Author Archives: Kim Crawley

Women and Nonbinary People in Information Security: Yaz

Last time, I spoke with technology marketing communicator Stacey Holleran. Our work is similar but different. Plus, she warned me about what I might expect from the tech industry in a few years when I turn 40! For my last interview until fall/autumn, I had the pleasure of speaking with Yaz. She went from the […]… Read More

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Women and Nonbinary People in Information Security: Stacey Holleran

Last week I spoke with Trica Howard about social engineering attacks and user education. Considering how social engineering and poorly trained users are two of the most significant cybersecurity problems ever, it was a great conversation. This week I spoke with another security communications specialist, tech writer Stacey Holleran. We both write about cybersecurity professionally, […]… Read More

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Women and Nonbinary People in Information Security: Tricia Howard

Last time, I got to speak with social engineering expert Jenny Radcliffe. This time, I got to speak with cybersecurity-minded client manager Tricia Howard. I got to learn even more about social engineering from her plus quite a bit about the importance of user education.   Kim Crawley: Please tell me a bit about yourself […]… Read More

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