The UK Cyber Security Council explores the importance of a conceptual shift in what cyber security means for non-expert users.
This paper is a culmination of the talks, workshops, and discussions that took place around the topic of encouraging more women to join and remain in the cyber security sector.
Jargon-loaded job descriptions, a labyrinth of qualifications and a lack of role models revealed as among the biggest obstructions to diversity in cyber security
The UK’s cyber security skills gap is well publicised – but addressing it remains a key concern for those in the industry and the UK as a whole.
This month is Black History Month, and following on from our Ethnic Minorities in Cyber Symposium, we look at what the cyber security sector needs to do to increase diversity.
And what skills do you need to pick your way through the requirements minefield?
Providing the ability to step outside what you know.
Unforeseeable 'black swan' events are usually caused by something foreseeable.
Keep your security posture relevant during times of change.