The New Cybersecurity Threat Landscape

Guest post by Gerard Verweij, US Advisory Technology Consulting Leader at PwC When you hear a lot of doom and gloom you have a tendency to go numb after a while. But, then something happens so alarming that reminds you of the urgency of the situation and instills in you a renewed commitment to the […] MORE

April 27, 2016

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When the IT Lights Go Out

Guest post by Gerard Verweij This week the IT lights went out for a trio of prominent companies. Was this connectivity crisis a coincidence? Regardless of what causes connectivity chaos in circumstances such as these, companies need a plan to mitigate risks and where possible prevent them. The dire downtime these companies suffered is a troubling […] MORE

July 09, 2015

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Survey: Information Security Attacks Up 25%

Guest post by Mark Lobel If you want to protect your information assets in today’s interconnected business environment, you need to know your enemy. What are they after, how do they aim to get it and how are you going to stop them? New hacker strategies, the Bring Your Own Device trend, and Cloud Computing […] MORE

September 19, 2013

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How the CIO can Sleuth Mobile Systems

Guest Post by David Nardoni The responsibility of conducting mobile forensic investigations in the workplace should fall in the lap of the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). Unfortunately, 58% of organizations do not have a CISO, according to our recent Global State of Information Security Survey of 9,300 senior executives. Often the CIO is tasked […] MORE

November 12, 2012

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Survey: Data Breaches Driving Customers Away

Guest post by Mark Lobel According to our new Global State of Information Security Survey 2013, data breaches are driving customers away from businesses around the world. In conjunction with CIO Magazine and CSO Magazine, we recently surveyed 9,300 c-Suite executives, vice presidents and directors of IT & information security from 128 countries. 52% of […] MORE

October 01, 2012

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BYOD and Your CEO

What’s small, shiny and keeps CIOs up at night? The CEO’s personal devices. CEOs are like every other employee. They love tablets, smart phones and apps. The glaring difference is that the CEO’s personal devices put the company at much greater risk than the gadgets of virtually all other employees combined. CIOs must  include chief […] MORE

May 10, 2012

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The Era of Security Breaches

Guest post by Gary Loveland and Nalneesh Gaur It seems like today’s organized data criminals have re-doubled their efforts to get their hands onto your customer’s data, and into their wallets. A full 85% of all data-related security breaches today are masterminded by organized crime, according to a 2010 Verizon Data Breach research report. These […] MORE

May 02, 2011

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