In light of the skills shortage and the highly competitive CISO job market, careful succession planning is the key to leaving your company in good hands.
This year's WiCyS conference brought 800 attendees from academia, research, government agencies and industry together March 31 to April 1.
"Take Back Control of Your Cybersecurity Now," the new e-book by Paul Ferrillo and Chris Veltsos, is an invaluable resource for nontechnical professionals.
One of the greatest opportunities to see cybersecurity collaboration in action is at the upcoming Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) Conference.
As digital trust diplomats, CISOs must be tactful in their negotiations and should able to influence colleagues and superiors.
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.
For our RSA wrap-up, we summarized some key points and takeaways about emerging trends such as the IoT, security analytics and the IT skills shortage.
CISOs struggling with long-term security challenges can glean some helpful information based off RSA tips presented at this year's conference.
IT professionals must stay informed and educate the users in their networks about the latest cybersecurity trends and threats.
Women represent only 10 percent of the security industry. Closing the skills gap can help the IT industry fill the millions of empty security positions.