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Helping Each Other In Our InfoSec Lives
Behind The Curtain: The Downside Of An InfoSec Life | #1
Rick McElroy recounts the stories that no one is telling.
Recently, my editor-in-chief forwarded me an email asking if I’d like to interview Rick McElroy, a security strategist at Carbon Black, for ITSPmagazine’s podcast and column “An InfoSec Life.” Rick had written a blog post for us called "Cybersecurity Ain’t Easy. Let’s Talk About It!" in which he discussed his own experience with defender fatigue – an industry-wide phenomenon that not a lot of people are talking about.
by Selena Templeton, host of DiverseIT
SMBs Aren't A Ransomware Target? Think Again
Adam Kujawa Shares Why Ransomware Against SMBs Is So Lucrative For Cybercriminals
In this episode of At The Edge with Sean Martin, Sean connects with Adam Kujawa, director of malware intelligence at Malwarebytes. The two spend most of their time talking about the risks and challenges small and medium sized business face as they try to securely run their company.
by Sean Martin, host of At The Edge and An InfoSec Life
Who's To Blame For Cyberbullying?
Bullying Has Turned Into Cyberbullying, But Please Do Not Blame Technology. It Is Still Very Much A Human Problem
Maybe a few years from now I will rewrite this piece, and I will reach a different conclusion; who knows, if technology keeps moving at this pace, in a relatively short amount of time Artificial Intelligence Entities will be advanced enough to be indistinguishable from humans. Bots will write like people (hopefully better), be able to have a conversation with humans and nobody will be able to tell the difference. They will think, dream, have feelings, and - hopefully not - they will also behave just like regular people.
by Marco Ciappelli, host of The Cyber Society
What Do You Think?
Busting The 7 Myths About Cybersecurity Careers
There are many issues confounding and complicating raising the next generation of technologists. Seven myths exist about technology careers discourage potential teenage technologists and their parents. As a leader of a philanthropic organization dedicated to creating on-ramps to tech careers, Charles Eaton considers busting those myths not only a duty, but a pleasure. Charles tackles these seven myths one-by-one here in his latest ITSPmagazine Experts Corner.
by Charles Eaton
Shadow IT Goes Mobile
It’s Better To Bring Messaging Apps Out Of The Shadows
Organizations are implementing stricter mandates for what kind of platforms and mobile features employees can use on both personal and corporate-owned devices, prompting a dramatic increase in the rise of "shadow IT" like unauthorized messaging apps. By bringing messaging apps out of the shadows and into the mainstream, organizations can reduce the risk of both outside and inside threats to the enterprise.
by Dr. Galina Datskovsky
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