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Most Commented Content posted in June 2017
Talking Cyber-Risk with Executives
Partner Perspectives  |  6/23/2017  | 
Explaining risk can be difficult since CISOs and execs dont speak the same language. The key is to tailor your message for the audience.
Threat Intelligence Sharing: The New Normal?
Commentary  |  6/23/2017  | 
The spirit of cooperation seems to be taking hold as demonstrated by the growing number of thriving services and organizations whose sole purpose is to analyze specific threats against specific communities.
WannaCry? Youre Not Alone: The 5 Stages of Security Grief
Commentary  |  6/22/2017  | 
As breach after breach hits the news, security professionals cope with the classic experiences of denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.
Dark Reading INsecurity Conference Registration Now Open
Commentary  |  6/21/2017  | 
November event will focus on attendee interaction, "blue team" best practices.
Compliance in the Cloud Needs To Be Continuous & Automated
Partner Perspectives  |  6/27/2017  | 
Complex IT environments require timely visibility into risk and compliance.
Why Enterprise Security Needs a New Focus
Commentary  |  6/29/2017  | 
The WannaCry ransomware attack shows patching and perimeter defenses aren't enough. Enterprises should combine preventative measures with threat detection tactics.
The Case for Crowdsourcing Security Buying Decisions
Commentary  |  6/30/2017  | 
Why our industry needs a sharing platform with open and transparent access to peer knowledge, meaningful metrics, and transparency around security products and services
By the Numbers: Parsing the Cybersecurity Challenge
Commentary  |  6/14/2017  | 
Why your CEO should rethink company security priorities in the drive for digital business growth.
Cybersecurity Fact vs. Fiction
Commentary  |  6/20/2017  | 
Based on popular media, it's easy to be concerned about the security of smart cars, homes, medical devices, and public utilities. But how truly likely are such attacks?
Why Phishing Season Lasts All Year for Top US Retailers
Commentary  |  6/6/2017  | 
No major brand is immune from cyber squatters; the more popular the company, the more look-alike domains phishers register as bait. Here are some techniques to watch out for.
Why Compromised Identities Are ITs Fault
Commentary  |  6/7/2017  | 
The eternal battle between IT and security is the source of the problem.
The Detection Trap: Improving Cybersecurity by Learning from the Secret Service
Commentary  |  6/12/2017  | 
Intruders often understand the networks they target better than their defenders do.
Cyber Insurance: Read the Fine Print!
Partner Perspectives  |  6/15/2017  | 
Applying for insurance is a grueling process involving detailed questionnaires and lengthy technical interviews that can still leave you without an adequate safety net.
How to Succeed at Incident Response Metrics
Commentary  |  6/2/2017  | 
Establishing a baseline of what information you need is an essential first step.
Securely Managing Employee Turnover: 3 Tips
Commentary  |  6/5/2017  | 
Don't let the process spiral into organizational chaos. Here are steps you can take to keep your company safe.
Advice for Windows Migrations: Automate as Much as Possible
Commentary  |  6/6/2017  | 
The security lessons Riverside Health System learned when moving to Windows 7 will help it quickly move to Windows 10.
Your Information Isn't Being Hacked, It's Being Neglected
Commentary  |  6/9/2017  | 
To stop customer information from being compromised, we must shore up the most vulnerable parts first, the day-to-day IT operations work that builds, configures, and changes systems.
From Reporter to Private Investigator to Security Engineer
Commentary  |  6/8/2017  | 
How I fell in love with coding and traded in a camera-rigged Prius for a MacBook and a GitHub account.
Recovering from Bad Decisions in the Cloud
Commentary  |  6/26/2017  | 
The cloud makes it much easier to make changes to security controls than in traditional networks.
The Folly of Vulnerability & Patch Management for ICS Networks
Commentary  |  6/21/2017  | 
Yes, such efforts matter. But depending on them can give a false sense of security.
KPMG: Cybersecurity Has Reached a Tipping Point from Tech to CEO Business Issue
Commentary  |  6/22/2017  | 
Still, a majority of US-based chief execs say they will be maintaining and not investing in security technology over the next three years, a recent study shows.
Defining Security: The Difference Between Safety & Privacy
Commentary  |  6/28/2017  | 
Words matter, especially if you are making a case for new security measures, state-of-the-art technology or personnel.


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Robert Lemos, Contributing Writer,  11/25/2020
Why Vulnerable Code Is Shipped Knowingly
Chris Eng, Chief Research Officer, Veracode,  11/30/2020
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