The usability of security tools can have a major impact on their effectiveness, as well as the efficacy of an organization's data security practices.
When it comes to security best practices, there is an ocean of difference between the average security expert and the common user.
More educational programs and professional development opportunities can help organizations push back against the growing information security skills gap.
There's a lack of resources and opportunities for IT and security teams to engage in professional development, but it doesn't have to be that way.
Career growth within the security industry comes from professionals constantly striving to learn about new tools, technologies and strategies.
IBM and the University of Warwick have teamed up to help solve the cyber skills shortage by providing education and opportunities to students.
Recruiting and encouraging more women in security will fill a growing talent gap and provide more diverse skills to fight against ever-growing threats.
A session at the InfoSec Europe conference focused on how the news media covers cybersecurity-related stories and what you can do to change the narrative.
There are a lack of students joining the security profession and with an increase in vullnerabilities, threats and attacks, what will happen?
The following are six reasons that the vocational advice for young professionals today should be, "Consider a career in cybersecurity."