How can we build better relationships with the board and convince them of the value of their cyber security investment? Security leaders now have a seat at the table, and with that comes a demand for CISOs to demonstrate not just technical and leadership skills, but be able to relate security back to the overall business goals and risk profile.
At this year's Cyber Threat conference, we were very excited to partner with SANS Institute and the NCSC to produce interactive hackable badges for attendees. Part 2 of this 'how to' video series covers the remaining challenges.
Flaws in your supply chain can have a devastating effect on your business's security, and it's becoming more difficult to keep track of, and manage, supply chain environments as they become ever more complex and interlinked. As an interesting and worthwhile target for adversaries, mitigating risks and reducing supply chain problems will therefore continue to be a key theme in 2023.
At this year's Cyber Threat conference, we were very excited to partner with SANS Institute and the NCSC to produce interactive hackable badges for attendees. Now, we reveal exactly how to solve the challenges, step by step!
For the third in our weekly #SICyberSeries, James Lyne and Giorgia Cacace discuss a hot topic for 2023, which is the challenges security teams face in adopting and implementing DevSecOps successfully in their organisation.
Almost every security team will be feeling the effects of the current economic climate, and in this video James Lyne and Giorgia Cacace share their advice for teams facing budget cuts and being tasked with doing more with less.