In the sixth Q&A installment of the “A Journey to Gender Equity” blog series, F5 EVP Kara Sprague shares how she ended up in cybersecurity and her advice for women and other underrepresented groups building cybersecurity careers.
Ransomware cybercriminals continue to evolve their strategies. Rather than encrypting data, they’re simply stealing it and threatening to release it to the public or auction it off.
In the fifth Q&A installment of F5’s “A Journey to Gender Equity” series, Rachael Shah and Angel Grant, Vice President of Security for F5 Distributed Cloud Services, reflect on breaking barriers in cybersecurity and forging a path toward a more secure digital future for all.
Uncover key risks of generative AI tools in the workplace and how organizations can safeguard and maintain data security.
In the fourth Q&A installment of F5's “A Journey to Gender Equity” series, Rachael Shah and Jenn Gile, head of product marketing for NGINX, dispel myths about cybersecurity careers and discuss tips and benefits to closing the gender gap in cybersecurity.
In this third Q&A installment of the “A Journey to Gender Equity” series, Rachael Shah sat down with Rachel Zabawa, a rising talent in cybersecurity here at F5, to discuss the barriers she’s experienced during her career and her advice for other career seekers from underrepresented groups.
In the second Q&A installment of “A Journey to Gender Equity” series, Rachael Shah sat down with Erin Verna to discuss the importance of expanding diversity in cybersecurity and advice on how the community can support underrepresented gender groups across the industry.
International Women’s Day is a global day dedicated to celebrating the many achievements of women and accelerating gender parity. Rachael Shah's Q&A with Navpreet Gill focuses on the importance of continuing to empower women in cybersecurity.
Scammers love to leech onto distraction. And the Super Bowl has plenty of that. With emotions high and sense of awareness lower, threat actors will launch some of their favorite tactics, like phishing campaigns and ransomware attacks, to try and make even the most cybersecurity savvy slip up.
To understand why—or why not (yet)—companies have implemented TLS 1.3, F5 sponsored the Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) research report, “TLS 1.3’s Fourth Anniversary: What Have We Learned About Implementation and Network Monitoring?”
As F5 CEO François Locoh-Donou put it, ransomware is an epidemic the entire world’s facing. Rachael Shah contextualizes how serious a threat ransomware continues to be and why she can’t stop thinking about it.