Stacy Collett

Contributing Writer

Stacy Collett is a contributing writer for Computerworld, CSO, and Network World, covering a variety of security and risk issues.

VMware certifications, virtualization skills get a boost from pandemic

CIOs reshape IT priorities in wake of COVID-19

CIOs reshape IT priorities in wake of COVID-19

Surfacing from crisis mode, CIOs find themselves redefining IT priorities, thanks to budgets in flux, a rising need to refine business processes, and new outlooks on the future of work.

How to monitor hybrid- and multi-cloud networks

How to monitor hybrid- and multi-cloud networks

Most enterprises now use two or more cloud service providers, and 35% use up to five monitoring tools to keep tabs on hybrid cloud and multi-cloud environments. What’s the best approach to full network visibility?

How to shop for CDN services

How to shop for CDN services

Five questions to ask to get the right content delivery network for your organization

What’s hot in network certifications

What’s hot in network certifications

As organizations look to next-gen architectures like multi-cloud and SDN, network professionals are getting a leg up with software-fluent certifications. Are they worth it?

How enterprises can prep for 5G networks

How enterprises can prep for 5G networks

There’s plenty of hype around 5G networking and its promise to revolutionize driverless cars and entertainment, but what’s less clear is how it will enable the typical enterprise to innovate.

How to build a hybrid-cloud strategy

How to build a hybrid-cloud strategy

The definition of hybrid cloud varies depending on who you ask, but it always involves using both private and public clouds, and you need a strategy.

Making sense of cybersecurity qualifications

Making sense of cybersecurity qualifications

Organizations push for equitable and transparent credentials. Several credentialing initiatives are in the works to make cybersecurity credentials easier to understand and classify according to their value.

How the U.S. is educating cybersecurity talent – and what’s still missing

How the U.S. is educating cybersecurity talent – and what’s still missing

It’s no secret that the world is facing a shortage of cybersecurity talent. Many industry analysts agree that the underlying problem is the lack of education in cyber skills – in high schools, colleges, post grad and on the job.

What it takes to become an information assurance analyst

What it takes to become an information assurance analyst

This in-demand role calls for a rare combination of superior communication skills and security chops. Learn how one information assurance analyst landed his current job, the skills and training that helped him get there, and where his...

What it takes to become an IT security engineer

What it takes to become an IT security engineer

The role is a fairly new one in many companies, and qualified candidates are in high demand. Learn how one IT security engineer landed his current job, the skills and training that helped him get there, and where his sights are set...

Why more Chief Strategy and Risk Officers need a seat at the security table

Why more Chief Strategy and Risk Officers need a seat at the security table

For years the evolving role of chief information security officers has increasingly required them to think more like a chief risk or strategy officer and anticipate cyber threats before they happen. Now a perfect storm is brewing that...

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