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A roundup of the top news stories in information security this week, including the UK warning its government agencies to steer clear of Kaspersky Lab products, PayPal dealing with a data breach, and NIST's latest Cybersecurity Framework draft.
In this exclusive video interview with Internal Audit Insights, MISTI's Dr. Murdock offers up key steps that internal auditors should take to remain relevant and continue to add value to the business.
Your change management process is tightened up and locked down, right? No, well, read on.
If you’re going to audit social media, then develop a method. Kate Mullin, a social engineering expert, shares a formulaic approach to begin thinking like a hacker and doing the reconnaissance a hacker would do so that you can protect your organization.
Cybersecurity teams have made advances against modern-day adversaries, but not at the pace they need to be to make a true impact against exponentially growing threats.
Data science can help analysts make more informed threat intelligence decisions...but only if it's integrated correctly.
Just like each area of a jungle gym needs solid attention (lest there be risks), so do the right areas of an audit require attention to maintain the health of a company.
Qualys's Mark Butler shares why CISOs must be more than security practitioners who keep their organization's data safe.
Change is hard no matter what. We’re more apt to change when we’ve made the rules. When we’re forced to change – like being subjected to an audit – that’s a large horse pill to swallow. But there are things that auditors can do to make that horse pill go down smoother.