Across business and technology media alike, I’ve seen frequent coverage of the hundreds of thousands of cybersecurity and IT security job openings that are not getting filled. By 2022, the cyber talent gap is estimated to exceed 1.8 million jobs. In all industry verticals we continue to hear about more companies and government agencies suffering from cyber-related breaches and ransomware attacks. There is no question that supply is low, demand is high, and that the demand is not abating. More...

The cyber times they are a-changing There was a time when companies sought to avoid a security breach because of the impact it would have on their reputation. Executives often would rely on the security organization to keep the firm “off the front page.” However, as attack vectors have evolved, corporations are now recognizing that the financial impact of cyber breaches are not just the potential lost revenue from reputational damage, but also the lower share prices and market valuations. More...

When I define digital transformation for clients and other business partners, I focus on three aspects: reinventing business in the digital world by putting the customer or citizen first; resetting an enterprise’s mindset and culture; and leveraging innovation, technology and talent. More...

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