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GUEST ESSAY: ‘Cybersecurity specialist’ tops list of work-from-home IT jobs that need filling

The Last Watchdog

In fact, these jobs are expected to increase a whopping 31% by 2029. Many universities offer massive open online courses (MOOC) in cybersecurity. While you’ll need a bachelor’s degree (not necessarily in cybersecurity specifically) for most of these jobs, the median pay is a very solid $47.95/hr. IT specialist/manager.

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Microsoft Patch Tuesday, June 2022 Edition

Krebs on Security

cybersecurity czar, took Microsoft to task for silently patching an issue Tenable reported in the same Azure Synapse service. The IE desktop application will be disabled, and Windows users who wish to stick with a Microsoft browser are encouraged to move to Microsoft Edge with IE mode, which will be supported through at least 2029.

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History Doesn’t Repeat Itself in Cyberspace

Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing

The 10th anniversary of the US Cyber Command is an opportunity to prepare for unknowns in the rapidly changing cybersecurity landscape. This 10-year milestone is exactly the right time to contemplate what may be said about the Cyber Command in 2029, and sentiment will hinge on technology decisions it makes in the near term.

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10 everyday machine learning use cases

IBM Big Data Hub

Machine learning (ML)—the artificial intelligence (AI) subfield in which machines learn from datasets and past experiences by recognizing patterns and generating predictions—is a $21 billion global industry projected to become a $209 billion industry by 2029.

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Author Q&A: Former privacy officer urges leaders to prioritize security as part of cloud migration

The Last Watchdog

Cyber threats have steadily intensified each year since I began writing about privacy and cybersecurity for USA TODAY in 2004. These attacks sparked public realization that cyber threats can disrupt daily life, leading to anger against corporations, not just cybercriminals, if they failed to implement basic cybersecurity measures.

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Quantum Computing Cyber Treats: Does Your Organization Have a Crypto Center of Excellence?

Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing

All cybersecurity experts agree that the coming of quantum computing will be the dawn of a new era in cryptography. Quantum computing has made continuous progress, and Gartner estimates 1 that by 2029, it will be able to weaken existing cryptographic systems to the point where they are no longer safe to use. Thu, 10/27/2022 - 06:45.