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Here’s to women-friendly orgs

As a woman working in cybersecurity, I have never been happier in my career and in my workplace, and I want to tell you why. My career journey has not been easy. I spent 10 years in the U.S. Army, and have now been working in cybersecurity for four years. I am accustomed to being…
Executive Insight, Opinion

Ransomware: Fast and furious

Ransomware is by far and away the fastest growing attack method in cybercrime. It’s a trend that has only continued in 2019, with a serious uptick in the number of ransomware incidents and insurance claims in just the last couple of months. As the volume and efficacy of attacks continue on an upward trajectory, another…
Executive Insight, Opinion, Security News

More women in the pipeline

It’s on all of us to change the industry, says Jennifer Wang. Together our individual actions can make a real impact. Women have made strides in cybersecurity, technology and other male-dominated fields, but there’s plenty more progress to be made. After more than 20 years in cybersecurity and tech, I’ve come to realize that bringing—and…
Opinion, Security News

Beyond cyber awareness month

While National Cybersecurity Awareness Month and Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month are important moments in time to direct our attention to cybersecurity challenges, the reality is we need more than two months of cyber conversation. We need a continuing, year-round dialog about why cybersecurity matters. It’s important to weigh the combination of people, process…
Opinion, Opinions

2019: The year of GDPR, CCPA: Brian Vecci

Now that we’re six months past the GDPR deadline, and almost a year away from the California Consumer Privacy Act, I’m still surprised to meet companies taking a wait-and-see approach to compliance. Rather than take action and adhere to the latest data privacy and protection standards, they are willing to wait until they see the…
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Diversity and AI

I recently underwent spinal fusion surgery and I can’t help but be disappointed that AI-powered nanobots are not yet a thing when it comes to some medical treatments. I remember fondly in my youth promises that machines and AI-powered technologies would change the world in my lifetime. After all, having expertly trained microscopic bio-bots rebuilding…
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