remote work, the role of the security operations center (SOC) needs to evolve, and perhaps even move to a virtual environment. David Strom shares some key considerations for the CISO to review as they plan for the future.
The traditional insider threat is evolving. Digital transformation, the chaos of our world stage and modern business environments are forcing a new view of this complex threat vector. In Part I of this series, we explore what’s changing and where things are headed.