System restore: How stressed security bosses unwind from the daily grind
Cybersecurity professionals are saddled with stress. Here's how some decompress after playing defense against hackers on the daily.
Want to work in cybersecurity for the government? Curb your enthusiasm.
The shutdown's effects were on full display for CyberCorps students this week, as multiple agencies had to skip out on an OPM-run job fair.
RSA Conference: No more all-male panels
One of the biggest annual cybersecurity trade shows says it will no longer allow all-male panels on its keynote stages.
Why NIST is so popular in Japan
Japanese companies use two U.S. government technology frameworks to help manage its own information security manpower shortages.
Leading transformation by cultivating data catalysts in your agency
Encouraging employees with the right skills to innovate and lead analytics projects can break the status quo in agencies that are ready to get the most from their data, a report says.
House defense bill would usher in cybersecurity changes at DOD
The House of Representatives on Thursday overwhelmingly passed a defense policy bill with several cybersecurity measures aimed at better securing Pentagon networks. The bill seeks closer collaboration between the departments of Defense and Homeland Security in defending against hackers, asks for quick notification of data breaches of military personnel, and continues to crack down on foreign-made telecom products that are deemed security threats.