Seemingly unrelated skills — such as untangling yarn, herding cats and cataloging toys — can benefit people looking to start careers in cybersecurity.
Due to an influx of high-profile data breaches, employees are more security-aware than ever. But that doesn't always translate to good security hygiene.
Although data protection is crucial to the success of any business, many employees still circumvent security policies they mistakenly deem superfluous.
IT leaders should eschew traditional, dry security awareness training materials for entertaining content that encourages stronger user engagement.
According to a recent survey, baby boomers exhibit more cybersecurity awareness than their millennial counterparts — but not by much.
For week three of NCSAM, seven IBM Security experts offered their predictions about the future of the technology and cybercrime.
An organization can have all the technology and expertise money can buy, but a poor security culture can still lead to devastating data breaches.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, a combined effort of private industries and public agencies to promote security best practices.
During European Cyber Security Month (ECSM), IBM is driving initiatives to help raise cybersecurity awareness and close the IT skills shortage.
When scare tactics and strict security policies fall on deaf ears, CISOs must find more productive ways to educate employees about network security risks.