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In this podcast, Matthew Meyer explains that being able to respond effectively when faced with a disruptive event requires becoming more resilient.
In this podcast, Christopher May explains how teams are better prepared to respond to incidents if realistic, hands-on training is part of their normal routine.
In this podcast, Jim Wrubel explains how virtual training environments can deliver high quality content to security professionals on-demand, anywhere, anytime.
With an ever increasing number of crimes with a cyber component, the need for investigators who have been trained the ways of the Internet, encryption, and social media, to name a few, is growing and will continue to grow.
System administrators increasingly need business savvy in addition to technical skills, and IT training courses must try to keep pace with this trend.
In this podcast, Martin Sebor explains how implementing secure coding standards is a sound business decision.
In this podcast, Dennis Allen explains that protecting the internet and its users against cyber attacks requires more skilled cyber warriors.
In this podcast, Robert Seacord explains how requiring secure coding practices when building or buying software can dramatically reduce vulnerabilities.
In this podcast, Mary Ann Davidson explains how integrating security into university curricula is a key solution to developing more secure software.
In this podcast, Julia Allen explains how software security is about building more defect-free software to reduce vulnerabilities targeted by attackers.