Dark Reading's December Tech Digest takes a look at the biggest stories (so far) of 2017 that shaped the cybersecurity landscape - from Russian hacking, ransomware's coming-out party, and voting machine vulnerabilities to the massive data breach of credit-monitoring firm Equifax.
Returning for its 20th year, Black Hat USA will deliver programming dedicated to the very latest information security research, development and trends - covering everything from mobile hacking and critical smart grid flaws, to applied security and the truth about machine learning.
Security professionals and marketers should start treating social channels like dangerous security threats, and align strategies to fend against cyber attacks.
Interop ITX to debut at the MGM Grand Las Vegas in May 2017. The new General Manager, Meghan Reilly, and Review Board to build enhanced Conference program.
CIOs need vendors to act as a partner in developing a security strategy and educating users. Understand the product and its use case to determine which audience a vendor should approach.
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.
In the modern enterprise, chief information security officers need a broad mandate over security and risk management across all operational silos, not just the datacenter.
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.
This infographic provides highlights from Black Hat's attendee survey - covering top concerns, most time-consuming tasks, budget trends, and the fear of the Internet of Things. 460 top-level security experts were surveyed, including leading ethical hackers, IT security management, and technology developers.
Black Hat released its first-ever research report, which highlights the trends and pitfalls of the InfoSec world with responses from one of the most security-savvy audiences in the industry. The 2015 Black Hat Attendee Survey reveals a significant gap between the priorities and concerns as well as the actual expenditure of security resources in the average enterprise.