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Patching Problems, but is Runtime an Attractive Solution

Patching Problems, but is Runtime an Attractive Solution

Moving security controls from outside of the application to inside the runtime will allow visibility.

Prevention is no Longer the Best Medicine - Recovery is Key

Prevention is no Longer the Best Medicine - Recovery is Key

There are ways to avoid nasty cyber scenarios — if you know what to look for.

Government Efforts to Weaken Privacy are Bad for Business and National Security

Government Efforts to Weaken Privacy are Bad for Business and National Security

Relaxed security standards will lead to a decrease in demand for American-made products.

Nothing as Safe as Houses From Spear-Phishers

Nothing as Safe as Houses From Spear-Phishers

Why spear-phishers are now targeting wannabe homeowners.

Using Business Impact Analysis to Address Network Security Risks

Using Business Impact Analysis to Address Network Security Risks

How organizations can apply the business impact analysis methodology to remediate risk within the network security infrastructure - and ensure security is business driven

Securing the Data Center on Wheels

Securing the Data Center on Wheels

We are rapidly approaching a point in which the automobile will be built around the software, as opposed to the other way around.

Phishing Prevention Begins with Education

Phishing Prevention Begins with Education

The most effective way to prevent this is to educate people about what to look for and avoid, which means understanding why they fall for phishing messages in the first place

Reducing Time Spent Reacting to Emergencies

Reducing Time Spent Reacting to Emergencies

About one-third of the time of IT operations is spent dealing with emergencies.

Using Machines to Understand When Normal isn't Normal

Using Machines to Understand When Normal isn't Normal

Is AI a means to make the incident responder’s job a lot easier?

The Password Takes its Last Breath

The Password Takes its Last Breath

Behavioral biometrics activities cannot be hacked or duplicated, as no one can imitate exactly how another person uses their phone.

The Yahoo Lesson for CEOs: Bring your CISO into the Boardroom

The Yahoo Lesson for CEOs: Bring your CISO into the Boardroom

The easiest way to determine whether your company has a healthy cybersecurity culture is to look at where the CISO sits in the organization.

Why Cyber Attacks are Not as Scary as they Sound

Why Cyber Attacks are Not as Scary as they Sound

The truth is that there are already excellent processes and diligent professionals that have kept us safe, and will continue working to keep us safe.

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