Kristin Burnham

Kristin Burnham is a reporter and editor covering IT leadership, business technology, and online privacy and security.  Follow her on Twitter: @kmburnham.

SIEM: 14 questions to ask before you buy

4 infosec hiring tips to attract top talent

4 infosec hiring tips to attract top talent

Top-notch security pros are hard to find, leaving companies struggling to fill positions. Here’s what businesses need to change to gain a competitive edge.

5 ways to kickstart your infosec job search in 2016

5 ways to kickstart your infosec job search in 2016

You’re questioning your job—the company, your responsibilities, your salary and more—but is it time to move on?

Infosec jobs: 5 Ways to score an ace recruiter

Infosec jobs: 5 Ways to score an ace recruiter

Working with recruiters who specialize in placing security professionals can give you an advantage in your job search. Here’s how to spot the great ones.

Infosec jobs: Use keywords to boost your LinkedIn ranking

Infosec jobs: Use keywords to boost your LinkedIn ranking

Hiring experts share the keywords you must use to rise to the top of LinkedIn searches for security professionals.

4 Interview questions for data security analysts

4 Interview questions for data security analysts

Data security analysts are a hot commodity with a rising salary. Here are four interview questions you can expect hiring managers to ask, plus tips to answer them.

How (and why) to start a bug bounty program

How (and why) to start a bug bounty program

Bug bounty programs are a cost-efficient way to fortify your systems. Here’s how GitHub launched theirs, plus tips to get started.

The 4 most insecure areas of online behavior

The 4 most insecure areas of online behavior

When it comes to online security, experts and users don’t always agree on the most effective ways to stay safe.

9 reasons why users still struggle with online security

9 reasons why users still struggle with online security

How secure are you?Image by Flickr: amenclinicsphotos acWhen it comes to online security, experts and users don’t always agree on the most effective ways to stay safe, according to a new report from Google.The company surveyed 294...

Privacy settings smackdown: Facebook vs. Twitter vs. LinkedIn vs. Google+

Privacy settings smackdown: Facebook vs. Twitter vs. LinkedIn vs. Google+

Not all privacy settings are created equalImage by ITworld/Stephen SauerNearly three-quarters of people with access to the Internet use social networking sites, a number that has skyrocketed since early 2005, according to the Pew...

How the top social networks compare on privacy -- in one handy chart

How the top social networks compare on privacy -- in one handy chart

Not all privacy settings are created equal. Here’s an in-depth look at what Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ offer users.

Twitter Plans Two-Step Authentication to Prevent Hacks

The Associated Press' Twitter account was compromised yesterday due to what appears to be a successful phishing attack that allowed the hacker to use APs Twitter account to publish a tweet that read "Breaking: Two Explosions in the...

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