November Blog Recap
November has been an exciting month for TDI, and we’ve been able to go above and beyond with the publications that we have posted in the last several weeks. Keep an eye out on our blog page, Twitter, and LinkedIn to see the latest from us.
[October 2nd] How to Spend Cyber Budgets Wisely — It’s expected that the remote workforce will continue well into 2021, and perhaps beyond. In fact, many businesses in Corporate America are now letting employees WFH forever, or as long as they want to. With this, there also has been a huge tightening of cybersecurity budgets, with perhaps only modest increases being given out. So now the question arises, how can the CISO wisely spend their limited resources, while at the same time, put out daily fires and align with their company’s strategic objectives? Find out the answer at the full article here.
[November 4th] 8 Cyber Stats for Industrial Control Systems — Conventional power stations, nuclear power plants, and water distribution systems are just a few of the entities that rely on Industrial Control Systems (ICS). Due to this dependency on ICS, these systems continue to garner the interest of bad actors who aim to disrupt the availability and integrity of industrial processes and the services they provide to society. Check out the full article here.
[November 10th] Addressing the Issue of Cyber Risk With Your Board of Directors — With the uncertainty of COVID-19 hitting new levels, as the total number of cases rise on a daily basis, many businesses in Corporate America are now facing very turbulent waters that have never been experienced before. Now more than ever, CISOs are going to have to answer some very tough questions not only from their respective CEO, but from the Board of Directors. Find out more at the full article here.
[November 17th] Visibility Saves: Calculating the ROT of CnSight — At TDI we believe it’s critical for a high performing CISO to have the pulse of cybersecurity effectiveness. With CnSight you get the low-cost continuous visibility needed to understand exactly where you stand in terms of the consistency and effectiveness of your security program. CnSight offers out of the box and tailored key cybersecurity performance indicators (CPIs) to measure the performance of the tools, policies, and teams responsible for security. Find out how much return you could get on your investment with CnSight’s ROI calculator here.
[November 25th] Building a Compliance Dashboard — Building a compliance dashboard is no easy task since it requires a great deal of effort to design, create, maintain, and utilize effectively, but with modern tools it is significantly easier than in the past. Much like traditional software development, the most critical stage to get right in building a compliance dashboard is requirements analysis since it’s critical to thoroughly understand the purpose, requirements, and goals of the dashboard prior to implementation. Designing a compliance dashboard without a proper understanding of what to measure is a recipe for disaster, which means that knowing the difference between measuring performance versus measuring activity is crucial. Check out the full article here.