Bruce Harpham

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Bruce Harpham, PMP, writes on technology and project management at Project Management Hacks for growth-oriented professionals.

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How 3 fintech startups are shaking up security

How 3 fintech startups are shaking up security

Over the years, the financial industry has invested heavily in staff, processes and technology to improve security. But some startups are taking a more innovative approach.

How to get started in IT security consulting

How to get started in IT security consulting

IT security consulting is an excellent way to grow as a security professional. In contrast to an corporate role, consultants are exposed to a variety of business situations and industries. Those who succeed in the consulting world...

Physical security has many holes to be plugged

Physical security has many holes to be plugged

Catastrophic failures due to natural disasters, crime or other causes are a major worry for security professionals. Smaller failures and disruptions because of their greater frequency are also a concern. For banks, a lost hour of...

What did we learn about cybersecurity in 2015?

What did we learn about cybersecurity in 2015?

Cybercrime is always a hot-button issue, and last year was no different. What lessons can we learn from some of the more insidious trends and events to better prepare ourselves for the year ahead?

How to become a CISO

How to become a CISO

The role of Chief Information Security Officer has been around for a couple of decades. And while many large companies still don’t have a dedicated CISO, fallout from prominent security breaches and the increasing visibility of...

How Lockheed Martin, Cisco and PWC manage cybersecurity

How Lockheed Martin, Cisco and PWC manage cybersecurity

Forget systems … it’s your own people who are your greatest security threats. Luckily, and with training, they can also be your first line of defense.

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