One of the toughest challenges facing military veterans is making the transition to civilian life. It’s difficult for many of them to see how their military training translates into a civilian career, and the process of job hunting can be daunting. There's hope though; and this program is one example of good things happening in the industry.
In this ITSPmagazine An InfoSec Life column, Tadd Wood shares his views on how data—and people—play a role in identifying risk and addressing cybersecurity issues.
Ted Harrington recently ran The Boston Marathon – the oldest, most prestigious, arguably most important marathon in the world. According to Ted, it was by far one of the most fulfilling experiences of his entire life. Throughout the course of preparing for, attempting, and executing this feat, he noticed some striking parallels between running and entrepreneurship. This is his story.
There’s an old joke in the community that there is no patch for the user – technology can be fixed, but human mistakes cannot be overcome. In this new An InfoSec Life article, Joseph Pindar shares his beliefs that peoples’ actions aren’t a problem that can be easily dismissed with a joke.
Cybersecurity offers the chance to protect loved ones from digital evil, and a career devoid of humdrum monotony. Kate Adam shares how she stumbled into this field, and why it’s been the most fulfilling accident of her professional life.
When technology evolves faster than our ability to make sure there's a viable level of safety, how do we educate businesses and the layperson on best practices for IoT security? In this part 2 InfoSec Life article, Phil Agcaoili, CISO, shares his views on the need to raise InfoSec awareness in society while striving for (and embracing) diversity in cybersecurity.
ITSPmagazine recently caught up withJoe Gray, Enterprise Security Consultant at Sword & Shield Enterprise Security. Joe shared his views on personal information sharing, privacy, and the value of community service for information security awareness throughout society.
We live in a technology-hungry society where consumers are accustomed to the convenience of technology without understanding the risks and vulnerabilities that come with it. In this part 1 of 2 InfoSec Life articles, Phil Agcaoili, CISO, discusses the five core issues of basic cyber hygiene.
Xuan Zhao, a female data scientist in the information security industry, explains how machine learning dramatically helps her work have a true impact on society, and vice versa.
Amy Brachio knows the challenges of making partner at EY while raising two daughters and caring for ailing parents, but what made it bearable was the professional and personal support she received at every step. As a leader, her goal is to foster an environment that provides the same support for others.
Sometimes, it's all too easy to forget about the technology we surround ourselves with. In this ITSPmagazine article, artificial intelligence expert, Scott Scheferman, explores the realities of technology becoming ingrained in our everyday lives.
The founder of “Code Like A Girl” explains the overt sexism she experienced growing up, later in college and in the corporate world merely due to her gender, which made her only more determined to make strides for women who are interested in a tech-oriented career.
An IT security professional realizes that his life’s mission to protect information harks back to being a curious youngster who absconded his teacher’s log-in credentials and then poked around the school’s rudimentary computer network. Little did he know, a rewarding career lay ahead.
With more than 25 years’ experience in the IT field, ISACA Director Jo Stewart-Rattray has a lot of experience and advice to share. Determine what you want to do in technology, find your own path, and make it happen. And until you’ve actually tried something, don’t place imaginary obstacles in your own path.
Even an Info Security professional can fall victim to a prevalent hacker ploy: spoofing, as Alphonzo Albright learned. Luckily he caught it before damage had occurred. Here are tips how you can protect yourself from such a scam.
Putting together a cybersecurity workforce is similar to assembling a Super Hero Dream Team, explains Gene Fredriksen, CISO for PSCU, which services more than 800 credit unions. In this An InfoSec Life piece, Gene explains how he harks back to his love for superhero comic books in coming up with his cybersecurity dream team.
How does the CSO of MasterCard stay ahead of the bad guys? By empathizing with consumers who use its card, incentivizing employees to recognize potential emailed hazards, and evangelizing cybersecurity to young talent as a rewarding career.