Cybersecurity Weekly: 2.24.23

Cybersecurity Weekly: 2.24.23

This week’s top picks in Cybersecurity-focused news coverage…

Why Employers Need A Cybersecurity Policy For Their Employees’ Personal Devices 

“Today’s threats are increasingly directed at individual employees, and many employers are not prepared — companies need to implement a ‘bring your own device policy’ to monitor and protect employees’ personal devices before it’s too late..” READ MORE

Why Security Culture Is Key To Cybersecurity Resilience 

“Just as the immune system helps protect against harmful bacteria and viruses, organizations too need to build immunity to not only defend against external and internal threats, but to train people and build the processes and technologies to respond, recover, learn and emerge stronger from cyberattacks, disruptions, leaks and data breaches.” READ MORE

How Cybersecurity Executives Make The Case For Continued Tech Investments In A Tough Economy 

“Cybersecurity executives have enjoyed a nice run of receiving the financial resources they need to keep their organizations protected against attacks. But given the current economic uncertainty, many will likely need to rethink their approach to investments in tools and services… Whether the economic downturn is a temporary dip lasting one to two quarters or a prolonged period of austerity, CISOs need to demonstrate that they are operating as a cautious financial steward of capital…” READ MORE

NIST Plots Biggest Ever Reform Of Cybersecurity Framework 

“Meanwhile, a new ‘Govern’ function will join the existing five precepts – Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover – with the aim of positioning cybersecurity risk alongside other enterprise risks such as threats to financial stability. The new function would include determination of the priorities and risk tolerances of the organization, its customers, and larger society; assessment of cybersecurity risks and impacts; the establishment of cybersecurity policies and procedures; and an evaluation of cybersecurity roles and responsibilities.” READ MORE

Five Cybersecurity Threats Affecting Businesses in February 2023 

“Already in 2023, threat actors and groups have introduced new tactics to target and steal organizations’ sensitive data. As a result, companies need to be more aware of potential deficiencies in their overall cybersecurity strategy. Threat hunt queries, offered as part of Marcum Technology’s SOC services, are key to identifying potential threats in an organization’s environment.” READ MORE


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