A Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC) offers technology companies such as IBM an opportunity to network with and recruit aspiring IT analysts.
This year's WiCyS conference brought 800 attendees from academia, research, government agencies and industry together March 31 to April 1.
Representation of Women in Cybersecurity Remains Stagnant, Despite Recent Efforts to Balance the Scales
According to a new study, the gap between men and women in cybersecurity barely closed since 2015 despite widespread efforts to raise awareness.
A CTF competition can help an IT expert, student or budding cybersecurity enthusiast develop new skills and knowledge in a safe, competitive environment.
Cognitive security solutions will help IT analysts tackle long-term strategic issues rather than firefighting against the overwhelming volume of threats.
Almost two-thirds of British universities fell victim to ransomware attacks in the past year, and the trend shows no signs of slowing down.
Zero percent. As noted by a recent Cybersecurity Ventures report, that’s the new number for cybersecurity unemployment. In fact, there are two available jobs for every qualified candidate, and with 1 million positions still open, companies are...
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The cybersecurity skills gap persists, but organizations and higher education institutions are taking steps to remedy the issue.
Cyber competitions and Capture the Flag events are becoming a popular way to train and inspire future cybersecurity professionals.