Organizations are struggling to handle data breaches, as their frequency in the news indicates. According to the Ponemon Institute and IBM’s 2014 report on corporate data loss prevention, the average cost of a data breach to a company was $3.5 million – 15 percent more than what it cost in 2013.1 It is evident from the number of high-profile data breaches like Sony, eBay, Target, and Anthem that a new approach is needed to protect critical assets. Many companies are relying on yesterday’s strategies to combat today’s threats. The evolving landscape of proliferating mobile devices . . .
TABLE OF CONTENTS
United States Cybersecurity Magazine
- Elite Russian Hackers: The Growing Threat
- Exploring Behavioral and Neuroscience Approaches to Cybersecurity: A Study of Phishing
- The Next Big Data Breach: Don’t Let It Be You!
- A-ISAC Cooperating to Protect Our Skies
- America’s Cyber Warriors: Appropriate Training at the Forefront
- Looking under the Hood of Cybersecurity Education
- Growing the Silver Bullet
- Colorado Springs: A Beautiful City for Cybersecurity
- Improving Your Cybersecurity Posture with Enterprise Architecture
- SOME UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF COLLABORATING
- A CIRO’s-Eye View of Digital Risk Management
- How to Increase Your CEO and Board’s Cybersecurity Literacy
- A Time for American Leadership in Cybersecurity