CyberSecurity

Is North Korea Really Responsible for the WannaCry Malware Attack?

Is North Korea Really Responsible for the WannaCry Malware Attack? According to some of the top cybersecurity researchers, like Symantec, Kaspersky Lab and Google, there seems to be some technical evidence that the WannaCry malware attack that is infecting and wrecking havoc on more than 300,000 computers in over 150 countries, has a connection to the

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New Cybersecurity Tool To Help HR Find Qualified Applicants

What’s going on with the CyberSecurity Industry’s talent, or lack thereof? In today’s tech climate, not only are there 80,000 Entry-Level, Non-Sexy Tech Jobs that Undergrads Don’t Want, as we saw in yesterday’s post, but it looks like when they finally do apply the majority of applicants turn out to be unqualified. “On average, 59

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The $80,000 Entry-Level, Non-Sexy Tech Jobs Undergrads Don’t Want

Ashton Mozano, a cybersecurity professor at the University of San Diego, details how most of the undergrads with a computer science or computer engineering degree, would rather create new products and technologies for Apple and Google than design and operate systems that spot, resist and alleviate a variety of attacks, than work in the non-sexy

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