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Neurodiversity Is A Superpower For Hacking And Cybersecurity

The atypical brain (Autistics, Aspergers, etc.) is wired differently than the classic or “neurotypical” brain, and this cognitive difference has a strong impact on the world of cyber defense and cybercriminals. ASPertise founder Frédéric Vezon explains why the inclusion of Atypicals in the software/architecture building process will reduce the cognitive blind spots and increase the security of the systems.

The Building Blocks Of CyberSecurity Are People

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.

Educating for a Responsible and Innovative Digital Future

Hak4Kidz: starting in America’s heartland, planting seeds for a responsible and innovative digital future. Roaming illustrator for ITSPmagazine, Lisa Chu, explores the world of cyber education across America.