When trying to handle a cybersecurity talent shortage at your business, a critical question typically arises. Do you provide SecOps training to your current employees or simply source and hire new candidates? Of course, the
As cyber crime increases all over the business world, a new approach to cybersecurity is gaining popularity. Zero trust architecture moves the focus of SecOps from the network perimeter to the application, microservice, or data
In this current environment, some or all of your cybersecurity engineers probably work from their home offices. COVID-19 made remote working the new normal throughout the business world. At the same time, companies struggling to
With only two months left in 2021, it’s now a great time to upgrade your cybersecurity skills. Companies across nearly all business sectors need to protect their IT assets from those nefarious cyber criminals. Because
With cyber crime a regular occurrence in the news, it’s not surprising the demand for SecOps professionals remains high. Ultimately, a proactive staffing approach helps your company source and hire the cybersecurity talent it needs.
A recent innovation in building cybersecurity teams leverages a color-coded system, defining each team as red, blue, or purple. Understanding the definitions of each color and how they interact informs your organization’s SecOps work. Over