Organizations face many threats to their data systems and information. Knowing all of the fundamental elements to cyber safety is the first step to fulfilling these threats.
The reach of cyber protection is broad. The core regions are explained below, and some other fantastic cyber security plan must take all of them into consideration.
Security magazine recently spoke with Patrick V. Fiel Sr., a security expert, on some of the best practices during this coronavirus crisis.
ASIS International and the Security Industry Association (SIA) have entered into a partnership to aid in the COVID-19 recovery and rebuilding efforts of its member professionals and member companies.
As COVID-19 has prompted an unprecedented number of companies and government agencies worldwide to suddenly shift to a remote-work model, uncertainties abound.
As coronavirus cases increase across the United States and federal and state governments scramble to address the crisis, 70% of Americans say the COVID-19 outbreak poses a major threat to the nation’s economy and 47% say it is a major threat to the overall health of the U.S. population.
The state of Washington is one of the most affected states in the US by the coronvirus. Here we speak with Jim Sawyer, Director of Security Services at Seattle Children's Hospital, and learn how security and medical staff are handling the coronavirus epidemic.
While increasingly common even before the coronavirus, remote work brings its own unique set of cybersecurity challenges. Here are the ten most common pitfalls and the recommended solutions.
It may well be that the primary reason that security officers have historically struggled to achieve high levels of organizational and vocational relevance and performance is based solely on their generalized lack of health, wellness and physical fitness.
The October 1, 2020 deadline for Americans to obtain a Real ID in order to pass through airport security checkpoints has been delayed again, President Donald Trump announced this week.
Tech company Unacast is using smartphone data to see where people are taking social distancing instructions seriously.
The Information Technology Laboratory (ITL), a component of the NIST Computer Resource Center, has issued a bulletin that reiterates NIST standards for teleworking.
The term “spoofing” might have a comic implication in some contexts, but it’s no joke when it comes to information security. In fact, this is a subject matter of a whole separate chapter in a seasoned cybercriminal’s handbook. It comprises a multitude of techniques aimed at camouflaging a malicious actor or device as somebody or something else. Out of all the nefarious scenarios that fit the mold of a spoofing attack, the following 11 types are growingly impactful for the enterprise these days.
In light of recent geopolitical events, there is heightened concern of espionage, nation state attacks and hacktivism.
A new global report from Claroty details a number of potential contributing factors for today's CISOs to consider, including the convergence of IT and OT roles.
More than 100 business groups composed of manufacturers, distributors and supply chain products are calling for a a consistent definition of "critical infrastructure" from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Kara Pelecky has been named Chief Information Officer at STANLEY Security, where she will be responsible for the strategic vision, leadership and ongoing implementation of STANLEY Security’s information technology initiatives.
By 2021, cybercrime will cost about 6 trillion dollars a year. With an ever-increasing amount of ways to connect to your network, IT security teams must be able to secure and mitigate this risk by prioritizing security concerns at earlier stages of the software development life cycle.
What security and safety initiatives has Daniel Garcia, Safety and Security Director, taken to improve safety and security operations at Forth Worth, Texas ISD?
The Network Security Trade Act would ensure that the equipment and technology that are used to create the global communications and U.S. infrastructure are not compromised.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced the launch of the School Safety and Victims' Services Research Survey for educators across the state of Texas.