Madeline Lauver is the Editor in Chief of Security magazine. Lauver joined Security in 2021 as its Assistant Editor, and she covers news affecting enterprise security leaders, including physical security, cybersecurity, leadership and management, risk and resilience and more. Within her role at Security, Lauver focuses on news articles, web exclusives, features and several departments for Security’s monthly digital edition, as well as managing social media and multimedia content. Lauver graduated in 2019 with a B.A. in English, German and Media Studies from Kalamazoo College.
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Foregrounding transparency can go a long way in securing your organization's technology and workforce, according to four cybersecurity experts from Intel. Suzy Greenberg, Vice President of Communications and Incident Response; Maggie Jauregui, Offensive Security Researcher; Katie Noble, Director of Intel's Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) and Bug Bounty; and Amit Elazari, Director of Global Cybersecurity Policy discussed transparency in bug bounty and vulnerability disclosure programs, as well as gender parity in cybersecurity.
This Veterans Day, Security speaks with three veterans who now hold roles across the private sector about how military service informs their current positions, including GardaWorld's Lisa Bateman, DC Shared Human Resources/Talent Acquisition Specialist; David Bradney, Central Region Vice President of GardaWorld Security Services US; and Microsoft's Senior Special Security Operations Manager Ben Brown.
A widespread cyberattack has targeted the public health system in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Officials recently confirmed the attack as hospital systems in the province struggle to reinstitute health services.
In a hearing by the House Intelligence Committee, John Cohen, Head of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Intelligence and Analysis explained steps that DHS has taken to prevent domestic terrorism and violence since the U.S. Capitol building was breached by rioters on January 6, 2021.
A new survey on how information technology (IT) employees perceived their work environment revealed that 72% of IT professionals are considering leaving their jobs an looking for other opportunities within the next twelve months. Find out why here.