Cyber security awareness month: Training doesn’t always have to be serious

Cyber security is serious, right? Not all the time. Sometimes a little levity goes a long way. That’s what next...

October 6th, 2017 Howard Solomon

security and privacy issues

Make cyber security personal for employees, says CISO

With people arguably the weakest point in an organization’s cyber defences, security awareness training is a hot topic for CISOs....

June 16th, 2017 Howard Solomon

Risky business: 45 per cent of employees admit to unsafe data access practices

Most employees know how important it is to protect sensitive enterprise information, but in practice many admit they engage in...

April 21st, 2017 Howard Solomon

Can’t get users to change behaviour? The problem may be the security team

SAN FRANCISCO – At any gathering of infosec pros – like here at the annual RSA Conference – you can...

February 16th, 2017 Howard Solomon

1 on 1 Training

Time to get tougher with staff to improve cyber security?

Every CISO knows that people are the weakest link in the organization's security. How to strengthen their resolve so it...

January 18th, 2017 Howard Solomon

security and privacy issues

Many consumers still won’t take simple steps to stay safe online, survey finds

CISOs have enough on their shoulders trying to oversee enterprise strategy on protecting the network, data and making staff security-aware...

November 17th, 2016 Howard Solomon

Reducing the risk of phishing attacks

Phishing has evolved into the most effective social engineering attack that hackers use to infiltrate organizations. The goal of phishing...

November 4th, 2016 Yogi Schulz

Data-driven defence will best protect enterprises, says expert

Tunnel vision is a phrase that describes looking too narrowly at a problem. To use a cliché, you don’t see...

October 25th, 2016 Howard Solomon

Mobile Security

How to guard against the weak links in your data

Attention, corporate enterprise: your data has left the building. It might be on servers that you own. It’s probably in...

October 5th, 2016 Christine Wong