I just read another scary marketing email. This one from one of my favorite firms. I love Cisco. They have done a great deal for America and our way of life and I really appreciate them. They are creators and innovators and I am honored to have interacted with Cisco through the years. But their marketing team has fallen for the trap so many other marketing firms have. They are … [Read more...] about 100 Percent Of Small Businesses Go Out Of Business One Nanosecond After the Simplest of Cyberattacks
I believe everyone should start their day with an action-oriented briefing that can inform decisions and drive actions. This is why we produce the OODA Daily Pulse Report. This succinct articulation of cybersecurity, technology and global risk stories is provided in a format that allows you to easily track critical topics. This daily news summary report has been prepared for … [Read more...] about OODA Daily Pulse: Gain Deep Insights Into The Top Cybersecurity, Technology and Global Risks Issues Of The Day
Compliance can be costly and often feels more like red tape and a barrier to business than anything that provides a benefit. A report by EY and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) estimates that organizations have spent an average of $3 million to achieve compliance with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a sweeping piece … [Read more...] about Does GDPR compliance reduce breach risk?
Read Bill Bonney explain how businesses can create meaningful diversity of ideas in the way their cybersecurity works on Security Intelligence : The other day, I learned something that great French winemakers have known for centuries: It is often difficult to make a complex wine from just one variety of grape. It is easier to blend the juice from several grapes to achieve the … [Read more...] about Creating Meaningful Diversity of Thought in the Cybersecurity Workforce
Last week, around 2:30 a.m., blaring emergency sirens woke the people of two Texas towns… and then, until about 4:00 a.m., the alarms kept sounding, on and off, until crews finally managed to turn them off. The towns of DeSoto and Lancaster are both in Tornado Alley: one of two regions of the US that have a disproportionately high frequency of tornadoes (the other being … [Read more...] about Hacked tornado warning systems leave Texans in the dark