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* [https://www.computerweekly.com/opinion/Security-Think-Tank-CISO-stress-moving-from-recognition-to-action CISO stress – moving from recognition to action] - Cyber criminals are enjoying a boom during the Covid-19 pandemic, and security teams are working overtime as a result. How can security professionals manage their increased workload, safeguard their mental wellbeing and avoid burnout?
* [https://www.informationsecuritybuzz.com/articles/3-reasons-why-cybersecurity-is-not-a-technical-problem/ 3 Reasons Why Cybersecurity Is Not A Technical Problem] - Cyber risk is getting worse, but understanding and managing it needs to get better immediately. Below are the top three reasons why cybersecurity should no longer be just viewed as a technical problem...
## The Technical Language Limits a Secure Understanding ## The Technical Dollars Don’t Ensure Financial Sensibility## The Technical Reports Don’t Measure Quantitatively
* [https://www.inc.com/deborah-grayson-riegel/how-to-be-a-great-listener-in-remote-meetings.html How to Be a Great Listener in Remote Meetings] - Here are five ways to be a better listener in remote meetings:
## You listen for what's being said and for what isn't being said. ## You don't relate everything you hear back to yourself.## You paraphrase what you're hearing to check for understanding.## You get comfortable with silence.## You are inclusive in who you listen to.
* [https://searcherp.techtarget.com/feature/7-techniques-to-build-supply-chain-resilience 7 techniques to build supply chain resilience] - In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, business and supply chain leaders have realized how important supply chain resiliency is. Here are seven ways to boost it...
## Build analytics capabilities## Consider contactless delivery options## Rethink supplier strategy## Focus on rapid response## Use digital twins## Invest in 3D printing## Automate repetitive tasks
* [https://searchcio.techtarget.com/feature/How-CIOs-can-combat-the-IT-talent-shortage How CIOs can combat the IT talent shortage] - Research shows organizations are still struggling to bring in IT talent. We identify the reasons why there's a shortage and what CIOs and other IT leaders can do to combat it. There are three practical steps that can nurture IT talent:
## Internships with promising high school and college students.## Compensation and support for completing technical specializations.## Invite IT to the table for critical strategic projects.
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