There’s no shortage of security industry reports out there vying for your attention, and Cisco made this one to provide some actionable, data-driven insights to help you build a more successful security program.
At Duo Labs, we are a remote-friendly team, but historically the majority of our team has been based out of one Duo office (in Michigan). Over the past year through a series of unrelated charges, the Labs team has coincidentally changed to a distributed team where 100% of our researchers work remotely. While what technology tools we use has been important, the changing social and collaborative dynamics has been crucial too.
The blurred lines between personal IT and business IT have a couple of implications. One is that sometimes the only difference between work and home is the login name you use for that SaaS application. The other implication is that when you’re using the same software as a consumer and as a worker, you get used to the ease of consumer-grade experiences and you don’t want to give them up.
Just about every CISO you meet has a scary tale to tell, just as everyone you meet probably has a tale to tell about a horrible accident that happened to them or someone they know. The security ghost stories are fun to tell at conferences. But telling them constantly, at length, doesn’t help us have a reasoned conversation with the business around risk.
Today, Duo Security & Hunter2 are excited to release a new service, associated open-source lessons, and two training slide decks to help enable teams to provide a better educational experience.