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Cybersecurity among top IT skills that employers need in 2017

Here are the IT skills that will be in high demand for 2017.

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CSOs set to make the big bucks in 2017

Last year was a record one for cyberattacks, and that is keeping the demand for IT security pros at an all-time high. So what should these in-demand pros be earning? Four recent salary studies offer insights on what you can expect to...

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What football teaches us about cybersecurity

You wouldn’t expect your football team, that never practices, to win the Super Bowl but we expect our cybersecurity professionals win every day.

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The Phi Beta Cyber Society honors top U.S. men and women in cybersecurity

Phi Beta Cyber is an Association for Top U.S. Cybersecurity Experts to help High School Students

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Women in cybersecurity: Cisco, IBM, Symantec help pave the way

Women in cybersecurity, IBM, Cisco, Symantec, Associations, Events and Conferences

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How to get fired in 2017: Have a security breach

There are many reasons why IT professionals can be fired, but six out of the top nine are related to security. Fireable offenses included failing to modernize a security program, data breaches with unknown causes, data breaches that...

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Where to get a Master’s Degree in cybersecurity

2017 list of universities that offer a Master of Science (M.S.) in cybersecurity.

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Managing expectations for enhancing national cybersecurity

Call for force multiplier won't solve the cybersecurity challenges

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CIO Career Coach: How to resign your executive position

CIO.com blogger Martha Heller explains what it takes to resign from your executive technology role without burning any bridges.

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Cybersecurity skills aren’t taught in college

Cybersecurity threats are increasing each year, but businesses report shortage of qualified candidates coming out of undergraduate programs. Preparing the next generation of cybersecurity experts won't be a quick fix, so business will...

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Coworking tips to increase your productivity and privacy

More and more people today work in open offices or coworking spaces. Such environments present unique challenges and opportunities, and the following tips can help ensure personal privacy and also maximize productivity.

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2017 security predictions

If you thought 2016 was bad, fasten your seat belts -- next year is going to be even worse.

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Security budgets continue to grow, but is it enough?

Cybersecurity is now a top concern for businesses, but the reality is that it should have been on their radar years ago. Why did businesses wait so long to invest in cybersecurity?

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Top 5 reasons to quit your cybersecurity job

The downsides with making a career switch go away in a market with zero-percent unemployment.

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Why studying security in college is a waste of time

To gain the security skills most needed at many companies, students and graduates will have to take a counterintuitive approach to their education and career. Whether just entering college or recently graduated, Shawn Burke, Global...

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CIO Career Coach: Acing the Interview - Part 3

CIO.com blogger and career strategist Martha Heller closes the loop on this three part video series that articulates for IT leaders what it takes get the most out of your next interview.

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Cybersecurity staffing issues may be putting you at risk

Cybersecurity is a priority for most businesses, but many are finding a lack of available cybersecurity talent. But not being able to hire the right candidates is no excuse to ignore your security needs.

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CIO Career Coach: 6 tips for working with recruiters

Martha Heller -- CIO.com blogger, career coach and president of Heller Search Associates -- shares her tips for building an effective and long-lasting relationship with recruiters.

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