A group of interns collaborated with experts on the IBM Managed Security Services team to create a global IBM hacking competition.
In response to the dearth of women in security, IBM is leading an industrywide push to encourage and enable women to pursue cybersecurity careers.
Despite the shortage of women in security, the barriers to achieving gender equality are coming down as women gain more influence in the industry.
In an effort to help close the diversity gap in cybersecurity, IBM will be hosting a town hall summit to generate ideas for addressing this challenge.
Millennials are not the problem; they're the future. The ability to attract and retain millennial talent is a vital to long-term success in security.
The cybersecurity skills gap persists, but organizations and higher education institutions are taking steps to remedy the issue.
Much like health care professionals provide a diagnosis based on symptoms, security analytics allows experts to focus on the most severe threats.
As more people gain internet access around the globe, new cybercrime markets begin to appear. Here's what you should know about this new threat.
The CISO job market may be red hot, but that doesn't mean the time is right for you to jump ship and pursue elusive new opportunities.
Cyber competitions and Capture the Flag events are becoming a popular way to train and inspire future cybersecurity professionals.