3 million users share weekly content on the platform, with 80% of total users considering this professional networking an important aspect for their career.
LinkedIn allows users to share and exchange with other professionals, around topics within their interest or to discover innovative and interesting different views. A user will be able to find people to help him/her in his/her #cyber #security career, or even to help a company with its cyber security strategy and roadmap. With over 500 million people on the site as per April 2017 and 2 new member per second, in 200 countries [Source], who should you follow to get reliable and trustworthy information, in an era of fake news, especially around such a hot topic as cyber security or infosec ?
This list will steer you to the right people to follow, in the cyber security space, no matter your expertise or your industry.
The list is based on the TOP 50 cyber security most influential professionals,globally, and personal experience.
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According to UN [...] research, women are increasingly becoming victims of cyber-attacks. This is due to an important usage of the Internet. Women build relationships and maintain them over the cyber space. Unfortunately, this only means an increase of the risks of a cyber-attack, identity theft or even fraud. It turns out that especially young women, aged between 18-24, experience this type of activities. 26% of them were victims of online stalking and 25% of online sexual harassment. These threats will continue to increase with the increase of connectivity.
This platform is built to empower women in cyber security. However, let’s advise other women, as well.
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