Your nature makes you a perfect candidate for a career in InfoSec, but it’s the nurturing found in community that will make you a success.
At this year’s AppSec California conference – a yearly event for InfoSec professionals, developers, pentesters, and QA and testing professionals – the Women in Security panel was among the most highly attended, a very clear indication that this topic resonates strongly with both women and men.
In the fragmented world of cybersecurity, equipping small businesses for cyber threats and preparing the next generation of infosec professionals will require community-based workforce development.
Expert analysis by Candy Alexander of a recent study from ISSA and ESG emphasizes the need for more formal planning in career advancement in cybersecurity.
San Diego is a boomtown for transitioning service members and veterans entering cybersecurity. Ken Slaght shares opportunities and resources offered by the San Diego Cyber Center of Excellence.
How can education be used to produce the next generation of cybersecurity experts? The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) is bringing solutions and networking opportunities to Kansas City in its annual NICE Conference and Expo.