Shared security culture is now critical for organizations to prevent IT burnout and respond to emerging threats. But what does this look like in practice?
Let's add the diversity of approach, diversity of values and advocacy for deep customer empathy to the cybersecurity workforce diversity we are building.
How Former Bomb Disposal Expert and Lighting Designer Shaked Vax Pivoted Toward a Cybersecurity Career
Shaked Vax dismantled bombs and created light shows for rock stars before starting his cybersecurity career. Now he's leading IBM Trusteer's move into frictionless identity management.
While board directors have been concerned with cybersecurity for some time, we're now seeing reports that they are improving their understanding of cyber risks and how those risks can impact business.
Cybersecurity, if regarded as a strategic business enabler rather than an obstacle, can become the path to a smoother, freer digital transformation. Rethinking your security culture is the first step.
Organizations are struggling to hire enough people with the right security skills. Industry and government must work together to give more opportunities to potential cyber talent.
As an integration engineer for IBM X-Force and a former music producer, Anthony "Tone" Johnson has learned to embrace his creative side when approaching technical challenges.
Ten years ago, John Clarke was driving a van in Ireland for a living. Today, he develops games at IBM to help train security professionals on incident response and cyber situational awareness.
As the cybersecurity industry is challenged with a growing skills gap, IBM and CASY are offering cybersecurity training for veterans through the Veterans Accelerator program.
The Science Channel documentary, "Dark Web: Fighting Cybercrime," shows why practice runs are essential to help security teams and business leaders keep their cool in the face of a cyberattack.