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Professionalization and the Cybersecuri...
The increasing frequency and scale of reported cyber attacks, highlights the need for a cybersecurity workforce of sufficient size and quality to meet the evolving threat environment. To address this need, some cybersecurity experts call for enhanced professionalization requirements. Certification, licensure, skill-based competency exams, and a national association all have been advanced as components of a comprehensive workforce strategy to a...
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Stop Issuing Secure Credentials to Imposters
Much has been said about the difficulties in screening persons for possible imposter fraud or security concerns based upon use of current identity documents like birth certificates, driver’s licenses or passports. The most often reasons given are the lack of standardization of security features and the layout for these documents. This criticism is focused on the inability of even a trained person to recognize valid documents and the spec...
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Proactive Cyber Deterrance
Cyber risk is a product of threats, vulnerabilities and consequences. Driving any one of these to zero, will achieve zero risk. Most of us do not have a James Bond 007 license and thus cannot eliminate threats. For some time the general belief has been that all vulnerabilities can be eliminated, thus driving cyber risk to zero. Are there any CISOs who are telling their CEOs that all vulnerabilities are eliminated? Detection is a much more diff...
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"Women in Security: Building for the Future"
It’s no secret that the information security profession is lacking female minds. In fact, the 2015 (ISC)2 Global Information Security Workforce Studies study shows that women represent only 10% of the industry. Awareness is certainly improving, as evidenced by a recent increase in women-focused professional events. Yet, as the (ISC)2 studies have shown, the proportion of women to men has been stubbornly stagnant. The number of women in i...
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