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No matter how well you lock down network security, your company can still be compromised. How? Social engineering. Here are 10 ways social engineers can get to your data without touching a keyboard.
Venture capital remains the fuel that powers the technology industry, but it also suffers from the same gender equality problems. Here's why it matters, and what has to change.
The resume offers an at-a-glance view of your past and present. If you want to get your foot in the door, be sure you avoid these missteps.
Working for a startup can be a rewarding career experience, but you have to get on board with a sound company. Here are eight questions to help you decide if a startup is right for you.
Your big data studies and training are complete, and now you're ready to enter the job market. Here's what an interviewer might ask a candidate for a data analyst position.
Aliya Rahman talked to TechRepublic about finding the intersection of tech and social justice.
We've published interviews with the UK's first CDO, Chicago's first CDO, and the Commerce Dept.'s first CDO. This feature combines their insights with other CDOs to provide a roadmap for the position.
Brett Goldstein, the former chief data officer of the City of Chicago, reflects on how the CDO role is evolving, and where it needs to go.
School may have prepared you to administer a network like a pro, but it may not have taught you how to interview like a pro. Here are some missteps you should watch out for.
Ian J. Kalin, the first chief data officer (CDO) at the Commerce Department, is figuring out how to tie data products and science to a core mission of his agency: enhancing business and commerce.