Brian Bobo, former CIO of Greenway Health, emphasizes that CIOs should prioritize innovation when hiring the right talent, instead of just ticking checkboxes. They should focus on finding individuals who fit the organizational culture and have a drive to succeed, rather than basing their decision on the years of...
A volatile business environment has caused companies to put the brakes on full-time hiring in the Indian technology industry. To meet talent requirements, recruiters are now resorting to a mix of hiring strategies that include gig workers.
What started as a small social experiment is today known as the Zoho School of Learning. One-tenth of the total Zoho workforce comes from these schools. The talent is groomed on communications, mathematics and software skills.
High-quality and low-cost workforce used to be the focus areas for global companies outsourcing talent. Today, it is all about a highly skilled workforce that builds innovative solutions for global business. The Boeing Engineering and Technology Center in Bengaluru is a prime example.
A man in the cybersecurity field is seven times more likely than a woman to have applied for or been offered the job of CISO, according to a new report from Accenture on the need for more inclusion in the workplace. Experts discuss strategies to close the gap and make hiring more inclusive.
Miao Song, group CIO, GLP Group Singapore, explains the five tenets of the company's mission and how a hybrid cloud-based SAP S/4HANA will add to the group's capabilities in expansion, growth and sustenance.
Anand Atre began his role as deputy CSO of Crux Informatics soon after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and he soon confronted the challenge of how to properly secure a hybrid workforce. He outlines his strategies for cybersecurity and employee education.
A new (ISC)² member pulse survey on remote work policies in 2022 found that cybersecurity professionals who get to choose where to work are the most satisfied, while those being forced back into the office are the least satisfied. The association advises firms to discuss options with employees.
How do we reduce the gender gap, and what are some of the best practices to hire more women in the technology industry? Praniti Lakhwara, CIO at Zscaler, shares her journey and some of the best practices.
Tasked with heading cybersecurity in the recently created U.K. Department for International Trade, Don Gibson discusses the opportunities and challenges of building a security program from scratch, including the initial pushback he received and his efforts to win "hearts and minds."
Beyond advising the seniormost levels of the business in the strategic use of technology, the need to recruit new cybersecurity professionals often also tops the list of tasks facing today's security leaders, says Rob Hornbuckle, CISO of Allegiant Air.
The gap between cybersecurity workforce demand and the number of skilled workers available to fill those jobs widened during the pandemic. So organizations need to take a multi-pronged approach to attract, reskill and retain employees, says Vishal Salvi, CISO and head of cyber practice at Infosys.
CISO Patricia "Patti" Titus says the cybersecurity sector is "still struggling" with the diversity and inclusion it requires. "The things we do really impact all of our end users, employees and customers," she says, so you need "the broadest skill set possible when you're making decisions."
Threat watch: The ongoing Russia-Ukraine war continues to pose both direct and indirect risks to enterprise networks, says Michael Baker, vice president and IT CISO of IT services and consulting firm DXC Technology. He also discusses recruiting and retaining new talent.
Implementing modern architectures such as zero trust and secure access service edge remains an issue for many organizations. This challenge is further amplified by the shortage of skilled cybersecurity personnel, says Kate Adam, senior director of enterprise product marketing at Juniper Networks.