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ITSM News Roundup: How Secure is Your Cybersecurity?

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One of the most important pillars of a strong IT organization is security. Can business staff rely on your team to make security a priority? Will customers’ information be safe in your hands? In this week’s ITSM new roundup, we’re focusing on cybersecurity and the impact it can have on your organization and throughout the business. Learn how to avoid broken promises, the two security lies you must avoid, and more. 

Tweet this: With all of today’s cybersecurity concerns how can you know who to trust? Find out in this weeks ITSM News Roundup

Broken Promises: How Trust Affects Cybersecurity 

In today’s technology threat environment, how can you know who to trust? This is the question Stan Wisseman examines in this article from TechBeacon. Wisseman evaluates some of the most noteworthy cybersecurity breaches in the last year and makes recommendations according to industry best practices. Be sure to check out Broken Promises: How Trust Affects Cybersecurity

The Most Critical Skills Gap: Cybersecurity

According to the Fast Company article by Simon Porter, “data breaches are both costly and damaging to a company’s reputation.” But, unfortunately, there is a skills gap when it comes to finding the right people to fill open cybersecurity positions. Porter looks into the specific skills required for a strong cybersecurity team and discusses how to secure the right individuals for these positions. Read The Most Critical Skills Gap: Cybersecurity

Tweet this: What specific skills are required for a strong cybersecurity team and how do you recruit the right people? 

Two Security Lies You Must Avoid

When it comes to technology, one of the best things you can do is be more aware of your own vulnerability. In this article, Eric Vanderburg discusses possible ways a business can be more prepared for security breaches. According to Vanderburg, 77 percent of businesses are unprepared for security incidents. So, how can you better prepare yourself and your business? Learn more by reading Two Security Lies You Must Avoid

Don’t miss out on the latest news in IT service management. Check out each installment of Cherwell’s ITSM News Roundup. 


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