What Is the C-Suite’s Responsibility for Cybersecurity?

A cybersecurity approach that’s endorsed and promoted by the C-suite sets expectations for the rest of the company.

How to Prioritize Security in Your IT Budget

Keeping your business secure is a challenging job, but you can increase your chances of success by creating and funding a budget that prioritizes security goals.

Ransomware Attacks Against Local Governments on the Rise

These attacks can have disruptive, crippling consequences on major cities

Are You Susceptible to a Cyberattack?

As cybercriminals get more sophisticated and perfect their social engineering techniques, most workers don’t even realize they’ve given away login information or clicked on a malicious link until it’s far too late.

Do You Know What’s Running on Your Laptop?

Just one unpatched device is all it takes for a hacker to get into your network, steal data, commit espionage, install malicious software, or just wreak general havoc.

The 2019 Cyberthreat Defense Report Answers the Big Questions in Cybersecurity Today  

The 2019 Cyberthreat Defense Report lets you know where there are gaps in your cyberthreat defenses relative to other organizations

SOCaaS balances out executives hopes and fears around SaaS.

How to Deal with C-Suite and Boardroom Concerns About Cybersecurity

Executives want SaaS, but they also need security and compliance. Here’s how they can get both. 

Debunking Cybersecurity Myths: Part III—24×7 Security Monitoring IS Essential

Because hackers operate around the clock from all over the world, even as you sleep

Arctic Wolf’s CEO Plays Nostradamus: Brian NeSmith’s Cybersecurity Predictions for 2019

So, what will 2019 bring? In a recent webinar, Arctic Wolf’s CEO Brian NeSmith offered key insights on the state of cybersecurity today and his predictions for 2019.

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Marriott Breach Exposes 500 Million Guest Records: Preliminary Lessons

On Friday, Marriott International announced its Starwood reservation system’s database had been hacked and personal details from up to 500 million guest records were compromised.