The CISO's position on the security org chart influences the nature and frequency of interactions the security leader will have other executives — not to mention the security budget.
According to IBM's Christopher Scott, who spoke at The Wall Street Journal's Pro Cybersecurity Executive Forum, the road to better incident response is "a marathon, not a sprint."
Many organizations lack the cybersecurity leadership required to effectively defend their networks and proactively respond to data breaches when they do occur.
It seems like there's never enough hours in the day for security professionals, but effective time management can positively impact your security posture in unimaginable ways.
CISOs can improve their enterprise security posture by adopting cognitive technology, educating executives, conducting incident response training and fostering a culture of security in 2018.
To transform your security strategy, you must first establish a model of shared responsibility between security professionals and business units throughout the organization.
The EY "Global Infomation Security Survey" revealed that CISOs and executives have a long road ahead when it comes to improving communication — but it is indeed a road, not an unbridgeable chasm.
Winter holidays mean more cybersecurity breaches for enterprises. How can security leaders train staff members to better manage digital assets during this time?
Understanding the COSO 2017 Enterprise Risk Management Framework, Part 2: Combining Apples With Oranges
Organizations that follow both the COSO enterprise risk management framework and the NIST CSF can vastly improve their cyber risk oversight and management.
The return on security investment is a crucial calculation to help CISOs demonstrate risks in business terms and gain executive buy-in for security tools.