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How Cybersecurity Layoffs Affect the Job Market  

Recent rounds of layoffs at cybersecurity firms mean more industry veterans seeking new jobs, which could have a range of impacts on the sector’s long-bustling employment market.


Is ChatGPT A Cybersecurity Boon Or a Bane?  

Ever since the web-based chatbot ChatGPT was launched in November by artificial intelligence research and development company OpenAI, the cybersecurity community has been debating the tool’s pros and cons.


What CES 2023 Speakers Said About Cybersecurity  

Themes at the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas included sustainability, artificial intelligence and foldable devices, but information security also hovered over the discussion.


$1.7T Omnibus Package Boosts Cybersecurity Spending  

Federal government funding for cybersecurity ramped up substantially as a result of the $1.7 trillion omnibus government spending package signed December 29 by President Joe Biden.


Google, Microsoft Share Cybersecurity Forecasts for 2023  

Cybersecurity projections for the year ahead have poured like so much champagne from tech leaders, promising more threats but also industry improvements.


What Experts Predict for Cybersecurity in 2023

As the year winds down, ’tis the season for cybersecurity experts to deliver their best guesses of what’s to come in 2023.


What Does FTX’s Collapse Mean for Cybersecurity?

Shortly after cryptocurrency exchange FTX filed for bankruptcy, reports circulated that the company was investigating a potential hack.


Cybersecurity Pros Warn Elon Musk’s Twitter Poses Risks  

Cybersecurity experts are ringing alarm bells about potential concerns for Twitter after the social media company’s $44 billion takeover by Elon Musk, the world’s richest person.


CISA Priorities Top List of Takeaways from mWISE 2022

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency will focus on hospital, school, and water cybersecurity in the year ahead, CISA Director Jen Easterly said at Mandiant’s recent mWISE 2022 conference in Washington, D.C.


Uber Guilty Verdict Sends Warning to Security Executives  

A jury’s recent guilty verdict in the trial of Uber’s former chief security officer has renewed discussions about personal legal risks in the industry.


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