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Content tagged with Careers & People posted in March 2019
NDSU Offers Nation's First Ph.D. in Cybersecurity Education
Quick Hits  |  3/29/2019  | 
The new program focuses on training university-level educators in cybersecurity.
The 'Twitterverse' Is Not the Security Community
Commentary  |  3/27/2019  | 
The drama on social media belies the incredible role models, job, training, and networking opportunities found in the real world of traditional cybersecurity.
Data Privacy Manifestos: Competitive Advantage or the Start of Something Bigger?
Commentary  |  3/26/2019  | 
Facebook is the latest company to weigh in with a corporate manifesto focused on privacy. Though it's a welcome trend, only time will tell how many follow through.
A Glass Ceiling? Not in Privacy
Commentary  |  3/25/2019  | 
According to a new study, female professionals in the US privacy profession outnumber males 53% to 47%.
Security Lessons from My Game Closet
Commentary  |  3/22/2019  | 
In an era of popular video games like Fortnite and Minecraft, there is a lot to be learned about risk, luck, and strategy from some old-fashioned board games.
The Insider Threat: It's More Common Than You Think
Commentary  |  3/20/2019  | 
A new study shows why security teams must look holistically across cybersecurity, compliance, technology, and human resources to truly address the business effects of workforce risk.
Crowdsourced vs. Traditional Pen Testing
Commentary  |  3/19/2019  | 
A side-by-side comparison of key test features and when best to apply them based on the constraints within your budget and environment.
Could Beto O'Rourke Become the First Hacker President?
Quick Hits  |  3/15/2019  | 
New report details the Democratic candidate's time as a member of Cult of the Dead Cow.
Autism, Cybercrime, and Security's Skill Struggle
News  |  3/13/2019  | 
People on the autism spectrum often possess traits that could help them succeed in cybersecurity providing they don't fall into cybercrime first.
The Case for Transparency in End-User License Agreements
Commentary  |  3/13/2019  | 
Why it behooves technology companies to consider EULAs as an opportunity to accurately inform customers about privacy issues and other important information.
It Takes an Average of 3 to 6 Months to Fill a Cybersecurity Job
News  |  3/12/2019  | 
Meanwhile, organizations are looking at unconventional ways to staff up and train their workforce as technical expertise gets even harder to find.
3 Places Security Teams Are Wasting Time
News  |  3/11/2019  | 
Dark Reading caught up with RSA Security president Rohit Ghai at the RSA Conference to discuss critical areas where CISOs and their teams are spinning their wheels.
IT Security Administrators Aren't Invincible
Commentary  |  3/11/2019  | 
IT security administrators and their teams are responsible for evaluating an organization's security tools and technologies, but are they armed with the proper tools, considerations, and budget to do so? Fourth in a six-part series.
Tina Fey, RSAC, and Parallels Between Improv and Cyber
Quick Hits  |  3/8/2019  | 
This year's RSA Conference concluded with actress Tina Fey and program chair Hugh Thompson chatting about team building, diversity, and improv.
4 Ways At-Work Apps Are Vulnerable to Attack
Commentary  |  3/7/2019  | 
Collaboration applications make users and IT teams more efficient. But they come with an added cost: security.
To Improve Security, We Must Focus on Its People
News  |  3/6/2019  | 
New technology can help cybersecurity bridge the talent gap, but tech won't do much without people to operate it.
Trust, or Lack of It, Is a Key Theme on RSAC Keynote Stage
News  |  3/5/2019  | 
Neither machines nor humans might be entirely trustworthy, but the cooperation of the two might be the answer to issues of misinformation, deep fake videos, and other issues of trust, say security leaders.
Fixing Fragmentation Can Yield Tangible Benefits
News  |  3/4/2019  | 
Consolidating technology and breaking down functional silos can bring solid financial results, a new study finds.
Here's What Happened When a SOC Embraced Automation
Commentary  |  3/4/2019  | 
Despite initial apprehension, security engineers and analysts immediately began to notice a variety of benefits.
Security Experts, Not Users, Are the Weakest Link
Commentary  |  3/1/2019  | 
CISOs: Stop abdicating responsibility for problems with users it's part of your job.


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