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It’s time to reboot all our systems

In this our end-of-the-year issue we decided to move beyond our top five listing of thought leaders who helped to drive various areas of IT security forward over the last 12 months. We wanted to revisit the events, the corporate happenings and all the people playing their parts in how this year shaped up for the marketplace.
IllenaArmstrong
Executive Insight, Security News

Striving for diversity

To take a barometer of the cybersecurity industry early in our year, we’re looking at a few areas this March. In addition to a general market update and where money is being invested, we’re also looking at what could be the costlier mistakes organizations make when it comes to over-arching cybersecurity strategizing and maintenance. One…
IllenaArmstrong
Executive Insight, Opinion

How a bill becomes a compliance ask

It takes a minute for a regulatory mandate to hit the masses. Typically, after months or even longer, of “sitting in committee,” political punting, pontificating, organizational lobbying, debating, usually lots more pontificating and punting, that a bill that may have been “sitting on Capitol Hill” (thank you, Schoolhouse Rock, you classic, you) might be signed…
IllenaArmstrong
Eye on Cybersecurity

Feminism is for everyone

Recently, an accomplished and self-proclaimed “bossy woman” in security posted on her Facebook page a news item from media outlet InspireMore.com that immediately seized my attention. Its headline read, “‘You Are In Fact Unequal’ Engineering Student’s Letter to Woman Goes Viral.” I wondered if this piece was going to get me riled or was just…
IllenaArmstrong
Opinions, Security News

A cautious embrace of Pollyanna

For quite some time, the number of women in the cybersecurity industry has hovered around 11 percent of the overall workforce. However, recent statistics show a modest uptick with the number now estimated to be about 24 percent − a bit of heartening progress. Some other interesting trends are emerging, which we explore further in…
A long-overdue change
Editorial

A long-overdue change

Debates about the dearth of women in IT security and, well, a lack of diversity in the field overall, seem to be edging our space closer and closer to some sort of tipping point.
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