cybersecurity


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cybersecurity

The protection of data and systems in networks that are connected to the Internet. See information security and DOD cyberspace glossary.
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Federal and state agencies offer law enforcement, military and intelligence careers that require deep cybersecurity expertise.
The agency's Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations released Monday a Risk Alert detailing results of its Cybersecurity 2 initiative in which the agency examined 75 firms registered with the SEC to assess how the firms are implementing cybersecurity measures.
The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) and international cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab vowed on Thursday to combat the escalating number of cyberattacks against businesses in the Philippines through sharing of intelligence and technology between public and private sectors.
The presence of a company's data on the darknet, and the extent of that presence, is one measure of cybersecurity risk.
This clause should be structured so that, if a vendor suffers a cybersecurity incident, the vendor must notify the organization and cooperate in any forensic investigation necessary to determine the scope of the event.
Funded initially by a National Science Foundation grant, RVCC's Cybersecurity and Healthcare IT associate degree and certificate programs are the evolution of a health care-specific IT program the college had created in response to federal mandates for electronic health records and securing private patient health care data.
Respondents provided views on the state of their organizations' cybersecurity preparedness, upcoming trends, and information on matters such as the role of the board, the executive and senior management and, where chief information security officers (CISO) exist, the degree of influence and reporting line within their organizational structure.
In addition to posing fundamental business, security, contracting and reputational issues, cybersecurity presents a governance challenge for boards of directors.
The global study, Hacking the Skills Shortage, revealed the cybersecurity talent crisis exists in Australia, France, Germany, Israel, Japan, Mexico, the U.
The eleventh annual Law in the Boardroom Study, based on a survey of 345 general counsel and directors from FTI Consulting and NYSE Governance Services, showed that although cybersecurity is still the number one issue keeping respondents up at night, they have made strides in tamping down the angst.
Implementing a strong cybersecurity program requires a combination of governance, awareness and consistency.
A Guide to the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Cybersecurity Workforce Framework (2.