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A data breach has impacted Maine State Police’s information sharing database for federal, state and local law enforcement officials, the agency confirmed late Friday. [Read More]
Many companies view the SOC as a key part of their security strategy, but SOC staff complain about high stress and the lack of proper tools. [Read More]
Tanium and Salesforce have come together in a strategic relationship to help solve one of today's most compelling and urgent problems: how does security manage a workforce that has migrated from in-house company desktops to remote personal devices. [Read More]
Australian beverage company Lion says there is no evidence that hackers have stolen information from its systems, but the hackers claim they have and are threatening to leak it. [Read More]
California voters will weigh in this November on whether to expand a landmark data privacy law, alter a decades-old law that limits property taxes on businesses and exempt ride-hail giants Uber and Lyft from a new state labor law. [Read More]
Siemens this week announced that it is acquiring UltraSoC Technologies, a provider of analytics and monitoring solutions for SoCs. [Read More]
SecurityWeek’s Enterprise Lockdown will allow attendees from around the world to immerse themselves in a virtual world to learn about and discuss the latest cybersecurity threats and challenges facing enterprise organizations. [Read More]
The cybercriminals behind the Maze ransomware claim they hacked LG and obtained highly sensitive information. [Read More]
Zoom has appointed Jason Lee, who previously served as senior vice president of security operations at Salesforce, as its CISO. [Read More]
Morocco says it is investigating a journalist for receiving "foreign funding" for "intelligence services" days after rights group Amnesty alleged the government had used Israeli spyware to bug his phone. [Read More]

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Marc Solomon's picture
As security professionals, the power of human creativity, sharing and collaboration can help overcome challenges and keep businesses moving forward safely.
Joshua Goldfarb's picture
Even in toxic work environments, the security team must work to minimize risk and defend the organization from information security threats.
Marie Hattar's picture
Organizations should regularly put security products, processes and people to the test, and the reward is better, more efficient protection against attacks.
Marc Solomon's picture
The LEAD threat intelligence framework is a perfect example of the symbiosis between technology and people to strengthen security posture.
Joshua Goldfarb's picture
With the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, business continuity, supply chain risk, and remote access have come to the forefront as security challenges that the business must deal with.
Gunter Ollmann's picture
Cyber range scenarios provide real insights into an organization’s capabilities and resilience against threats, along with the confidence to tackle them when they occur.
Marc Solomon's picture
It’s up to humans, guided by instinct, intelligence and experience, to determine the right data, so they can focus on what matters to the organization, make better decisions and take the right actions.
Laurence Pitt's picture
We’ve seen a shift away from ‘common themes’ across the RSA Conference to real development in plenty of new areas that truly advance cybersecurity.
Joshua Goldfarb's picture
How many times have you met someone full of promises and big on talk, only to be disappointed by what results from your engagement with them.
Marc Solomon's picture
When you’re at RSAC next week remember the “Human Element” is a great lens through which you can view and help assess the value of companies you partner with for security.