February always seems to meet expectations as the shortest month, and this year is no exception. February was action packed for us here at TDI, and that’s reflected in the amount of content we’ve been putting out. Keep an eye out on our blog page, Twitter, and LinkedIn to see the latest from us.
[February 1st, 2021] 6 Cybersecurity Trends for 2021–2020 has been a crazy year for everyone and a lot has happened in the cybersecurity sector. It looks like 2021 will be another intense one. The pandemic has impacted people and businesses all over the world. We’ve managed to adapt and change the way we do business, but that also means we are increasingly dependent on cybersecurity tools and products. Check out the full list here.
[February 9th, 2021] The Value of Cyber Performance Management- If there is one recurring topic within the field of technology over the past decade, it would be cybersecurity. Innumerable cyber-attacks have occurred over this period, reinforcing the need, and importance of performant cybersecurity practices. As spending in cybersecurity has exponentially grown, it’s time we focus our attention to how well it can perform from the lens of the business. This evaluation, however, can be a challenge to obtain and manage without automation. This is where high-level metrics are used; specifically, cyber performance. Check out the full write-up here.
[February 10th, 2021] Cybersecurity Resolutions: Starting 2021 Off Right [Webinar Recording] — On February 9th, we hosted the first of many CnSight Performance Series Webinars. This was a panel-style webinar titled Cybersecurity Resolutions: Starting 2021 Off Right. Our very own, Jesse Dean, VP of Solutions at TDI moderated the discussion. He was joined by:
In this webinar they talked about lessons learned in 2020, what improvements they foresee in 2021, the importance of monitoring cybersecurity performance, and much more. Watch the full recording here.
[February 17th, 2021] 8 Tips for Reporting Cyber Metrics to the Board — As companies undertake their digital transformation, the risks in terms of cybersecurity are constantly increasing. As cyber security can be a very technical field, one may wonder — how should reporting cyber metrics to the Board of Directors be handled? Check out what we have to say here.