A liberal arts education, supplemented with technical training and extracurricular experience, can set students up for successful careers in cybersecurity.
To protect students, parents and teachers from data theft, academic institutions must adopt comprehensive strategies to mitigate command injection attacks.
Today's students must grapple with security and privacy issues, such as identity theft and financial fraud, that could affect them well past graduation.
To reduce the effects of the cybersecurity skills gap, organizations should ditch traditional recruiting methods and think outside the box.
Who said you need a degree to work in IT? A new collar approach to recruiting can help organizations close the cybersecurity skills gap.
The Enterprise Cyber Security (ECS) module teaches cybersecurity degree students to think of security as a system of interrelated, integrated components.
The effort to close the cybersecurity awareness gap requires collaboration and coordination between multiple academic and professional stakeholders.
IBM is leading an industrywide effort to close the IT skills gap by hiring new collar professionals who lack formal degrees but possess requisite skills.
Organizations can address the cybersecurity skills gap by looking to tap the pool of millennials entering the information security workforce.
In response to the ever-widening cybersecurity skills gap, many organizations are hiring new collar workers to fill open IT positions.