IT Security: The CSO’s Ever-Changing Problem
As Chief Security Officer, you know IT security isn’t just something you set and forget. Cybersecurity is an ongoing effort, and there’s a lot to worry about. From malicious intruders, to insider threat intentional and accidental, to disaster recovery and business continuity.
Attacker trends change, best practices update, and big projects often mean you’re left scrambling to keep your IT secure and compliant while the business pushes forward.
Attacks Come from All Angles
Modern attackers threaten companies’ IT every way they can. If you’re tasked with keeping them out and your systems safe, you’ve got everything on the line, but often don’t have the resources. It’s a tough spot to be in, and security’s the kind of thing where when everything is going well, you often find other business units that don’t understand the risk looking to understand why you’re more than just an expense.
But when things go wrong, it’s you who has to be ready to restore data, halt a breach, diagnosing the cause — and then training the users to help prevent a reoccurrence.
You don’t have to struggle alone. Find out how a security partner can take work off your plate and change everything.
What to Do in a Data Loss Event
Protecting your data and understanding how you recover from a data loss event is key for any IT department. Even the best security practices can’t anticipate every possibility. Here are four threats it’s hard to protect your data against.
Cloud Security: Four Steps to Staying Safe
The cloud offers companies real value. That much is indisputable. Access and direct business operations from anywhere. Share and collaborate on documents with built-in version control. Reduce your physical IT architecture requirements.
Staying Safe with Microsoft: A CSO’s Guide
Being responsible for IT security means understanding a lot of systems and staying on top of security trends. Even the Microsoft ecosystem is vast enough on its own to require expert, current knowledge to navigate. This eBook takes you through a number of must-know security scenarios around Microsoft technologies that any CSO can learn from.