Convincing executive stakeholders that even the tiniest cyber-incident can lead to big disasters.

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We published an article recently about how many senior information security professionals, be they CISOs or CIOs, are worried about their systems being vulnerable to breach. One of the main problems is getting senior stakeholders, like the Board or the executive management team, to buy into your information security strategy. We shared a few approaches on how to address this ubiquitous problem.

Achieving executive buy-in on information security policies is much more difficult than ...

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Cybersecurity budget: CISO advice for getting your Board of Directors to take notice

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There are many CISOs and CSOs out there hiding their proverbial sweaty palms.

They’re stressed out, worried that it is just a matter of time before their network gets caught up in some embarrassing data debacle – perhaps it will be ransomware, or a targeted attack or an insider leak.

And they know they will then truly be in the hot seat.

Thing is, for many, it is a fingers-crossed game, because ...

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CISOs, Do you have enough resources to do your jobs? No, we didn’t think so.

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Be honest – how many of you CISOs out there are relying on a kind of “Fingers Crossed” approach when it comes to protecting your most valuable organizational assets?

If you are nodding quietly in answer to this question, you’re not alone.

We get it. The role and responsibilities of the CISO have changed dramatically since the role’s inception in the 1990s.

20 years ago, CISOs were focused on securing and defending the network perimeter. This meant ensuring firewalls were configured properly, vulnerabilities ...

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Top 4 cybersecurity headaches plaguing Financial Services Institutions

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Most Financial Services Institutions (FSIs) have digital technology at their core. And a primary responsibility for most FSIs is “cyber-connect” customers – be they organizations or individuals – with their money simply and seamlessly.

FSIs need to counterbalance these speedy, frictionless transactional experiences against the thousand-pound gorilla in the room, a.k.a: cybersecurity risk.

This Deloitte article in the Wall Street Journal distills the problem well: “Amid the massive technological transformation now underway in financial services, companies are being asked to become ...

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How to hire a good CISO: a short – but informative – guide

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The deluge of cyberattacks hasn’t abated. Before we discuss what a CISO does and the different ways you can bring in CISO expertise into your organization, let’s take a quick at the current threat landscape.

As ever, we continue to be plummeted with scary news articles about companies suffering data breaches, ransomware attacks, dDoS attacks and vulnerability exploits.

It seems no industry is safe. We’ve read about attacks hitting hotels (Intercontinental), restaurants (Arby’s), telecommunications (Verifone, Verizon), healthcare ( Read More →

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Why you can’t find a good CISO for love or money (but we have a solution…)

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Are you one of those poor firms out there trying to hire some in-house cybersecurity expertise? Whomever you’re looking for – be it a senior representative, like CISO or CTO, or an IT administrator – we bet you’re having a hard time.

Even firms like TBG Security, where we can offer cutting-edge expertise, training and tools as well as a competitive remuneration packages, have to look really hard to find serious cybersecurity talent.

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