Ponder these statistics and then realize that these statistics do not include any data associated with the Equifax breach. This problem is not going away and it is not getting better. Data is being compromised at an alarming rate. Be prepared!
It is always good to have an eye toward the future and what innovations may be coming around the corner in the world of cyber security. Enjoy this list.
Enjoy this recap of BSides San Francisco 2017.
This is one of the more intriguing stories I have read coming out of RSA this year, and frankly it is a bit of a “light bulb” moment for me. As we have seen the growth of cloud-based services drive end users to a more ubiquitous device/app approach for accessing data, it seems obvious that edge defense can and should adjust to this architecture. Google has simply (easy for me to say) taken the next step and moved all interactions to an open, untrusted network topology.
I am energized by the idea of building security methodologies that focus on trusting the user and the device and less on defending the perimeter. Culturally, I believe we will be dragged in this direction regardless of our personal philosophies on the subject.
This is my favorite event of all during RSA week and it honestly saddens me greatly to have to read about it versus being there in person. Enjoy!
This is an interesting list from the team at KnowBe4. Clearly, they are self-promoting, but there is truth in the need for enhanced user awareness training at every level.