National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM)
What Cybersecurity and Traveling Have in Common
Cybersecurity weaves itself through every aspect of our lives: the phone in your pocket, the smart TV in your home, and on and on. And the idea that each of these devices allows you to gain new knowledge is fascinating. It can also be daunting when there is always so much to learn, but in reality, Cybersecurity is just like Traveling! See how.
Trust in Yourself and the Process: Key Guidance for Forging a Successful Cybersecurity Career
If given the chance, what advice would you give your younger self? Learn what successful practitioners say helped them to be successful in their cybersecurity career.
Technology as a Security Springboard: How These Experts Pivoted to Cybersecurity
There's more than one way to get your foot in the door of cybersecurity, and the stories of these people prove it. Read the blog and be inspired by their experiences.
Podcast: Taking the unconventional career path in cybersecurity
Have your listened to Cisco's Security Stories podcast discussion on cybersecurity careers yet? Catch up on what the episode includes, and learn more about what we took away from our main interview with Curtis Simpson, CISO for Armis.
The Many Roads to a Cybersecurity Career: How These Experts Found Their Way Part 1
There is no singular path into cybersecurity. And that’s not a bad thing. Read this blog to learn more about the wonderful ways cybersecurity professionals ended up in the industry.
MITRE ATT&CK: The Magic of User Training
How magical can user training be? You'll be surprised at what Cisco and MITRE ATT&CK make possible. Shared responsibility is what really matters.
The Cybersecurity Talent Shortfall: How the Cisco Networking Academy is Meeting the Demand
According to the FBI’s annual Internet Crime Report, in the United States alone, cybercrime cost organizations $2.7 billion in 2018. These costs not only include service disruption, but loss of productivity, reputation damage, and other business impacts. There are many cybersecurity education programs available, but are they effectively preparing students to join the workforce?