“While technical expertise is crucial, soft skills are equally vital for a successful CISO,” according to Dennis Leber. In the first of this two-part series, he breaks down the key role security players play in “safeguarding critical assets while spearheading innovation and growth.”
The human element can be either the weakest link or the most robust defense in cybersecurity, according to Dennis Leber. In this piece, he identifies best practices in improving behaviors and talks about what it takes to foster a “security-conscious culture.”
For cybersecurity leaders, learning “how to foster innovation while ensuring robust defenses against ever-evolving threats” has become quite the dilemma, according to Dennis Leber. In this piece, he identifies the key threats and shares advice on how to mitigate them.
In the constantly evolving world of cyberattacks, the new holy grail is gaining access to credentials – which bad actors are accomplishing by identifying and targeting the most vulnerable parties, said our panelists in a recent discussion. “Everybody wants credentials.”
The discussions CISOs are having aren’t just about frameworks and vulnerability scans; they’re focused on the partnerships that need to be created and nurtured, their strategies for recruiting and retaining talent, and the continued evolution of IT security leadership roles.