Moving Toward a Framework for Resilient Cybersecurity: Evaluating the Threat Landscape

In this previous post on The Need for a Framework for Resilient Cybersecurity we highlighted that the increasing diversity and sophistication of today’s IT environments is driving a need for organizations to implement a framework for resilient cybersecurity. In this post we will focus on one of the critical components of this framework: Threat Intelligence. Today’s […]

The Best Practices are No Longer the “Best” Practices

Editors note: This is a sponsored post provided by Cray. There was a time when information systems security was much simpler. It focused on the appropriate time frame to take a sample of a one-dimensional system log that tracked events like blocked traffic, virus detection, and machines taken off-line. In this day and age, breaches, […]

Women in Cybersecurity: Reducing the Gender Gap Part II

This is the second post in a three part blog post on the Women in Cybersecurity Conference that took place March 31st through April 2nd in Dallas, Texas. “With 1.5M job openings in cybersecurity, we need security professionals with diverse skill sets” – Jillian Munro Jillian Munro was the first keynote at the WiCyS  conference. […]

The Need for a Framework for Resilient Cybersecurity

There is little doubt that today our society and enterprises are more connected than ever before. The reality of internet accessible critical infrastructure, Cloud Computing, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) has stretched the capabilities of todays cyber defenses. Moreover, the expansion of enterprise architectures to include these enabling technologies has […]

Australian Government Will Reveal More Cyber Attacks: Bob Flores Comments

Australia’s Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull has given the Australian cyber security arsenal $230 million, pledging Australia will enhance its defenses to become a world leader in the field. Just prior to this significant pledge, Australia’s current Children’s eSafety commissioner and newly appointed Special Cyber Security Advisor to the Prime Minister, stated that the government needs to […]

Women in Cybersecurity: Reducing the Gender Gap Part I

This post is the first in a three part series on the Women in Cybersecurity Conference. On March 31st through April 2nd, women from academia, government, and industry from around the globe gathered in Dallas, Texas for Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) Conference. This three-day long event was designed to both enhance the state of cyber […]