While security teams are tasked with securing their business's people, operations and assets, they're often faced with resistance from internal stakeholders when establishing their program budget.
For security leaders to successfully defend their funding, they must effectively communicate what security vulnerabilities are costing the business, know how their program supports each department, and learn how to counter common objections.
In our recent webinar, a panel of security experts shared valuable insights on how to get key stakeholders to understand why proper funding is critical to protect their organization's assets, employees and bottom line while ensuring business continuity.
By definition, critical infrastructure is vital. It needs to be operationally resilient, be able to reduce the potential attack surface, and minimize the new or expanding risks. Explore insights on how to secure critical infrastructure.
Critical infrastructure forms the fabric of our society, providing power for our homes and businesses, fuel for our vehicles, and medical services that preserve human health.
With the acceleration of digital transformation spurred by the pandemic, larger and larger volumes of critical infrastructure and services have become increasingly connected. Operational technology (OT) serves a critical role as sensors in power plants, water treatment facilities, and a broad range of industrial environments.
Top Takeaways for Preparing for and Managing a Ransomware Attack with NISTIR 8374
Your organization likely adheres to at least some National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standards. Unfortunately, that approach alone isn't enough to protect you against ransomware.
To that end, NIST has released a framework, NISTIR 8374, that specifically covers the process of preparing for and managing a ransomware attack. I recently co-hosted a presentation on the framework with my colleague Asad Ali, Director of Technology at Thales. Here are our top takeaways.
Predictions from technology experts
Cybersecurity is already one of the biggest pain points for businesses. Indeed, cyber-criminal activity often outpaces business security efforts, resulting in a requirement for teams to constantly adapt to an ever-evolving threat landscape.
Now, faced with new macroeconomic issues, such as the continued financial instability, and the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war, the impact on the cyber landscape has been unprecedented. Globally, cyber attacks increased by 125% between 2021 and 2022 - and this upward trend will likely continue into 2023. So, as this year draws to a close, the attention of business leaders must turn to protection for the year ahead.
With the start of a new year, LogRhythm is announcing our 2023 cybersecurity predictions! This is a tradition at LogRhythm, as each year our executives reveal cyber threats organizations across the globe may potentially face.
Looking back at our 2022 and 2021 security predictions, many of these indeed came true! This year, we have several thoughts to share about new or evolving threat tactics, along with predictions for what challenges organizations will encounter and how they may respond.
Eight 2023 cybersecurity predictions
In this blog, we will dive into cybersecurity predictions for you to be aware of in 2023. You can also tune into our webinar featuring LogRhythm security experts as they deep dive into the predictions and provide tips for how you can prepare for what may come.
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