By Alex Howard Diversity gaps have become front-and-center in conversations within the tech industry. Addressing the issue is in the best interest of IT leaders, as it affects not only the overall future of technology but also the bottom lines of individual organizations.
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By Bob Brown There are few more lucrative fields in the modern economy than the IT industry. Glassdoor’s recent survey on highest paying jobs is out, and it lists 11 of the highest paying technology careers in the United States.
Cybersecurity has become a top priority of IT leaders, but it seems that patching vulnerabilities hasn’t caught up when it comes to certain data. Many organizations are securing their customers’ data but have not given the same consideration to protecting data related to their employees.
The majority of business decision makers admit that their organization will suffer an information security breach and that the cost of recovery could start from around $1 million. This is according to a new Risk:Value research report from global information security and risk management company, NTT Com Security, announced in a press release.
by J.F. Rice Throughout the United States, businesses and their employees are expected to do more with less and are pushed to ensure downtime is at an absolute minimum, if not at zero. The unintended consequence of this is nobody reboots, causing a great many system vulnerabilities.
by Warwick Ashford Most IT pros in the United States are confident in key security controls to detect cyberattacks—in fact, they may be a little too confident. New research shows that there is a certain amount of doubt behind this cybersecurity confidence, and IT leaders need to take heed.