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    Diversity in corporate security

    Unfortunately, diversity is still underrepresented in security. Our profession continues to struggle to attract and/or advance diverse candidates into leadership ranks in numbers that accurately represent a cross section of the working population.
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    Secure your mask before others: Preventing security burnout

    Left attempting to optimize security teams while struggling to cope with multiple crises simultaneously, security leaders feel as if almost 75% of the workday is spent battling internal bureaucracy, while 25% is spent dedicated to the issues that require attention. But you’re not alone. To start, have some real conversations with your staff, and don’t forget to focus on yourself and your own well-being.
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    5 minutes with Sergey Strakhov – Preparing for “Q-day”

    Quantum computing, the use of quantum phenomena such as superposition and entanglement to perform computation, is expected to impact many sectors, including healthcare, energy, finance, entertainment, and security. Before this large-scale impact is achieved, several challenges need to be overcome, and security leaders should start preparing for this change, says Sergey Strakhov, Chief Technology Officer at IronCap. Here, we talk to Strakhov about the impact quantum computing will have on security and the potential risks it poses.

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