Vulnerabilities and breaches make mainstream news regularly. With a new vulnerability seemingly discovered daily, it can be difficult for security teams to decipher which should be taken more seriously (i.e., patch now!) and which are overhyped.
When a security incident occurs, you and your team need real-world context and perspective into what happened along with guidelines to mitigate risk. This piece details how IANS Faculty Tech Briefings help you gain insight and guidance into breaking threats,
pressing vulnerabilities, breaches & events.
The Challenge: How to Prioritize Breaking Cybersecurity Incidents
Concerns over new versions of cyberattacks, large-scale exploitations of vulnerabilities and increasing global ransomware threats have all exacerbated an already dynamic threat environment. Our research found that companies cited suffering a security
incident as one of the top-three reasons for an increase in security budget.
Major cybersecurity news stories can command or distract your attention, running the security gamut - from a specific vulnerability to a new threat actor. It can be overwhelming to keep up with all the cybersecurity updates, news and alerts and not develop
‘security fatigue.’ Moreover, most news sites inform and educate rather than present actionable solutions. Compounding the issue is the fact that there will always be stories that will not make the WSJ but still require CISOs and security
teams to take action.
Access Hands-on Security Incident Guidance
IANS Tech Briefings were developed to address must-know topics on a regular cadence and provide actionable practical guidance on how to tackle current vulnerabilities. Tech Briefings feature Faculty’s curated analysis of critical topics in webinar
and written format. Previous Tech Briefings topics on breaking cybersecurity news include:
- Critical Windows RPC CVE-2022-26809 flaw
- Active Exploitation of Critical Spring4Shell Vulnerability
- Feds: APTs Have Tools That Can Take Over Critical Infrastructure
- Google Chrome emergency update fixes zero-day used in attacks
- Okta investigating claims of customer data breach from Lapsus$ group
- TikTok ban considerations
- Treasury: Cloud Risks to FinServ
- Atlassian Data leak
Be Response Ready with Live Faculty Guidance
IANS Tech Briefings help you sift through the noise and focus on the must-see news that should be on a CISO’s radar. These weekly briefings are delivered as bite-sized webinars that are led by members of the IANS Faculty. As an attendee, you can
expect actionable tips and practitioner-based guidance to help validate your security strategy and mitigate risk.
Stay Ahead of Security Vulnerabilities and Breaches
Cybersecurity incidents make headlines almost daily. IANS Tech Briefings keep you on top of relevant headlines to help security teams make informed, actionable decisions.
Not an IANS client? Get in touch to learn more about our Tech Briefing and additional resources available to help you navigate the security landscape.
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connection with such information, opinions, or advice.