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How a virtual CISO can become part of a managed security regime
Security-as-a service is a particularly compelling option for smaller businesses that perhaps do not yet have the resources to adequately maintain a cybersecurity regime internally.
4 Reasons why CISOs should adopt threat intelligence
ThreatQuotient’s Anthony Perridge believes the answer to security teams falling behind criminals is to deploy threat intelligence platforms.
67% of organisations say they're understaffed to handle cybersecurity
RiskIQ's survey paints a grim picture that forecasts a 'perfect storm' where the problem of staff shortages collides with escalating cybercrime.
A force multiplier solution – the answer to the security skills gap crisis
It’s no secret that there is a yawning skills gap in the cybersecurity industry - but now RSA has come up with a way to 'multiply' your staff.
74% of CISOs say cybersecurity hinders productivity & innovation
An independent survey of 500 CISOs found cybersecurity is causing frustration with users reporting it's disrupting productivity and innovation.
Security firm Cyber Toa launches virtual CISO for Kiwi businesses
Wellington-based security company Cyber Toa launched the virtual CISO last week to help Kiwi businesses battle the torrent of cyber threats.
Former NSA exec to take charge of global security at Fortinet
“Bringing together the right mix of technology, threat intelligence risk management and partnerships to protect global information."
Securing trust in digital business
As smart devices are becoming autonomous, CISOs are being required to adopt new mechanisms and approaches to trust.
CISOs face cyber security 'solution overload' challenges
Solution overload is plaguing chief information security officers who are finding it difficult to manage cyber threat prevention.
Mobile security threats and trends, according to Gartner
“The reality is that the threats targeting mobile devices have not changed. But the severity of the consequences have."