Organizations need to revise their perceptions of cybersecurity, and focus on cultivating a new InfoSec workforce using tradecraft enhancement.
Cybercriminals have learned that they are stronger together than they are on their own. The same applies to InfoSec teams.
The InfoSec workforce is dealing with a gender gap and, consequentially, increased security risk. That's why it's important for women to develop strong skills in InfoSec.
Organizations have two choices: step up their InfoSec game to prepare for the threats of tomorrow, or remain bogged down by traditional modes of thinking that make them susceptible to cybercriminals.
The best way to make sure your security team is prepared for a hacker's sophisticated tactics is to train like hackers.
To defend against a hacker, you need to think like one.
Rather than wait for threats to materialize, successful InfoSec teams hunt for the ones that may already be hiding in their networks.
InfoSec training has evolved beyond the basic fundamentals of information assurance.
To combat the IT security talent shortage, companies need to take a new approach to InfoSec training.