Each year Dark Reading surveys cybersecurity professionals and asks them in-depth questions about the strategies they employ to deal with the effects of security breaches, set security policies, and determine security budgets. The resulting findings provide us with an insightful look at multi-year cybersecurity trends.
Dark Reading will host the Cybersecurity: Costs, Risks, and Benefits virtual event to provide a holistic view of the costs, risks and benefits of information security investments.
UBM's Dark Reading was named the top overall influencer and technology news source in Apollo Research's just released 'US CISO Influencer Report 2016'.
Dark Reading's Cyber Security: The Business View online event will gather some of cyber security's most widely-recognized researchers and experts for keynotes and sessions throughout the day.
UBM Tech's Dark Reading Finds Security Professionals are in High Demand, Launches a Job Board for Career Hunters
"As the number and sophistication of cyber attacks increases, so does the demand for IT security professionals." UBM Tech has launched the Dark Reading Job Board (jobs.darkreading.com); a new career resource that allows Dark Reading to serve as a trusted resource for security recruitment.
The Cyber Security Crash Course is a new, one-day event offered in conjunction with Interop Las Vegas. It's designed to help IT and security professionals quickly get caught up on the latest threats and defenses in all areas of cyber defense.
UBM Tech announces the new community-driven Dark Reading, the cyber security industry's top destination for news and insight. The redesigned site gives cyber security professionals an editorially-supported environment to connect with peers through moderated discussions, blogs and social media, giving the community equal share of voice with reporters and experts.
Metrics, data classification, governance, compliance—and vendors—are all part of the risk management equation. This new InformationWeek report dives into the unfortunate reality that many organizations are only paying ‘risk management lip service’ and aren’t making security decisions based on risk management metrics.