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Study reveals boardroom to be chink in cybersecurity armour
Leadership and board of director teams are proving to be the weak link in cybersecurity for organisations, according to new research from ISACA.
ISACA to lead cybersecurity training program in Malaysia
Malaysia’s Digital Economic Corporation (MDEC) will be working with global technology association ISACA to roll out security training programs.
CSA Singapore & ISACA team to help cybersecurity 'ride the digital wave'
Singapore's Cyber Security Agency has signed an MoU with tech association ISACA to enhance its cybersecurity capabilities and workforce.
ISACA warns GDPR compliance clock is counting down fast
ISACA sounds alarm on GDPR prep as D-Day looms; firms lag in compliance steps with hefty fines at stake.
Two of ISACA's top cybersecurity courses are now available on-demand
ISACA launches on-demand cybersecurity courses, enhancing IT pros' skill development and career progression in a flexible format.
Survey identifies 5 biggest barriers for women in tech – inequality remains
Wage inequality, workplace gender bias and a shortage of female role models are among the main obstacles women working in tech face today.
ISACA results show security skills shortage dire, but Asia fares well
ISACA has put the global cybersecurity skills shortage under the microscope and shown that there’s still a large gap between jobs & candidates.
2017 forecast: IoT devices to continue their steady surge in AU
While the growth of IoT devices is predicted to continue its dramatic growth in AU in 2017, there are still concerns around its security.
ISACA provides cyber governance roadmap for enterprise security
ISACA has given professionals and enterprises a roadmap and direction for the areas of cyber governance, with the launch of its new audit program.
SecurityBrief Asia revisits 2016's year on the wild, wild web
New threats, new malware, new attacks, new chaos and new ways to fight back: A look back at Asia cybersecurity in 2016.
ISACA addresses the need for cyber security in Singapore
ISACA's first ever Asia Pacific conference in Singapore aims to build qualified cyber security workforces and advance careers.
Perfect storm ahead: Cybersecurity skills gap becoming a 'chasm'
Cybersecurity skills shortage in Australia leaves companies vulnerable to data breaches, says ISACA. Breach costs average $3.46m. #cybersecurity.
It's a global sausage fest - ISACA addresses lack of women in IT
Less than 25% of IT jobs in developed countries will be held by women by the end of 2016, according to the ISACA.
Information and operational tech must be converged now, study says
Information technology and operational technology need to converge to improve information security for the future, an ISACA and ISA joint study finds.
New study shows CISOs not confident in their ability to protect
Cybersecurity professionals aren't confident in the ability of their teams to protect organisations beyond basic incidents according to a new report.
Managed security services: The answer to growing cyber threats?
With cyber threats escalating, firms face a 'when' not 'if' scenario; managed security services could be the much-needed shield.
Lagging mobile device and third party security leaving doors open for APTs
Organisations are continuing to leave the doors open to advanced persistent threat attacks, with mobile device security and user education lagging.
ANZ IT professionals expect to face a cyber attack in 2015
Finding and retaining skilled cybersecurity employees is a key challenge, with only 43% of ANZ IT professionals stating they feel the organisation wou.
5 key questions to improve Big Data governance
Big data, dubbed 'the new oil', can raise significant risk, ranging from disastrous data breaches to privacy and compliance concerns.
Five questions directors should ask about cloud governance
Board members need a clear understanding of cloud computing benefits and how to maximise them through effective governance practices.
ISACA survey shows IT business problems
ISACA survey highlights issues within IT enterprise governance.
Study: Cloud computing still too risky
Almost 50% of IT professionals believe the risks of cloud computing outweigh the benefits.