A security group should help lift the organization into a positive, proactive attitude and work security into all aspects of development and operations.
During Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the Software Integrity Group hosted Security Week 2019, with presentations, guest speakers, and a capture-the-flag.
What are ethical hackers, and why do we need them? Ethical hacking allows you to see how your systems might be breached, but it goes far beyond pen testing.
We asked some experts how to prevent ransomware attacks. They explained how to defend against ransomware attacks, and how to recover if all else fails.
Ransomware attacks on cities are on the rise. The latest ransomware attacks of 2019 suggest that international organized criminals are behind the epidemic.
Secure coding training isn’t required in most computer science programs. How can you fill the gaps in your developers’ education without slowing them down?
Ransomware payments might seem like a quick solution to get back on your feet after an attack. But paying the attackers just makes the problem worse.
How can organizations prevent ransomware attacks? The Atlanta and Baltimore attacks prove that patch management and employee training should take priority.
The cybersecurity executive order of 2019 is meant to boost cyber security skills and improve national defense against growing cyber threats. Will it work?
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We sat down with some women in tech recently to find out what progress the industry’s made in achieving gender balance—and what it could be doing better.
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