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Cyber security requires specialized skills that evolve with the intricacy of networked environments and the sophistication of cyber criminals. To combat advanced persistent threats and manage risks, organizations need professionals who are versed in the latest security and compliance processes — not just in theory, but also through hands-on learning and application. Yet finding, retaining and training these people can ...

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Knowledge is Power: Increasing Your Team’s Cyber Security Proficiency

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To a lot of non-technical professionals, cyber security may seem pretty dull. And who can blame them? The weird terminology, complicated systems and mundane, repetitive tasks can certainly come across as a less than exhilarating experience. But looking past those aspects of the job, cyber security is actually pretty exciting. As devastating breaches — like those at the Office and ...

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The Sony Breach & What It Means for Cyber Security Training

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After a year of catastrophic, headline-grabbing breaches at major corporations, 2014 closed with perhaps the most dramatic incident of all: a cyber battle between Sony Pictures and a hacking group that federal investigators believe may be linked to the North Korean government. The attack has resulted in multiple leaks of the entertainment giant’s highly sensitive data, a delay in the ...

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Cyber Security and Risk Management Go Hand in Hand

Cyber Security and Risk Management Go Hand in Hand

Compared to other areas of business, information technology is an operational function that stakeholders often view as relatively hands-off. With its specialized terminology and detailed logic, it’s seen as a practice that’s best left to the professionals. A board’s functional understanding of tech-related issues might go only deep enough to know what to fund – and this typically depends on ...

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