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National Cybersecurity Awareness Month has grown into a global effort, with both individuals and organizations taking part — and for good reason.
Based on survey responses from the Global Knowledge 2021 IT Skills and Salary Survey, this year’s top-paying certifications reveal a strong emphasis on particular topics, such as cloud computing and cybersecurity. In fact, cloud and IT security make up the four top-paying credentials on this list.
Look back at the some of the highest paying IT certifications of 2020.
Despite an organization's best efforts to prevent downtime and avoid compromises, failures will still happen from time to time. “I am convinced that there are only two types of companies: those that have been hacked, and those that will be,” said Robert Mueller, former FBI Director, in a statement. “Even that is merging into one category: those that have been hacked and will be again.” So, what is your organization doing about it? How do you plan for failures and security breaches?
Many employees are not as well-versed in their company’s security policy as they should be. This may result in workers performing tasks that might seem innocent or benign on the surface, but which actually put the organization at risk of a security breach. Understanding what you are doing (as an employee) or what your users are doing (as a boss or manager), can help you work toward a viable resolution to these situations. In most cases, user behavior changes as well as implementation of new technological solutions can curb exposure to risk and increase security policy compliance.
The Internet is not a safe place. We see that more than ever with the security breaches of businesses and individuals in the news on a daily basis. As Internet citizens, we need to take our protection into our own hands, as obviously most online services are not doing their best to protect us.
Digital transformation has bred equal parts innovation and risk. And it’s not just the IT department that’s been disrupted—technology is now the most critical risk factor for the entire organization.
Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) certification validates the skills necessary to manage, design and assess an enterprise’s information security
This quick reference guide will highlight the various certification tracks to help you find your path through the EC-Council programs.
If you've ever found yourself jumping through a series of ever-smaller hoops in order to design security groups and folder hierarchies that let you control file system access the way you want, Dynamic Access Control could be an eminently useful feature. The built-in Active Directory attributes and resource properties are a great start, and eventually you can create your own and build access control rules that match your needs exactly. The promise of the File Classification Infrastructure that got our attention back in 2009 has evolved into a practical reality for building almost any access control scheme you can dream up.