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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 [...]
Senior Leaders Must Give Extra [Cyber]Care to Healthcare Earlier this month, over 45,000 healthcare practitioners, technologists, visionaries, and information security professionals gathered in Orlando, FL for the annual Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Conference. HIMSS is the world’s leading health information and technology conference, and it covers a wide range of issues important [...]
The Education Industry Ranks Worst in Cybersecurity In its 2018 report, Security Scorecard, a company that ranks and rates  security on IT infrastructure and risks, analyzed roughly 2400 organizations within 17 industries. The education industry came in last at #17.  Education performed particularly poorly in application security, endpoint security, and patching. So why is higher ed [...]

Why Applied Learning or Immersive Education? The role of hands on learning when preparing or entering a career in cybersecurity Guest Blog by Bret Fund, CEO at SecureSet A Cybersecurity career is creative, exciting and full of challenges and rewards. Once you have broken in, there is ample opportunity for you to move and grow […]

Top 10 Reasons Employers Should Invest in Training Employers tend to agree talent is one of their biggest strategic cybersecurity challenges.  But the truth is that training budgets are often the first to get cut when it comes to prioritizing spending.  Even worse, some employers think providing training just gives staff the tools to leave [...]
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