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Most Commented Content posted in October 2018
The Case for MarDevSecOps
Commentary  |  10/30/2018  | 
Why security must lead the integration of marketing into the collaborative security and development model in the cloud.
3 Keys to Reducing the Threat of Ransomware
Commentary  |  10/26/2018  | 
Following these steps could mean the difference between an inconvenience and a multimillion-dollar IT system rebuild -- for the public and private sectors alike.
The Three Dimensions of the Threat Intelligence Scale Problem
Commentary  |  10/17/2018  | 
To succeed, organizations must be empowered to reduce their attack surface and staff overload so they can get more out of their existing firewall and threat intelligence investments.
Spooking the C-Suite: The Ephemeral Specter of Third-Party Cyber-Risk
Commentary  |  10/31/2018  | 
Halloween movies are the perfect metaphor for breaking down today's scariest supplier breach tropes.
The Browser Is the New Endpoint
Commentary  |  10/23/2018  | 
Given the role browsers play in accessing enterprise applications and information, it's time to rethink how we classify, manage, and secure them.
Good Times in Security Come When You Least Expect Them
Commentary  |  10/23/2018  | 
Not every cybersecurity endeavor can have a huge impact. But a small percentage of your efforts can still produce results that blow you away.
AppSec Is Dead, but Software Security Is Alive & Well
Commentary  |  10/29/2018  | 
Application security must be re-envisioned to support software security. It's time to shake up your processes.
Putting Security on Par with DevOps
Commentary  |  10/3/2018  | 
Inside the cloud, innovation and automation shouldn't take a toll on protection.
Getting Up to Speed with "Always-On SSL"
Commentary  |  10/18/2018  | 
Websites can avoid the negative consequences of a "not secure" label from Google Chrome 68 by following four AOSSL best practices.
Securing Serverless: Attacking an AWS Account via a Lambda Function
Commentary  |  10/25/2018  | 
Its not every day that someone lets you freely wreak havoc on their account just to find out what happens when you do.
Audits: The Missing Layer in Cybersecurity
Commentary  |  10/18/2018  | 
Involving the audit team ensures that technology solutions are not just sitting on the shelf or being underutilized to strategically address security risks.
Risky Business: Dark Reading Caption Contest Winners
Commentary  |  10/19/2018  | 
Phishing, anti-shoulder surfing, Russia and other hysterical identity management puns and comments. And the winners are ...
4 Ways to Fight the Email Security Threat
Commentary  |  10/15/2018  | 
It's time to reimagine employee training with fresh, more aggressive approaches that better treat email security as a fundamentally human problem.
Lessons Learned from the Facebook Breach: Why Logic Errors Are So Hard to Catch
Commentary  |  10/9/2018  | 
By ensuring that each layer of protection scours an application for unintended uses, you can find the flaws before the bad guys do.
Threat Hunters & Security Analysts: A Dynamic Duo
Commentary  |  10/12/2018  | 
Fighting spying with spying, threat hunters bring the proactive mindset of network reconnaissance and repair to the enterprise security team.
CISOs: How to Answer the 5 Questions Boards Will Ask You
Commentary  |  10/2/2018  | 
As boards learn the importance of cybersecurity, certain issues arise on a regular basis. These tips can help you address them.
Stop Saying 'Digital Pearl Harbor'
Commentary  |  10/2/2018  | 
Yes, there are serious dangers posed by malevolent nation-states. But the hype is distracting us from the reality of the threats.
New Domains: A Wide-Open Playing Field for Cybercrime
Commentary  |  10/9/2018  | 
As bad actors increasingly exploit new domains for financial gain and other nefarious purposes, security teams need to employ policies and practices to neutralize the threat in real time. Here's why and how.


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