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06 Aug 2017 10 Critical Steps To Create A Culture Of Cyber Security [65273]
Dark Reading, July 26th 2017

"Businesses are more vulnerable than they need to be. Here's what you should do about it," writes Edward J. McAndrew in Dark Reading.

"Despite constant headlines about cyber attacks, organizations continue to leave their systems and data unnecessarily vulnerable. Cyber incidents result in the loss of reputation, enterprise value, and jobs, not to mention regulatory fines and civil litigation. According to Kaspersky Labs and the Ponemon Institute, 90% of businesses have experienced a cyber attack, with an average cost per breach of $3.6 million. Ponemon estimates that 27.7% of organizations surveyed will likely suffer another material breach within the next two years..."
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23 Jul 2017 Desperately Seeking Security: 6 Skills Most In Demand [64970]
Dark Reading, July 8th 2017

'When people say there's a security skills gap, this is what they really mean," writes Ericka Chickowski in Dark Reading. "The last several years have seen a slew of reports coming out lamenting the typical enterprise's ability to recruit and retain quality cybersecurity talent.

Earlier this year, ISACA's Cybersecurity Nexus survey found that more than one in four organizations take six months or longer to fill priority cybersecurity positions..."
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09 Jul 2017 Recovering From Bad Decisions In The Cloud [64695]
Dark Reading, June 26th 2017

"The cloud makes it much easier to make changes to security controls than in traditional networks," writes Jeff Schilling in Dark Reading.

"During my IT service management career in the military, we used to say, 'If you don't build an enterprise with security engineered into the solution, it costs four times as much to retrofit it later.' Honestly, I have no idea where that metric came from; we all used to say it, so it must have been true, right? Although I can't definitively state the actual cost, I know it is painful and expensive to engineer security into an enterprise infrastructure after it has been launched..."
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02 Jul 2017 Cybersecurity Fact vs. Fiction [64544]
Dark Reading, June 20th 2017

"Based on popular media, it's easy to be concerned about the security of smart cars, homes, medical devices, and public utilities. But how truly likely are such attacks?" asks Marc Laliberte in Dark Reading.

"Today's security industry is plagued with misinformation and FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt). Is your car safe to drive? Could that insulin pump you rely on give you a deadly dose? Could your power go off and never come back on? Is someone watching you through your smart home devices? Unfortunately, it's getting harder to identify the real threats from the exaggerated ones these days. I'd like to separate fact from fiction by addressing a few questions these headline-grabbing hacking tactics might prompt..."
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25 Jun 2017 The Detection Trap: Improving Cybersecurity By Learning From The Secret Service [64392]
Dark Reading, June 12th 2017

"Intruders often understand the networks they target better than their defenders do," warns Nathaniel Gleicher in Dark Reading.

"It's surprisingly easy to break into the White House grounds - in March, someone slipped over the fence and roamed the compound before being caught. Nevertheless, the White House is still the most secure public space in the world, because whether they get tackled on the lawn, arrested at the front door, or stopped at the stairs to the residence, intruders consistently get caught before they reach the president..."
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