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Now is the time when professionals and thought leaders start anticipating what the cybersecurity 2021 landscape will look like and how they can prepare for the changes ahead. Here are five predictions likely to affect IT security experts and business decision-makers in the coming year. Read More
Having just finished a multi-year revision of what you might call the bible of cybersecurity controls, there’s something new. The National Institute of Standards and Technology cybersecurity crew has a new, companion guide. With an update, NIST Fellow Ron Ross joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin. Learn More
As the deadline nears for the first 15 contracts awarded in compliance with the new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, the Pentagon made it clear that is just the beginning, saying it will probably need to certify at least 1,500 contractors and subcontractors. Learn More
Here are just five trends TechHQ identified in cybersecurity in 2020. Learn More
The Department of Homeland Security’s cybersecurity agency has in recent weeks spelled out a multipronged plan to continue to improve federal IT security by the end of the current fiscal year. Read More
The final CISA Cyber Essentials Toolkit has arrived. The Cyber Essentials Toolkit is a set of modules designed to break down the CISA Cyber Essentials into bite-sized actions for IT and C-suite leadership to work toward full implementation of each Cyber Essential. Each chapter focuses on recommended actions to build cyber readiness into the six interrelated aspects of an organizational culture of cyber readiness. Read More
If we in the cybersecurity community believe that people are the weakest link and always will be, then our belief will ensure that this comes true. But what if we believed something different? Read More
As businesses look forward to 2021 and employees and consumers adjust to the new normal, there’ a simple formula for a CISO wanting to break the cycle of reactivity: Lean into the business. This means building trust with leadership, getting comfortable communicating in the boardroom and developing a thorough understanding of the overall business strategy, its operations and the unique risks faced by individual business units. Read More
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