Need to get the security train back on the tracks? Our CEO’s got some pro tips on improving your org’s security ASAP.
If you're left holding the hot potato of a legacy lackluster security program, or are suddenly forced to protect your org and its data with less, here are a few quick steps to take to get cybersecurity efforts back on track.
Oh Noes! is a role-playing game designed to help you and your organization become better prepared to respond to cybersecurity incidents.
See if these four telltale warning signs get your head nodding. If so, learn how to get started on regaining control.
How to make change to create a learning environment and "The Three Ways" to bring order to your SOC. Part 5 of keep your security nerds happy series.
Look out for these five indicators that it's probably time to start considering alternatives to your managed security services provider. Plus, questions to ask to avoid these traps.
A sample of questions posed in a recent interview, as we searched for the next member of our security team, and how to hire the fearlessly determined.
Part 4 of keep your security nerds happy series
Guidance and a short list of things you can do to help you answer the common question "how much should I spend on cybersecurity?"
Set yourself up for success by asking these four questions before you purchase new security products.
Here are four things you can start working on today to set the tone for security in your organization that will have a lasting impact on your team.
Part 3 of keep your security nerds happy series
Discover the three most common mistakes companies make when developing their first set of operational metrics.
Review four approaches to strengthen your security operations feedback loop and ensure analysts can influence detection.
Part 2 of keep your security nerds happy series
Do you have the equipment and material needed to get your work right? Here are seven things to keep in mind to bring harmony to your toolchain.
Part 1 of keep your security nerds happy series
Hiring and keeping good IT / security practitioners can be tough, so once you’ve got good talent you’ll need to work to keep them. Here are five ways to make them happy and keep them coming back.