Women and Nonbinary People in Information Security: Yaz

Last time, I spoke with technology marketing communicator Stacey Holleran. Our work is similar but different. Plus, she warned me about what I might expect from the tech industry in a few years when I turn 40! For my last interview until fall/autumn, I had the pleasure of speaking with ... Read More

Women and Nonbinary People in Information Security: Stacey Holleran

Last week I spoke with Trica Howard about social engineering attacks and user education. Considering how social engineering and poorly trained users are two of the most significant cybersecurity problems ever, it was a great conversation. This week I spoke with another security communications specialist, tech writer Stacey Holleran. We ... Read More

Women and Nonbinary People in Information Security: Tricia Howard

Last time, I got to speak with social engineering expert Jenny Radcliffe. This time, I got to speak with cybersecurity-minded client manager Tricia Howard. I got to learn even more about social engineering from her plus quite a bit about the importance of user education. Kim Crawley: Please tell me ... Read More

Women and Nonbinary People in Information Security: Jenny Radcliffe

Last week, I spoke with bug bounty triager and Ubuntu fan Sophia Sanles-Luksetich. This week, I had the honor of speaking with social engineering specialist Jenny Radcliffe. Contrary to what a lot of Nigerian Princes would tell you, in my opinion social engineering is one of the most misunderstood areas ... Read More

Women and Nonbinary People in Information Security: Sophia Sanles-Luksetich

Last week, I had fun talking about the old-fashioned internet and defensive security with Liz Bell. This time, I spoke to bug bounty specialist Sophia Sanles-Luksetich. Did you know that Ubuntu was her first OS? Kim Crawley: Please tell me a bit about yourself and what you do. Sophia Sanles-Luksetich: ... Read More

Women and Nonbinary People in Information Security: Liz Bell

I’ve got great news for you! My interview series continues. Last week, I spoke with Nicola Whiting, cyber hygiene specialist and Titania Chief Strategy Officer. This time, I had the privilege of speaking with defensive security expert Liz Bell. We talked about the 90s internet, blue teaming, sexism and transphobia ... Read More

Women and Nonbinary People in Information Security: Nicola Whiting

Last time, I spoke with Ashanti, a Rust developer who’s always mindful of security. She explained how Rust is a more secure language, and she explained holochain to me. This time, I spoke to Nicola Whiting. As the Chief Strategy Officer of Titania, she works on how AI can be ... Read More

Women and Nonbinary People in Information Security: Ashanti

Last week, I had a very informative chat with my friend, CISO and cybersecurity policy expert Magda Chelly. I learned a lot about the Chief Information Security Officer role from her. This week, I spoke to Ashanti, who’s a security-minded Rust developer. She also enjoys making music, but she’s not ... Read More

Women and Nonbinary People in Information Security: Magda Chelly

This is now my third year of interviewing women in information security for Tripwire’s State of Security blog. My experience has been amazing so far. I have learned so much from so many people, a few of whom were transgender and one nonbinary. In response to this diversity of viewpoints, ... Read More

Report Sheds Light on Massive Ransomware Problem

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Datto, a managed service provider of IT services, recently released their 2018 Global State of the Channel Ransomware Report, in which they surveyed over 2,400 IT professionals from around the world. Here are some of the key findings ... Read More
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