What you may not understand about Cyber Insurance, even if you already have some, can cost you more than risking not having any at all. There is a shift underway that impacts business + reputation when cyber incidents take place, beyond even GDPR. Please make time to read this.
I recently assembled + moderated a global panel of experts from Europe, Canada + the US to discuss Information Security for startups + small/medium-sized businesses.
Resilience is being prepared to respond to unplanned events of all kinds, having a plan to manage those events in effective ways to protect your reputation + bottom line. Here’s some tips for how to design your Resilience Strategy.
Protect your identity and privacy on Facebook by learning to detect fakery. Is that a word? It is now.
You may wonder, “I have antivirus installed so I’m good, right?” Nope. Here’s why.
Resilience Strategy can only truly be tested during and in the hours, days, and weeks following a cyber attack, simulations can help define its strengths + weaknesses prior to an attack in quantifiable ways, saving precious time, money, resources, and reputations. It also builds less quantifiable things like trust, morale, and confidence.
Cyber Resilience Strategy is not a nice-to-have. The illusion of Cyber Security is gone. Cyber Security incidents will disrupt your business. As leaders, we’re responsible to do business confidently knowing that, when Cyber Security events disrupt our business, our teammates, partners, and clients can count on us to lead the way through.
Learn about DMARC and vastly reduce the chance of you or your team getting a phishing attack in your inbox.
It’s important for us to understand the implications of the Equifax breach and ways to protect our identities. What options are best? Experts on the subject suggest freezing our credit. What does that mean? What does it involve and what do we need to know?
WIMZKL was recently engaged in a forensic investigation. The biggest lesson? Teams that aren’t balancing their defensive practice with offensive fluency, and frequently testing their own defenses, will be no match for attackers who are iterating, evolving and learning exponentially faster.
IBM’s Threat Intelligence Index verifies that humans are still the weakest links within organizations and play the major role in making cyberattacks successful. How do we help turn this around by transforming them from our weakest links into our greatest assets for protecting our organizations against cyberattacks?
Hackers hate and avoid organizations with a culture that values and actively promotes Cyber Resilience Awareness. Their employees don’t make mistakes easily like organizations without one.
You can’t concede that you can protect your systems 100 percent of the time. You can concede, however, to be prepared for when your organization is breached.
Smaller businesses are also easy targets for cybercriminals because they typically believe these myths…