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GDPR's Right to Be Forgotten

Also known as the Right to Erasure, get ready for a wild ride regarding one of GDPR’s most intriguing components. Cyber history is being made this week as the European Union begins requiring compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). One of the most intriguing articles in the GDPR is the [...]
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May 24, 2018

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Universities can't solve the cyber skills gap alone

Universities Can’t Solve the Cyber Skills Gap Alone One year after the successful launch of the 1957 Soviet satellite, Sputnik, the United States enacted major education reform and injected $1 billion into science and technology programs of traditional post-secondary institutions across the country under the [...]
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May 18, 2018

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Most companies are overpaying for cybersecurity roles

Most Companies Are Overpaying for Cybersecurity Roles Security leaders are hesitant to invest in training for existing employees as compared to paying to hire outside talent. This inclination creates a severe cost disparity.   In my role spearheading the development of new cybersecurity training initiatives, I [...]
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May 10, 2018

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CyberVista is 200 Blog Posts Old

CyberVista is 200 Blog Posts Old At CyberVista, our students’ career and personal success mean a lot to us. As we interact with students during live online sessions, tutoring, and class orientations, we can’t help but to get to know them. We learn their personal motivations, career ambitions, study habits, [...]
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May 3, 2018

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All The Cyber Ladies

All The Cyber Ladies March has been celebrated as National Women’s History Month since 1987 and this year before the month draws to a close, we’re celebrating the accomplishments of women who paved the way in computer science as a precursor of the contemporary cybersecurity industry. Let’s review a few of the [...]
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Mar 29, 2018

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Week-Long Cert Boot Camps Are A Lie

Week-Long Cert Boot Camps Are A Lie Though week-long boot camps are the status quo in InfoSec, boot camps are the wrong solution to a learning problem. Week-long boot camps don’t sound too bad: get sent off for a week outside of the office, sit through five or six days of lectures, take some practice exams, punch [...]
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Mar 8, 2018

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Coming Back to InfoSec

Coming Back to InfoSec Laura Owens spent ten years away from cybersecurity and came back with vigor, diving into new technologies, passing the CISSP exam, and co-founding a new business. You’ve probably heard that earning the CISSP or CISM certifications can act as a springboard to a successful cybersecurity [...]
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Mar 1, 2018

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Why You Didn't Get That Cybersecurity Job Offer

Why You Didn’t Get That Cybersecurity Job Offer There are currently 285,681 cybersecurity job openings in the United States. If you’ve been applying for some of these jobs, then you already know that securing a new gig isn’t as easy as the numbers imply. While there is certainly a worrisome deficit of cyber [...]
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Jan 18, 2018

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Ethical Hacking Boundaries: White Hat vs. Black Hat

Ethical Hacking Boundaries: White Hat vs. Black Hat Ethical hacking is a hot topic in the cyber community and has created a viable and in-demand career path for tens of thousands of practitioners. If you're already well-versed in the space, stay tuned for our future posts as we dive into the world of ethical [...]
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Jan 12, 2018

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Five Cyber-Secure Gifts For Your Family and Friends

Five Cyber-Secure Gifts For Your Family and Friends ‘Tis the giving season, when your family members, friends, and loved ones are expecting you, someone who works in the cybersecurity industry, to gift them the coolest cyber gadgets. You probably have the edgiest occupation out of everyone on your gift list, so [...]
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Dec 14, 2017

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