Okta is blaming the recent hack of its support system on an employee who logged into a personal Google account on a company-managed laptop.
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Industry commentary on the SEC lawsuit against SolarWinds and its CISO over cybersecurity and risk handling practices before the massive hack that came to light in late 2020.
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The SEC’s lawsuit against the CISO of SolarWinds is leaving CISOs across the industry spooked and reevaluating their roles.
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The SEC filed charges against SolarWinds and its CISO over misleading investors about its cybersecurity practices and known risks.
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Are whistleblowers traitors to the company, a danger to corporate brand image, and a form of insider threat? Or are they an early warning safety valve that can be used to strengthen cybersecurity and compliance?
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British startup is working on software to mitigate against the ‘wild west’ of unregulated AI apps harvesting company data at scale.
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How much do CISOs make? Survey provides compensation trends for Chief Information Security Officers, but don’t take surveys at full face value.
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Serial entrepreneurs bank an unusually large seed round to apply process mining techniques to solve security governance problems.
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CISO churn is a hidden cybersecurity threat. Major security initiatives or implementations can take longer than the residency of a single CISO, and constant churn can leave cracks or gaps in security.
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