October 27, 2020
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Check out During National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), the following tip sheets and resources are invaluable tools for reducing cybersecurity risks and protecting yourself online. Use these resources in your communities and share them with your stakeholders throughout the year to encourage strong, nationwide cybersecurity. These materials are free and may be modified to meet your needs. Read More
2021 will be the beginning of a transition toward a new normal. Organizations will continue to adapt to new business models and changing customer expectations simply because they must in the face of economic uncertainty, social movements, and changing geopolitics. This will have significant impact for information and IT security professionals across the globe.
For cybersecurity, here’s what Forrester expects to see in 2021. Read More
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month. As the month winds down, it’s an ideal time to focus attention on a topic of utmost (and ongoing) importance for every business right now: cybersecurity threats. Learn More
It is a fact that machine-learning has taken great steps in recent years, from autonomous tools to virtual assistants, from chatbots to face/object recognition. What about cybersecurity? Learn More
Despite the market being filled with cybersecurity companies, including giants like Checkpoint and McAfee and a stream of promising new startups, the average person is still fairly defenseless against cyberthreats. Your customers aren’t IT security professionals and they don’t want to be. They know the threat is real and security is important, but they can’t be expected to bear the burden of securing themselves alone. This is the reason why so many of your subscribers already believe you should take responsibility for providing security as part of the monthly service. Your consumers want to ‘set it and forget it’, knowing someone else is taking care of their cybersecurity. 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
Not only can this framework help companies remain solvent, but it will also protect critical information from getting into the wrong hands.
Let's face it: Cybersecurity threat risk isn't going anywhere, and it's only going to get worse. This realization caused the Department of Defense (DoD) to create the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) early this year. This is a unified standard for the successful implementation of cybersecurity across the more than 300,000 companies in the supply chain. Read More
The Department of Defense and the National Security Agency announced the kickoff of a new workforce development program that redefines the academic path to a successful career in cybersecurity.
Through a collaboration with NSA’s National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity (NCAE-C) Program Management Office and Department of Defense’s (DoD) Office of Industrial Policy, Small Business Program’s (OSBP) and Mentor Protégé Program (MPP) students graduate “job ready”, armed with the knowledge, skills and training necessary for a successful career in cybersecurity. Read More
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