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CyberVista + Dell: A New Model of Cyber Workforce Development No one in cybersecurity enjoys the hiring process. Employers with countless open positions to fill are faced with dozens of resumes filled with certifications but little tangible evidence of being qualified to perform the job. Candidates are frustrated because they’ve invested time and money in […]

What happened at the Ivy Tech IT Challenge I was privileged to attend the Ivy Tech Statewide IT Challenge in Indianapolis last month as a guest judge. This competition had the best and brightest from all of the Ivy Tech campuses in Indiana. Ivy Tech has campuses all over the state of Indiana including Fort […]

Cyber Professionals Learning Formula A Better Approach to Cyber Training Gamification. Innovation. Lab-based. AI driven. Bootcamps. Cyber training companies love to tout these buzzwords words and most choose one of these approaches as a single magic training bullet. The idea that any one intervention of training will result in a more skilled and effective workforce […]

Women In Cybersecurity Opening Doors By Shahara Ruth There is an old saying that when one door closes another one opens. But, sometimes doors are can be so heavy that you may need some help and inspiration to get one opened. In honor of Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day, today we want [...]
American Politics and Cybersecurity: The Origin Story When Senator Kamala Harris announced her 2020 Presidential bid, she took aim at the current Administration, claiming that foreign powers are “infecting the White House like malware.” The comments were significant, not only for the Harris campaign, but also for cybersecurity. It signals a shift for cybersecurity from [...]
Student Spotlight: Joe Campbell Information Security Analyst, Verizon Welcome to CyberVista’s Student Spotlight Series. We regularly keep in touch with our alumni and highlight their experiences using the CyberVista system. Our latest installment features an interview with Joe Campbell, an Information Security Analyst with Verizon. The following interview has been edited for clarity and brevity. [...]
This Day in Cyber History: Microsoft We’re taking our series, This Week in Cyber History, a bit further with an installment of This Day in Cyber History. 44 years ago today, on April 4, 1975, Bill Gates and Paul Allen founded Microsoft.   A little walk down memory lane Gates and Allen originally called their [...]

Patching. Patching. And More Patching. Does it feel like you (or your company) are always applying patches? Do the security vulnerabilities feel like they are always the same? As a Vulnerability Management professional, do you have a good mechanism to prioritize the vulnerabilities?

Student Spotlight: Madison Albrecht Senior Consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton Welcome to CyberVista’s Student Spotlight Series. We regularly keep in touch with our alumni and highlight their experiences using the CyberVista system. Our latest installment features an interview with Madison Albrecht, a Senior Consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton. The following interview has been edited for [...]
To Specialize Or Not To Specialize You wouldn’t go to a heart surgeon who had gone straight from their pre-med program in undergrad and went on to specialize in how to operate on the human heart, disconnected from the rest of the body, would you? Maybe that’s why it’s so dismaying to see cybersecurity specialty [...]
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