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The Internet Wants You: Consider a Career in Cybersecurity

The Internet Wants You: Consider a Career in Cybersecurity

According to a study by the Center for Cyber Safety and Education, there will be a shortage of 1.8 million information security workers by 2022. With the increased specialization of security threats and the speed with which weaponized code and malware can adjust, there has never been a greater need for smart, dedicated professionals to join the frontlines of cybersecurity. It’s is a job for puzzle-solvers, quick-thinkers and those who love chasing down challenges. If any of those qualities resonate, then a career in cybersecurity might be for you. Here are a few tips on succeeding in the field.

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Secure Data in a Device Driven World

Secure Data in a Device Driven World

IoT security has become one of those harrowing buzzwords over the past few years, as connected devices have gone from a seemingly innocent addition to increase convenience in your life to a potential avenue for attackers to steal or control your data. IoT shouldn’t be scary, what it should do is propel us to take a fundamentally different approach to cybersecurity to ensure this new form of data collection isn’t exposing us to risk or causing us harm.

 

 

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Creating a Culture of Cybersecurity

Creating a Culture of Cybersecurity

For organizations implementing or enhancing cyber-security policies, the type of culture and technology changes required to prevent attacks can be a sensitive issue. The ideal scenario is one of partnership – where employees understand the rationale for policy and act as additional eyes and ears for the company – creating a unified defense against would-be attackers. Here are some key considerations when it comes to creating a culture of cybersecurity.

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Simple Steps to Increase Your Online Safety

Simple Steps to Increase Your Online Safety

The internet has revolutionized the way we live our lives and has provided greater convenience and access to information, entertainment and services. But it seems that every week we hear about a new virus, cyber attack, or data-breach. Cyber-criminals are increasing the frequency and sophistication of their attacks on governments, businesses and individuals. They are after our personal information in order to use it against us or for profit.

 

As the author Bodie Thoene said, “What is right is often forgotten by what is convenient” and this is unfortunately often the case while going online. The National Cyber Security Alliance’s website - Stay Safe Online – is a thorough resource with guidance from online safety basics to resources to how to cyber secure yourself and your business and even delves further into how to report cybercrime. Ultimately, our online responsibility is up to us and here are a few tips to stay safe online:

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Revitalizing Critical Infrastructures for Modern Resiliency

Revitalizing Critical Infrastructures for Modern Resiliency

According to a 2014 report from the ICS-CERT, industrial control systems in the United States were threatened by cyber-attacks at least 245 times over a 12-month period by nation-state hackers, cybercriminals, cyber terrorists and hacktivists. The potential risk to critical infrastructure is real and it’s important that the public and private sector work collectively to protect these critical systems.

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The Choice Is Yours: Staying Safe in a Continuously Connected World

The Choice Is Yours: Staying Safe in a Continuously Connected World

Twenty-four hours. That’s all it took for an 18-year-old to exploit two day-zero bugs in iOS 10 and jailbreak an iPhone. As an iPhone user, I’ve always appreciated what Apple does for us – provides a reasonable (and to most imperceptible) decrease in file access between applications, which yields significant benefits in security. However, the recent iOS exploit illustrates that even the “safest” devices are not immune to the hacking culture we live in today. 

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