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Cybersecurity News - March 2024
We commented on 120+ of the most impactful cybersecurity stories last year. Click here to see what’s new.
The Strange Story of NIST’s CSF 2.0
Dangerous Narrow Shave for DNS
LockBit Lockdown and Resurection
Microsoft, HPE Holistic mistakes
Holisitic Cybersecurity as a Service
Our simple 10-step system to disappear your risks. Includes our AI/ML Holistic Cybersecurity software. Click here.
CYBERSECURITY KNOWLEDGE BASE
More than the most comprehensive glossary of terms . . .
Our CyberPedia Page looks beyond the vested interest and bias to disect the latest cybersecurity terms and ideas. Click here to access.
- 318 Definitions of cybersecurity terms (March 2024)
- 100+ Threat Types
- 50 Defensive Tool Types
- 27 Packaged Solution Types
- 87 Acronyms
- Insider perspective separates actual functions from marketing hype
An Introduction to Holistic Cybersecurity
Most Cybersecurity services and products focus on Information Technology, selling branded solutions, missing critical actions, impacting the entire organization, leaving weak links to be exploited.
This new Holistic Approach To Cybersecurity covers all aspects of your organization, large & small, starting with the Exec team plus your suppliers and contractors.
Transformative not just informative, it gives guidance on 100 actions in the mind-bending world of Cybersecurity that moves faster than you can read about it. It looks at long-term causes, the latest scary threats covers the latest IT innovations and Zero Trust strategies to address these threats and reduce risk.
If it enables you to mitigate the most vulnerable threats to your organization’s existence, then this work will have succeeded.
I wrote this for those executives who have neither the time nor inclination to read it! If it’s not understood or adopted by the organization’s leadership, it will likely fail.
For CSO/CISOs it’s a checklist of what’s needed to implement Holistic Cybersecurity. If you are not part of the executive team or don’t have a dedicated security or IT resource, it will bring awareness of its holistic nature and delegation to providers.
The title of the book: “Hey, Who Left the Back Door Open?” The strength of the front door doesn’t matter if the back door is left open. Oh, and in today’s Cloud-oriented world, there are no walls, let alone a back door to defend – and anyway, the enemy is likely already inside!
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