As online criminal activity continues to increase, the front line of this battle now includes your entire company. This is especially the case with remote working and Cloud-based services now commonplace throughout the tech world.
While they are many different types of cyber crime, ransomware remains the one keeping SecOps professionals up at night. Typically used for extortion purposes, ransomware essentially forces businesses and governmental agencies offline until a ransom
Sourcing experienced cybersecurity professionals remains difficult in the current job market. After all, organizations of all sizes need SecOps talent to help protect their technical infrastructures from cyber crime. So don’t expect this historically high
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic made remote working commonplace, many forward-looking tech employers already followed the practice. Ultimately, the fact most companies maintained productivity levels with a remote workforce means telecommuting isn’t going away. While
It seems news about a new cybersecurity breach causing an adverse impact to a business goes public every week. Of course, this doesn’t take into account cyber attacks on smaller companies that stay below the
With data breaches regularly in the news, you might wonder how these incidents affect your own cybersecurity career. It seems the publicity of cyber crime causes many companies to increase the investment in their SecOps