November 30, 2023
summary for facility management professional, building owners and IT professionals who are interested in building security and Facility IT.
These were the biggest cyber attacks, data breaches and cyber security incidents that happened in November 2023. Read more
The rise of digitalization, increasingly ubiquitous remote work and other factors have heightened the importance of cybersecurity safeguards in the past few years. The coming year will present new security challenges. Here are five key cybersecurity trends that will affect organizations of all sizes in 2024. Read more
The agencies are emphasizing the use of secure by design practices, which would ensure AI is developed with security as a core element of any new applications or other technologies. The guidelines also emphasize the importance of security in operational practices and maintenance. Read more
So which conferences are security teams prioritizing in 2024? According to the report, there are seven key events that security pros find value in year after year. Read more
The US and UK cybersecurity agencies CISA and NCSC have published security-focused guidance for the developers of systems that leverage AI. Read more
The US cybersecurity agency CISA has announced a new pilot program to provide managed cybersecurity services to critical infrastructure entities that need support.
For years, the agency has been acting as a managed service provider to the federal civilian government, which has resulted in reduced risks and cost-savings, in addition to delivering standardization.
Now, CISA is expanding support and cybersecurity expertise to non-federal critical infrastructure organizations in need of assistance with reducing cybersecurity risks. Read more
Organizations have relied on cyber awareness training for years, pouring tens of thousands of dollars into programs that promise to make employees ready to spot a phishing attack or confront other such threats. The problem is the flawed “success metrics” of these trainings taint results and give organizations a false sense of security - and worse - an overconfidence in the cyber capabilities of their workforce.
It’s time to consider new approaches to assessing, building, and proving cyber capabilities across the entire organization and with content relevant to every role. Fortunately, new approaches exist that can help organizations get a better picture of real cyber capabilities of the workforce across all roles and functions. Read more.
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