social engineering

Cybersecurity Needs Technologists? Are You One Of Them?

How can U.S. companies possibly narrow a tremendously cavernous skills gap in the world of IT security? Social innovation executive and author, Charles Eaton, believes one viable solution is now wending its way through our nation’s middle and high schools. In this 5-part series, Eaton delves into the five keys for “Raising the Next Generation of Technologists” and filling the cybersecurity skills gap in the process.

Seriously?! Can You Not Do That? | Prologue

Ahhh yes, our employees. We love them dearly, but sometimes they do things that put the company at risk of a data breach or other cyber attack. I reached out to the InfoSec community to help me capture some of the more common scenarios and troubling cases where employees could cause a company harm, both unknowingly and maliciously.

Curiosity Didn’t Get the Best of Him; It Led to a 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.

Cybersecurity: Part Science, Part Business, and Part Psychic?

Bridging the talent gap means more than producing a diverse cybersecurity workforce today – it will require looking into the future of the criminal mind.

Data Breaches Happen to SMBs Too. Often Because of Human Error

Many SMB employees out there put themselves – and their sensitive data – in harm’s way because they are unaware of the risks and the proper security measures to take. In fact, in many data breach cases, human error is often the culprit.

Cybersecurity? What About Your People? Their People? People?

Psychology skills are supplanting technical skills as a critical hacker skill. "A culture of security is in place when rhetoric is replaced with action," says Gene Fredriksen CISM, CRISC and VP & CISO, PSCU.