SANS Institute have partnered together to promote the importance of a diverse security team at its first edition of annual WiCSME2020 conference on 14th and 15th November.
Deciding which security assessment to perform depends a lot on an organisation’s security maturity level, and the best results will be achieved by performing them exactly in the order listed – let’s see why.
SANS Institute has identified a 30 percent increase in attacker interest in Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) servers during the month of March 2020.
SANS Security Awareness, a division of the SANS Institute, is providing a free “Secure Your Kids Online” resource kit to help parents and guardians protect their kids online.
SANS Security Awareness, a division of the SANS Institute, has created the “Securely Working from Home” Deployment Kit.
Nearly 50% of organisations have a dedicated cyber threat intelligence team, but 57% cited a lack of trained staff or skills to fully utilise CTI.
The rapid migration to cloud-based technologies is the biggest disrupter worldwide of operations and a key driver when organisations plan their spending increases, according to the results of the latest SANS 2020 Cybersecurity Spending Survey.
ThreatQuotient has announced the results of the SANS Threat Hunting 2019 study. The most important result is the worldwide confusion about the role and tasks of a threat hunter.
Lack of time and staff rather than budget are the most common factors holding back security awareness programmes in companies, a recent SANS report highlighted.
Students in the UAE and Saudi Arabia are looking at IT, including cybersecurity, as a prospective career, according to the latest study by SANS Institute.