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Not if you have a good apps policy in place - July 22, 2016
Commentators are warning of the dangers of the wildly popular game when used on mobile devices for business. But instead of worrying about Pokémon Go, you should have an enforceable policy in place for all apps.
Tenable Blog - July 19, 2016
Summer is the best time for infosec professionals in institutions of higher education to focus on cybersecurity projects: baselining and inventorying, planning regular scans, and implementing new procedures.
Audio-hacking your smart phone - July 8, 2016
Researchers have demonstrated a way to hide voice commands to smart phones so that humans cannot understand them. Who’s talking to your phone?
So You Want To Be A Penetration Tester - July 7, 2016
Although penetration testing might be viewed as one of the more glamorous jobs in cybersecurity – think of Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible hacking into a CIA computer while dangling horizontally from cables in a heavily protected room – it might come as a surprise to learn that one of the challenges of the profession … Continue reading So You Want To Be A Penetration Tester
Tenable Blog: Remembrance and Eternal Vigilance - July 5, 2016
In cybersecurity as in national security, remembrance and eternal vigilance are essential to maintaining our freedom.
We’re still waiting for the full impact - July 1, 2016
The market for cyber insurance is growing, but this industry has not yet reached the critical mass needed to reform how we protect our information infrastructures.
Tenable Blog: Vulnerability Management in Government–Visibility Plus Context - June 28, 2016
Vulnerability management is an essential part of government cybersecurity. It requires not only continuous monitoring and visibility to spot vulnerabilities, but also the context needed to prioritize vulnerabilities based on risk so agencies can take effective action to eliminate, patch or mitigate.
NextGov Emerging Tech: Great Government Gamification Projects - June 23, 2016
And as more people begin playing games and becoming familiar with the pillars of gaming, gamification projects will also pick up more players. Government agencies should make sure to stay on point with this trend. A good gamification project can enable them to tap into a hugely powerful problem-solving resource, all for the low cost of providing a little bit of fun for their players.