GUEST OPINION: The cybersecurity industry suffers from a lack of disruption. Not at the hands of adversaries—sadly we suffer from plenty of that—but positive disruption by design from technology vendors. I’m sure some cybersecurity professionals will dispute this claim, but I believe their objections will point to smaller scale, piecemeal disruptions, and we need to open up the aperture and allow some more light in.
Research reveals trends and opportunities in the ICT training and certification space
GUEST RESEARCH: DDLS, Australia’s largest provider of corporate ICT and cybersecurity training, today released the results of its 2020 survey ‘Staying ahead of the Technology Curve, Now and in the Future’.
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