Happy Cyber Monday, the biggest online shopping day of the year. As shoppers seize the bargain buys and plug in their valuable payment card information, we hope they will take a step back and make sure they are practicing good cyber security hygiene. Retailers should also make sure they are doing their part to protect […]
You may recall our two recently released reports – Reporting to the Board: Where CISOs and The Board are Missing the Mark and How Boards of Directors Really Feel About Cyber Security Reports. They stemmed from two surveys distributed by the third party research firm, Osterman Research, asking security executives and boards of directors […]
September marks the ten-year anniversary of the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC), a group created by the major card brands to strengthen the protection of payment card data.
Today we unveiled a new version of our Bay Dynamics flagship cyber risk analytics platform, Risk Fabric®. We implemented the enhancements to help IT and security practitioners ease some of their greatest pains.
Happy National Aviation Day! President Franklin Delano Roosevelt created this day to celebrate the developments in the aviation industry. We also thought it was the perfect opportunity to resurrect our cockpit intergraphic.
Bay Dynamics is headed back to Black Hat August 1-4 where the best in security – from hackers to C-level executives - gather in the heat of the Vegas desert to discuss the hottest security issues. In the 19 years since Black Hat began, a lot has changed in the industry.
Our Bay Dynamics co-founder and CEO Feris Rifai recently spoke at the 2016 SINET Innovation Summit about this communication gap and how CISOs can shift their approach so that they think and speak risk.
When it comes to cyber risk reporting, the stakes are higher than ever before. Board members are paying attention, holding IT and security executives accountable for cyber risk reduction.
Check out our new “intergraphic” – an interactive graphic - that takes you inside the cockpit of a CISO.
The people within an organization that are closest to the crown jewels have to take an active role in guarding that information in the digital world, the same way they would in the physical world.