Lohrmann on Cybersecurity
The topic of cyber staffing shortages is a hot issue that has grown hotter during the pandemic. So what are some of the latest trends, newer perspectives and opportunities available?
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What have we learned so far regarding cybersecurity from the Russia-Ukraine war and related cyber incidents around the world? Let’s explore.
Cyber insurance is only getting more expensive, and the market is changing dramatically, with more changes to come. So what trends will drive adoption, rates and the wider future of cyber insurance?
New mandated reporting of major cyber incidents for all owners and operators of U.S. critical infrastructure seems closer than ever, thanks to new bills that are supported by the White House.
Vitaliy Panych, the California chief information security officer, discusses cyber defenses and government strategic plans, plus his his career and tech priorities.
Some global experts are predicting a significant cyber attack against U.S. and UK critical infrastructure if Russia invades Ukraine. Whether it happens or not, is your organization prepared for this scenario?
In this interview, Kansas Chief Information Security Officer Jeff Maxon covers wide-ranging topics from his cyber career to Kansas' priorities like whole-of-state cybersecurity.
People changed jobs in record numbers in 2021, and 2022 is projected to bring more of the same. So what’s behind these trends? Let’s explore with the results of a new study from PlanBeyond.
Recent cyber attacks against Ukrainian websites have focused global attention on the potential for wider online conflict. So what are the new cyber threats and potential scenarios to be prepared for?
There were new developments in 2021 regarding implanting microchips into humans. So what plans were announced for 2022? And just as important, what are the privacy and security ramifications?