Cybersecurity Weekly: 11.2.22

 How To Prepare For New SEC Cybersecurity Disclosure Requirements

“In early 2022, the SEC issued a proposal to amend its cybersecurity rules that set out new ways to report and disclose security incidents. The SEC claims it wants to better inform investors about organizations’ risk management strategy and cyber governance, but to some organizations, the proposal can feel like yet another regulatory workload.” READ MORE 

Zero-Trust Has Changed Cybersecurity Forever

“Zero-trust represents the biggest shift the industry has undergone in recent memory. Gartner anticipates spending on zero-trust to more than double between now and 2025 to $1.674 billion. The U.S. government has also made it mandatory for all federal agencies to adopt zero-trust by 2024. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has also been told to build a playbook for the private sector.” READ MORE

 5 Lesser-Known Cyber Threats That You Should Be Aware of in 2023

“Every team member in an organization needs to be aware of potential cracks that cybercriminals can slip through. The following, albeit not very common, are potentially damaging to any business:  Cryptojacking,  Drive-by downloads, IoT device cyberattacks, Cross-site scripting (XSS), and Zero-day attacks.” READ MORE

How Elon Musk’s Twitter Buy Raises Cybersecurity Risks For The Rest Of Us

“For all the worries that Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter will roll back limits on hate speech and misinformation, the acquisition also presents major cybersecurity concerns. Now that a critical public communications network has become private property, there are five major cyber risks that have to be accounted for, both within the network and beyond.” READ MORE