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CISOs: How to improve cybersecurity in an ever-changing threat landscape

CyberSecurity Insiders

Everybody within an organization should work to establish and maintain good cybersecurity habits and measures, but much of the security burden falls on the chief information security officer (CISO). Below are some key insights for any CISO to take into consideration. Many security fundamentals are classics for a reason.

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Fake CISO Profiles on LinkedIn Target Fortune 500s

Krebs on Security

Someone has recently created a large number of fake LinkedIn profiles for Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) roles at some of the world’s largest corporations. It’s not clear who’s behind this network of fake CISOs or what their intentions may be. Of course, Sites is not the real CISO of Chevron.

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The Top Challenges Faced by CISOs in 2023

CyberSecurity Insiders

As the world continues to face unprecedented cyber threats, Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) are facing a growing number of challenges in their roles. In 2023, these challenges are likely to increase, and CISOs will have to be well-equipped to overcome them. Failure to do so can result in hefty fines and penalties.

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Why CISOs change jobs

CSO Magazine

Being a CISO is a hard job. You must constantly balance business, technology, and regulatory requirements against things like employee and adversary behavior. You can be a superstar, build a world-class cybersecurity program, and follow best practices, providing exceptional protection for the organization.

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GUEST ESSAY: Could CISOs be on the verge of disproving the ‘security-as-a-cost-center’ fallacy?

The Last Watchdog

So how will this affect chief information security officers (CISOs) and security programs? Given the perennial skills and staffing shortage in security, it’s unlikely that CISOs will be asked to make deep budget or staffing cuts, yet they may not come out of this period unscathed. Related: Attack surface management takes center stage.

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CISOs laxity towards cybersecurity is leading to more Cyber Attacks

CyberSecurity Insiders

Kelly Bissell, the Vice President of Microsoft Security disclosed his mind at the SiberX CISO Forum Canada and stated that the thinking of Chief Information Security Officer (CISOs) is leaving organizations vulnerable to sophistication filled cyber-attacks.

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Cybersecurity Insights with Contrast CISO David Lindner | 3/3

Security Boulevard

I recommend keeping an eye out for your current policy and any changes that may be coming, like splitting out “Technology Errors and Omissions” into its own policy which would include security vulnerabilities leading to a breach." The post Cybersecurity Insights with Contrast CISO David Lindner | 3/3 appeared first on Security Boulevard.

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