In Part Two of this series on Cyber Sensemaking, OODA CEO Matt Devost steps through the top management lessons learned and actions that can be taking to drive your cyber risk management program.
Distilling over 25 years working in the fields of cybersecurity and cyberconflict across a multitude of domains including government, corporate, think tank, and academic this article serves as a foundational distillation of observations that can be applied in any organization. In Part Two of the series, we will look at lessons learned and actions that can be executed by management teams to help manage cyber risk.
OODA Network Members can watch the on demand version of our webinar on predicting the future of IT. Predicting the future is hard. We have tried just about every way humanity has come up with, and frankly every model has flaws. But we have found some methods that can be
NASA is enabling another giant leap for humanity. With the Artemis program, humans will return to the Moon in a way that will enable establishment of gateways to further exploration of not just the Moon but the entire solar system. The initial expenses of the program will return significant advances
The Department of Homeland Security CISA has issued an analysis highlighting observed security risks resulting from the use of third parties to move organizations to the Microsoft Office 365 Cloud.
Why is it so hard for us to pay attention to cybersecurity? Mike Tanji analyzes the latest news and trends in the cybersecurity industry.
This report provides detailed guidance for global executives and their security teams on how to protect their information and technology systems while traveling abroad.
Recent research indicates that financial institutions are tragically falling short in their responsibility to provide customers with secure solutions for online banking and other digital financial services. While a recent study by Aite Group and Arxan Technologies found major security shortcomings in financial apps, Positive Technologies last week released a
According to a recent audit by the NASA Office of Inspector General (OIG), the US space agency’s cybersecurity program has not been properly implemented and therefore deserves only a level 2 maturity rating out of 5. To put this in perspective, cybersecurity programs with a rating lower than 4 are
Fresh off of RSA – OODA Network Expert Michael Tanji provides insightful analysis of the most recent and significant cyber news.