IT leaders are struggling to find qualified job candidates due to an awareness gap and the inability of recent graduates to articulate their skills.
It's natural for security professionals to be nervous, but Watson is designed to augment the role of the cognitive analyst, not replace it entirely.
In response to the ever-widening cybersecurity skills gap, many organizations are hiring new collar workers to fill open IT positions.
While CISOs may prefer to hire full-time security professionals, many organizations are leveraging the gig economy to bridge the cybersecurity skills gap.
Cybersecurity leadership courses traditionally focus on imparting subject matter expertise, but the next generation of CISOs must also be trusted advisors.
One way to close the skills gap is to recruit new collar professionals who possess the requisite skills, if not the degrees, to work in cybersecurity.
A new tool from ISACA empowers HR and IT managers to evaluate employee security abilities and help close the cybersecurity skills gap.
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.
One of the greatest opportunities to see cybersecurity collaboration in action is at the upcoming Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) Conference.