CISO Robert Wood details three techniques to analyze security breaches so that organizations can prevent them in the future.
In episode 32, Chris looks at a new Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency post that focuses on three critical steps for advancing vulnerability management across the ecosystem in IT.
Security and data breaches aren’t all bad news; they’re also opportunities to build on lessons learned and correct deficiencies, as Chris explains.
Analyst Chrus Hughes takes a look at EPSS, a new approach to evaluating vulnerability that takes into account not only criticality and scores, but also exploitability.
Cybersecurity analyst Robert Wood explains how secure defaults save time and energy for engineers and development teams.
What’s in a vulnerability score? Chris Hughes explains what these are, where they come from, and how cybersecurity professionals should approach them.
When managing threats, no organization has the same exact needs. Robert Wood shares four factors to look at to help find solutions that fit, no matter the scenario.
In the Data Revolution podcast premiere episode, Pablo hosts CEO Joseph Derflinger and CTO See Wan Toong to discuss their studio’s new game ‘Reign of Terror.’
Chris addresses reports that more than 80% of Kubernetes API servers are exposed to the public internet.
As technological systems become more complex through Cloud, microservices, IoT, and more, the need for sound vulnerability management is even more paramount.
We explore the reasons for its infamous rise. Regardless, organizations need to increase efforts to secure app access.
Shortly on the heels of the Log4j is a new exploit in the Spring Framework, Spring4Shell. Here we explore what it is and how to mitigate it.
As a mode of communication for security teams, vulnerability reports require effective management but often involve a problematic process.
When faced with vulnerabilities, businesses often have to focus on the most severe cases. But, vulnerability management needs to go beyond these scoring frameworks.