• Losing Sleep in the C-Suite

    What’s causing cross-industry executives to lose sleep? Read more to learn what risks, threats and trends are considered the most worrisome to today’s top executives.

  • Security Matters to C-Suite

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    From the Corner Office – Insights from a Chief Information Security Officer


    This contributed byline from a CISO at a top-five U.S. carrier explains top attack trends from 2016 and managing expectations with executive leadership. Due to the collateral damage associated with successfully cyberattacking a service provider, it’s no surprise that these organizations are facing an increased likelihood of being attacked.

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  • All businesses are potential targets, and the boardroom is beginning to understand just what and how much are at stake. Since 2012, IDC has seen a sharp increase in the frequency, bandwidth volume, and application orientation of attacks. With these types of attacks on the rise, organizations need to be aware of, and take steps to protect their infrastructure from the advanced methods today's attackers use."

    Christian Christiansen, Program Vice President, Security Products & Services IDC
  • GDPR Compliancy: A Global Change Is On Its Way

    What are the costs of actually “cleaning” up after a cyber-attack? What are the potential impacts of these assaults on business, and do partners who interact or share networks with a business pose a security threat? To find out, Radware conducted a survey of more than 200 C-level security executives from the U.S. and United Kingdom.

    Security Risks Equal Business Risks

    What are the costs of actually “cleaning” up after a cyber-attack? What are the potential impacts of these assaults on business, and do partners who interact or share networks with a business pose a security threat? To find out, Radware conducted a survey of more than 200 C-level security executives from the U.S. and United Kingdom.

    6 Cyber Security Concerns of C-Suite Executives

    The role of today’s information security executive is, in many ways, an unenviable position. The pressure to protect sensitive data and systems from a rapidly advancing threat landscape is enough to frustrate any CIO/CISO. The challenges of this role make the input and perspective of these executives particularly interesting. Recognizing the weight of this audience’s perspective, Radware conducted a survey of more than 200 C-level security executives from the U.S. and United Kingdom. The goal: to understand their greatest challenges, threats and opportunities when it comes to information security.

    DDoS Attack Insights from a Chief Information Security Officer

    This contributed byline from a CISO at a top-five U.S. carrier explains top attack trends from 2016 and managing expectations with executive leadership. Due to the collateral damage associated with successfully cyberattacking a service provider, it’s no surprise that these organizations are facing an increased likelihood of being attacked.

    To Pay or Not to Pay: Ransom-Based Cyber-Attacks on the Rise

    Like a flu bug that morphs and mutates only to come back stronger, ransomware is here to stay. Unfortunately, there is no vaccine to stop this type of malware and much of its staying power can be attributed to the creativity of its authors.

    The Changing Workforce: Automation & the Role of Ex-Hackers

    With cyber defenses succumbing to a dizzying array of attack vectors and new techniques, the security professionals fighting the battles of 21st century cyber wars will look and think a lot differently than those of the past.

    Cyber Security Recommendations from the C-Suite

    C-level executives are relying on new technologies and best practices to fight fire with fire. They’re turning to former enemies for help, getting more bang for the buck, and relying on automation to safeguard their organization’s most critical information assets.