The information security industry is a unique field, filled with facets that people who work other types of jobs don't fully understand. You've gotten used to explaining terms that you use every day to people who have no idea what you're talking about and explaining to your mother why she should be more careful about the links she chooses to click on, but sometimes, it feels like you live in a different world. Check out these 7 things only people working in the information security industry can relate to.
In case you missed it, here's the jam-packed webcast that took place this week with three of the data security industry's leading authorities. Watch below and try not to nerd out too hard.
Bringing human experience to an advanced topic like data security is a much bigger deal than you might think. Thankfully, our power packed panel leading the “Securing Your Sensitive Unstructured Content” webinar has plenty of it to share. On August 19th, three of the industry’s experts will impart their years of knowledge and give the ultimate rundown on how to effectively secure your organization’s unstructured data.
Data protection is extremely important to many companies. As it has become increasingly common for companies to experience information security breaches in an often-public way, many companies have become increasingly worried about information security. The question many people want the answer to is, "Can you be too paranoid when it comes to data protection?"
Hollywood has long had a love/hate relationship with computers. They love to make movies about "hackers" and computers that go haywire - but they apparently hate to do the research that would make these movies believable.
The end result is usually some poor actor slapping away at a keyboard while mumbling some jibberish that a screenwriter found in a book somewhere. The filmmakers have no idea what it means - and they're hoping you won't, either.