The Security Industry Association (SIA) has announced AcceleRISE, a new conference for tomorrow’s security leaders featuring top-quality idea sharing, coaching, business skills development, networking and inspiration.
2018 brought a lot of change to small business. In the wake of many new cybersecurity threats and breaches, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Small Business Cybersecurity Act was passed into law in August 2018, and it requires NIST to provide cybersecurity resources to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to help protect […]
You can’t simply learn resiliency; there isn’t a book or set of checkmarks you can apply to a list that means you are resilient. Instead, it’s real-world training like War Gaming that delivers the closest “I’ve been there” experience and creates the muscle memory needed to respond effectively when an incident – and all the […]
The growing threat of cyberattacks is a huge cause for concern. According to some of the country’s foremost intelligence experts, the U.S. may encounter a massive cyberattack on the horizon. An attack of this scale is predicted to cause damage comparable to a Category 5 hurricane, where everything from vehicles to pacemakers could be compromised. […]
A focus on the basic elementary principles of cybersecurity can go a long way in protecting your company from most attacks. Penetration testers are the frontline witnesses on cyber threats. They continue to see the same weaknesses and vulnerabilities within the enterprises they examine. Below, is a list of recommendations for you to be aware […]
Today, a fellow CISO of mine sent out a flash over our private CISO bat channel (yes, we do have these) saying he was leaving his role and heading off to not “do security” anymore. As I read the note, it struck me that this was not the first time I had seen this same […]
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed A764, also known as “Alyssa’s Law”, requiring all New Jersey public schools to install silent panic alarms that will alert law enforcement during emergencies such as an active shooter, or to employ an alternative emergency mechanism approved by the Department of Education.