Five New Year’s Resolutions to Help CISOs Improve Enterprise Security in 2018

As we turn the page to 2018, organizations and their CISOs should commit to improving the way they consider, manage, communicate and respond to cybersecurity issues. That means introducing cognitive technology into the security environment, educating top leadership about cyber risks, promoting a culture of security awareness throughout all levels of the organization, conducting data breach simulations and tabletop exercises to hone incident response capabilities, and measuring the progress and maturity of security activities.

If you survived 2017 — a year full of data breaches, ransomware, distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks and a multitude of other high-profile security incidents — you deserve a pat on the back. Some of us weathered the storm thanks to our careful preparations, the security controls we deployed, the incident response strategies we practiced and the recovery mechanisms we put in place. The rest of us can thank our lucky stars that things didn’t turn out for the worse.

Five Enterprise Security Resolutions for 2018

No matter how you navigated the treacherous threat landscape during the past year, it’s time for all of us in information security to make our New Year’s resolutions. If you’d rather not leave the fate of your organization to luck in 2018, here are five resolutions for chief information security officers (CISOs) to apply in the new year. Continue reading at SecurityIntelligence.com