Reading Time: 4 minutes Throughout my career as a cybersecurity professor, I often get questions about starting a career in cybersecurity. This question seems simple, but it is not easy to answer.
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Reading Time: 2 minutes Today at AusCERT 2021, the Genius Armoury platform, a targeted solution to help tackle a critically important part of the nation’s cyber security skills shortage, is being launched.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Daniel Tammet is a well-known autistic author and is extremely gifted intellectually. He was able to remember and recite more than 22,000 digits of the Pi calculation, which can be expressed as the fraction 22/7.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Protecting Australia’s technology and industrial infrastructure requires a diverse, skilled and dynamic cybersecurity workforce.
Reading Time: 2 minutes A “security mindset” is the ability to be able to look for and identify potential or actual compromise.
Reading Time: 2 minutes In a recent report by the World Health Organization (WHO), it is estimated that about one in 270 people worldwide has an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Reading Time: 2 minutes 12 years of schooling, followed by 4 years of university study and then the decision of what to do with my life…..
Reading Time: 2 minutes My name is Raza Nowrozy. I am a Melbourne based Cybersecurity professional presently working for Untapped, leading a team of talented individuals who are employed as contractors by National Australia Bank.
Reading Time: 2 minutes There is a lot of very welcome discussion in the media and workplaces at the moment around the value of diversity – the idea that there is inherent business value in the characteristics and traits that make each of us unique.