Stories by CSO staff

Women in Security Conference & Awards to debut in Melbourne on 3 September

MELBOURNE, 30 AUGUST 2019 –Saudi Arabian cybersecurity specialist and women’s rights activist Manal al-Sharif, who was imprisoned by authorities after daring to drive a car, will deliver the keynote speech at a groundbreaking conference and awards ceremony exploring the changing role of women in cybersecurity.

Written by CSO staff30 Aug. 19 13:37

9 cyber security predictions for 2019

CSO staff and contributors tell what they hope or fear will happen in the infosec world for the coming year.

Written by CSO staff20 Nov. 18 22:00

11 tips to prevent phishing

From rewarding employees for savvy security smarts, to showing them how breaches are relevant to their every-day duties, we've got the phishing prevention tips you need.

Written by CSO staff10 July 17 06:11

In Pictures: 15 of the scariest things hacked

From televisions to passenger planes, even the most unassuming device can, if accessed by the wrong people, be turned into something more sinister.

Written by CSO staff21 Oct. 14 09:03

Inside the hacker's mind

The Internet creates a wealth of economic opportunities--for corporations and criminals alike. Taking "know thy enemy" as our mantra, Debriefing spoke with a young Asian hacker who easily penetrated the databases of several large U.S.-based corporations, and whose exploits made him a top priority of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation. His advice for dealing with foreign cybercriminals sounds strikingly like the hacker's own MO: Knowing what makes your antagonist tick is the key to getting the result you want.

Written by CSO staff04 Oct. 04 23:54

Knowledge is power

Dan Lohrmann, CISO of Michigan, answers readers' questions about cybersecurity.

Written by CSO staff12 April 04 14:22