Stacy Collett

Contributing Writer

Stacy Collett is a contributing writer for Computerworld, CSO, and Network World, covering a variety of security and risk issues.

Keeping pace with security automation

CSO50 2018: Security risk management takes center stage

CSO50 2018: Security risk management takes center stage

Nearly 20 percent of this year’s CSO50 Award winners took on security risk and compliance projects. Download the CSO50 2018 digital issue to read their stories, as well as descriptions of all 50 winning projects.

Credit card fraud: What you need to know now

Credit card fraud: What you need to know now

Credit and payment card thieves are getting more sophisticated as chipped cards drive them to account takeover and card-not-present schemes.

Five new threats to your mobile security

Five new threats to your mobile security

Cyber criminals are stepping up their attacks on mobile devices with new weapons and variations on old ones.

5 reasons to take a fresh look at your security policy

5 reasons to take a fresh look at your security policy

Evolving ransomware and DDoS attacks, new technology such as IoT, and changing user behavior are all good reasons to revise your security policy.

Four ways to use open data sources to find cybersecurity candidates

Four ways to use open data sources to find cybersecurity candidates

Publicly available data from government and other sources can help you find the right security talent.

How Cisco combats fast-maturing cybercrime networks
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How Cisco combats fast-maturing cybercrime networks

As Steve Martino approaches his 10-year anniversary as vice president and CISO at Cisco Systems, his job has morphed from treating security as simply a must-have to it becoming a strategic imperative for the company.

Companies ramp up recruiting veterans as cybersecurity urgency grows

Companies ramp up recruiting veterans as cybersecurity urgency grows

Many veterans have the cybersecurity skills and attitude to be successful in the public sector with the right support.

Making sense of cybersecurity qualifications

Making sense of cybersecurity qualifications

As organizations push for equitable and transparent credentials, several credentialing initiatives are in the works to make cybersecurity credentials easier to understand and classify according to their value.

Five ways the U.S. is educating cybersecurity talent – and what’s still missing

Five ways the U.S. is educating cybersecurity talent – and what’s still missing

It’s no secret that the world is facing a shortage of cybersecurity talent. Many industry analysts agree that the underlying problem is the lack of education in cyber skills – in high schools, colleges, post grad and on the job.

4 places to find cybersecurity talent in your own organization

4 places to find cybersecurity talent in your own organization

Organizations are missing opportunities to cultivate inside talent who may lack experience but already know the business and have the fundamental skills to succeed in cybersecurity.

What it takes to become an information assurance analyst

What it takes to become an information assurance analyst

This in-demand role calls for a rare combination of superior communication skills and security chops. Learn how one information assurance analyst landed his current job, the skills and training that helped him get there, and where his...

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