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Cybersecurity Recap June 2021

Cybersecurity Recap June 2021

June 25, 2021

Curated cybersecurity news

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What is new in June, 2021 in Cybersecurity?

Microsoft brings its cybersecurity intelligence to Space ISAC

The Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC) welcomed its newest member, Microsoft, June 23 with an announcement highlighting the tech giant’s cybersecurity expertise. Learn More

Break the crisis-cybersecurity cycle

Intrusions and cyber-attacks aren't letting up, but plentiful protections are effective—if they're deployed and maintainedRead more

successful business leaders are the first to admit that meaningful change must come from the top. To be successful, a company should have a strong and unique sense of culture. The kind of culture that I’m referring to manifests in many ways and goes above and beyond Taco Tuesdays or Flip-Flop Fridays. Leaders in every facet of the business must encourage a collaborative culture in order for it to flourishLearn More

Want in on the next $100B in cybersecurity?

The size of the cybersecurity market, in particular, has gotten infinitely larger as software eats the world and more people are able to sit and feast at the table from anywhere on Earth (and, soon enough, space).

Over the course of the last few months, there were a series of pieces about why this market opportunity is growing so rapidly. Learn More

Cybersecurity asset management trends point to increasing complexity.

Increasing visibility into government infrastructure remains a key challenge to combat security threats. And though agencies most likely have all the security tools they need, IT leaders still struggle to see how those tools are properly deployed across their networks and devices.

The pandemic and remote work environment certainly accentuated these challenges, but these aren’t the only factors driving visibility and security risks, according to a recent study Axonius commissioned with Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG). Read More

Q&A: CISA’s Eric Goldstein Outlines New Federal Cybersecurity Measures

As part of CISA’s mission to defend against threats to our nation’s cybersecurity and infrastructure, the agency is at the forefront of the fight against cybercriminals. President Biden gave the agency more leverage in that fight as the number of high-profile ransomware attacks continues to increase. CISA’s Eric Goldstein explains the impact of that new authority and discusses the newest cyber dangers facing the U.SRead More

7 Powerful Cybersecurity Skills the Energy Sector Needs Most

With increased threats to energy industry operations and assets, some with potentially very serious consequences, the industry is challenged to find security and privacy professionals and also challenged to retain the people they have as the war for talent continues.

Whether hiring new cybersecurity staff or upskilling those already on board, specific skills rank high on this industry's most-wanted list. Those looking to join the fight might want to polish up or acquire some (or all) of these hottest skills on the market. Read More

CYBER.ORG Announces Creation of National Cybersecurity Education Week to Increase Equitable Access to K-12 Cybersecurity Education

Intrusions and cyber-attacks aren't letting up, but plentiful protections are effective—if they're deployed and maintained. Read More



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