AuthorMarc Wilczek Digital Strategist & CIO Advisor
Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks have become more common, more powerful, and more useful to attackers. Here's how to fight back.
Organizations realize the scale of cyber-risk but lack counter-actions to build resilience.
Cyberecurity incidents expected to rise by nearly 70% and cost $5 trillion annually by 2024.
Despite increasing threats, many organizations continue to run with only token cybersecurity and resilience.
The old take-the-money-and-run approach has been replaced by siege tactics such as DDOS attacks and land-and-expand campaigns with multiple points of persistence and increased dwell time.
The world has embraced digital technology, but cybercrime is putting a serious dent in corporate finances, the FBI finds.
The convergence of OT and IP-based IT networks makes society more vulnerable, requiring CISOs to rethink defense.
GDPR-ready companies experience lower overall costs associated with data breaches, research finds.
Many small and midsize businesses work faster and harder than large enterprises, but they're just as vulnerable to cybercrime.
The paradigm shift toward always-on IT requires business leaders to rethink their defense strategy.