From his perch as executive director of (ISC)2, the not-for-profit certifier of IT security professionals, and as the former CIO at the Interior Department, Hord Tipton has a close-up view on what works and doesn't work in regards of training government employees on information security awareness.
In an interview...
From the president on down, the nation has a renewed focus on cybersecurity.
Nadia Short of General Dynamics, a major government/defense contractor, discusses:
The types of cybersecurity positions GD is filling;
Requirements for qualified personnel;v
Potential career paths in cybersecurity.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology's Computer Security Division releases two documents, a guide to enterprise telework and remote access security and a draft of proposed guidance on testing software security vulnerabilities.
Ari Schwartz wants you to help draft the new federal Privacy Act, and he's providing the tool for you to do that.
Schwartz is vice president and chief operating officer of the public interest group Center for Democracy and Technology, which has on its site, at eprivacyact.org, a wiki in which cybersecurity...
With the Obama administration's focus on cybersecurity, this is a good time to start or move into an information security career. And Regis University in Colorado is one institution offering state-of-the-art education for undergraduates and graduates alike.
In an exclusive interview, Daniel Likarish, faculty of the...
Current cybersecurity education falls far short of adequately preparing people who take actions that make the nation's computing infrastructure more or less secure, says Anita D'Amico, director of secure decisions at Applied Vision, a provider of cyber situational awareness products to safeguard IT systems.