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.
Mr. Shrobe recently published an article stating that formal education is the only way out of our cybersecurity hellhole. In response, Keirsten Brager wrote some alternative viewpoints from the perspective of a practitioner and a student of the discipline.
If we want to escape from “cyber hell” – then professionals will need additional training, not only to learn the latest technology, but also to understand public policy and organizational management. Howard Shrobe is looking to change this through professional education initiatives at MIT.
Thinking about adding an acronym to the end of your name to get your foot in the InfoSec door? Rick McElroy, security strategist for Carbon Black, offers direction for those navigating the ever-changing certification game.
For the past year or more, one of the hottest discussions in the IT industry is how to get more diversity into the tech workforce. To dismantle the status quo, the industry needs to dive deep and form partnerships with academia, government, and nonprofits to get more people interested in IT careers and diversify the workforce for the long term.
Learn how ITSPmagazine’s new column, The Academy, will bring together cutting-edge IT educators, top industry experts, and our best and brightest students as they analyze trends in cybersecurity and offer insights regarding the many questions driving the field today.