Many companies, including IBM, are taking a new collar approach and recruiting ex-military personnel to fill woefully understaffed cybersecurity positions.
Many companies have adopted the practice of recruiting a team of hackers to poke holes in their networks and assess their incident response capabilities.
Companies can use incident response training programs such as capture the flag and red on blue exercises to bridge the cybersecurity skills gap.
Cybercrime awareness training is too crucial to be glossed over during onboarding or quickly rehashed at the end of the year.
Businesses and government agencies across all industries face a cybersecurity skills crisis. Can AI and machine learning help solve the problem?
The Enterprise Cyber Security (ECS) module teaches cybersecurity degree students to think of security as a system of interrelated, integrated components.
Companies need to fill cybersecurity jobs, but skilled candidates are few and far between. What can businesses do to bridge the gap?
IBM will host an e-summit on cybersecurity in Asia-Pacific to foster collaboration and help IT teams embrace emerging technologies.
A Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC) offers technology companies such as IBM an opportunity to network with and recruit aspiring IT analysts.
IT leaders must develop a strong cybersecurity culture to promote awareness and accountability, and to empower employees to learn and develop.