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mudabure.comAmid cybersecurity concerns, tech industry to meet ahead of 2018 midterm electionsThe meeting is intended to establish more connections among the companies, which can otherwise be fierce competitors. Reginaldo Muniz casts his ballot during Wyoming's primary election on Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018 in Laramie, Wyoming.Blaine McCartney / The Wyoming Tribune Eagle via AP SAN FRANCISCO — Silicon Valley companies are planning to meet to discuss how their services could be abused before the November midterm elections. Tech firms have scheduled a meeting for Friday to share plans with one another, three people familiar with the matter told NBC News. The three spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized13
thethreatreport.comDo You Know How Women In Information Security Are Doing?It’s no secret—women working in the cybersecurity industry sped their time in a male-dominated world, having to figure out and explain how computer technology can be used to do harm or how it can otherwise go wrong. Industry experts have suggested that being an effective cybersecurity practitioner requires a certain mindset. Not only is it2
theedadvocate.orgTeaching the next generation of cybersecurity professionals - The EdvocateSpread the loveNasir Memon, New York University Each morning seems to bring new reports of hacks, privacy breaches, threats to national defense or our critical infrastructure and even shutdowns of hospitals. As the attacks become more sophisticated and more frequently perpetrated by nation-states and criminal syndicates, the shortage of defenders only grows more serious: By 2020, the cybersecurity industry will need 1.5 million more workers than will be qualified for jobs. In 2003, I founded Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW) with a group of students, with the simple goal of attracting more engineering students to our cybersecurity lab. We designed …2
weforum.orgBuilding Regional Cyber-ResilienceA single cyberattack last year caused $4 billion of economic damage. What are the most effective strategies to reduce, deter and contain cyberthreats? Dimensions to be addressed: - Strategies of public-private cooperation - Regional cooperation and pooling resources - Capacity-building This session is associated with the Centre for Cybersecurity. Simultaneous interpretation in English, Mandarin Chinese and Japanese This session will be livestreamed on TopLink and the Forum website.
thehill.comSymantec becomes latest firm offering free security testing for campaign websitesCybersecurity firm Symantec announced on Tuesday that it will offer free security testing of campaign websites ahead of the November midterms, a move that comes amid heightened concern that malicious actors will seek to interfere in the