Print Issue: July 05, 2016
You can map your own route to a cybersecurity career, says HPE’s Jewel Timpe.
In an increasingly connected world, we will need the right security, in the right place, at the right time, says Cisco CSO Edna Conway.
Threat Hunter from Exabeam focuses on the user’s behavior and builds a model.
The big challenge today with mobile device security, of course, continues to be BYOD.
My gender doesn’t matter, but my skills and actions do, says Caroline Wong, security initiative director, Cigital.
Employ cyber hunters who can find malicious activity within the network, says Kristin Lovejoy.
We selected seven women whose achievements struck us as not only remarkable but deserving of wider recognition.
These eight women are featured for their noteworthy efforts, which have impacted the field of online security and data privacy for the better.
The pace may be slow but we’re moving forward. We explore gender diversity and more in our third annual Women in Security issue.
Executive Editor Teri Robinson caught up with a few women we’ve honored in the past to see how their careers – and the security landscape – have changed.
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