January 2021 Blog Recap
New year, new TDI! It’s been a busy month for TDI, and for many as we return and unwind from the holidays. Here’s our blog recap to get you caught up on anything you might have missed from us. Keep an eye out on our blog page, Twitter, and LinkedIn to see the latest from us.
[December 31st, 2020] 2020 — A Year in Review — 2020 has proven to be a year that will never be forgotten. It’s been a scary year that has tested the strength of our institutions to deal with a highly infectious global pandemic, but it has also been a year of human ingenuity, flexibility, and resiliency in the face of adversity. When faced with a global pandemic people came together and businesses adapted to the reality of in-person interaction in “COVID times.” The transition hasn’t been painless, and we’ve seen some monumental security breaches this year, but it’s not all doom and gloom. Check out the rest of the article here.
[January 19th, 2021] Webinar: Cybersecurity Resolutions: Starting 2021 Off Right — On February 9th at 1PM EST, we will be hosting the first of several CnSight Performance Series Webinars. Our first webinar will be Cybersecurity Resolutions: Starting 2021 Off Right. This will be a panel-style webinar were we’ll speak with industry leaders about: Lessons learned in 2020, what improvements/trends they foresee in 2021, the importance of managing and monitoring their cybersecurity performance, and more! Join us on the 9th by registering for the seminar at this link.
[January 27th, 2021] Business Information Security Officer: The Next Big Innovation in Cybersecurity Strategy — Cybersecurity is a field of constant innovation, both on the business and the technical side. As we’ve written about in a previous blog post, businesses frequently struggle to communicate cyber risk to their Board of Directors. Effectively evaluating levels of risk, determining the appropriate level of response, and communicating that to the board without reducing cybersecurity to a simple cost of doing business is incredibly difficult. Enter: The Business Information Security Officer (BISO). Large companies such as Charles Schwab, Citibank, and Deloitte have implemented the BISO role into their organizational structure to act as a go-between for the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and executives without the technical understanding required to make tactical cybersecurity decisions. Check out the rest of the article here.