How crisis communications factor into a cyberattack
Op-ed: Wire CEO Morten Brøgger wonders why CIOs and CISOs wait until its too late to stand up secure communications inside their enterprise.
In the dark about 'going dark'
Opinion: A former government official asks how could encryption statistics — cited repeatedly by the nation's top law enforcement officials — be so wrong for so long?
Cybersecurity policymaking is out of focus. Bureaucracy hackers can help.
Op-Ed: Most of the time, policymaking is a reactionary process. By then, it's already too late. Imagine if we had someone proactively identifying trouble spots down the road. That could change everything.
The new organization needed to digitally protect the U.S.
Op-Ed: Mike Janke asks how much longer can we continue to tolerate the daily theft of our nation's secrets and innovations? The answer doesn’t lie with our government, nor with commercial firms. There is a better way.
10 ways to secure sensitive information on AWS
Op-ed: Skyhigh Networks' Sekhar Sarukkai looks at how enterprises should protect themselves in order to avoid a repeat of the Deep Root Analytics incident.
Why a global cybersecurity Geneva convention is not going to happen
Op-ed: Dave Aitel says there are so many problems with the way governments deal with cybersecurity that a universally agreed-upon set of norms is a pipe dream.