Shared InfoSec Language Fosters Shared InfoSec Goals

While most business leaders agree that cybersecurity has significant value, determining exactly where and how to spend company dollars on training and infrastructure continues to be a point of disagreement within organizations. Intelligent communication using a shared vocabulary, according to a recent Focal Point Data Risk report by the Cyentia Institute, is vital to achieving consensus, and a comprehensive security plan. As the barriers between the c-suite and IS department continue to diminish, thanks, in part, to widespread adoption of a chief information security officer…
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Are Third-Party Vendors the Weakest Link in your Cyber Security Chain?

So, you’ve invested in a top-rate data security system, and hired the best CISO (Chief Information Security Officer) imaginable, but have you ever audited the security of the computers used by your attorneys and accountants…to whom you disclose your company’s most confidential and sensitive information? Well, you should. As recently reported in the Wall Street Journal, today’s largest financial institutions are now putting law firms to the test when it comes to the security of the information provided to their attorneys. And, rightly so, as…
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