Balancing Automation With Security

Author(s):

Kayla Matthews, ,

Automation cybersecurity graphic

Adding automation to your workflow can streamline tasks and boost productivity. Indeed, with advances in technology, more companies are jumping on the trend and reaping the benefits. However, adoption will undoubtedly impact your company’s security. Here are five things you should know to reduce security risks caused by automation. Prioritize Security in Automation One issue … Read more

From the Fall 2015 Issue

California Gold: Cybersecurity’s Emerging Epicenter

Author(s):

Amanda Fortner, Managing Editor, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

A Truth Universally Acknowledged  That cybersecurity is a necessity for individuals, organizations, and governments across all nations and walks of life is easy enough to agree upon. “Cybersecurity has no boundaries,” explained Alberto Yepez, a Managing Director at Trident Capital and member of the California Cybersecurity Task Force’s Economic Development Subcommittee. “It’s a global problem. … Read more

From the Fall 2015 Issue

Veterans: The Short Answer to the Cybersecurity Shortage

Author(s):

Kathleen Smith, Chief Marketing Officer, ClearedJobs.net

We hear frequently that there is a cybersecurity workforce shortage. While there are many great programs in progress to enhance the technical skills of our future workforce, they are still not enough to meet the current need in the United States. Meanwhile, despite the fact that we have the most trained and skilled military workforce … Read more

From the Fall 2015 Issue

Building the Cyberforce of the Future

Author(s):

Christen Marie Smith, Program Manager, LMI

The Force of the Future  The eyes of the Department of Defense are on the future— specifically, the force of the future. This spring, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced a far-reaching initiative to update the ways in which we attract, recruit, develop, utilize, support, and retain skilled personnel to bolster the national security mission.1 … Read more