Your risk-management strategy needs to change at the pace of business. Here are some new ways to think about and approach the issue.
Layered security only works if the layers are, y'know, secure.
Hobbs, Kerckhoffs and Shannon were right: Security by obscurity is no security at all.
Insider threats are getting worse. Will AI and machine learning be able to help?
Shadow IT could be a far bigger problem than you first thought.
AI is not the answer for cybersecurity. Here's why your organization should consider crowd-hacking, and how to get started.
When collecting and storing private data, be clear why. And guard against mission creep, lest you lose your users' trust.
The moral of the story: Actually, “Never lie to a reporter. They’ll know,” pretty much covers it.
Companies that use Kubernetes commercially were protected before they knew there was a problem. Here's why you should shift your security upstream.
The morale of the story: User-controlled endpoints are not secure! Design for an adversarial world; pen-test and and red-team the result.

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