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Third Annual Cyber Defense Challenge is Coming Soon

Target is partnering with Women in Cybersecurity to host an annual program offering unique in-depth learning opportunities and hands-on experience in working on a cyber defense team. Work one-on-one with Target’s cybersecurity team and explore what incident response and threat detection is all about. Applications close on June 14, 2024.

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Target CISO Rich Agostino Featured on Retail & Hospitality ISAC Podcast

Target’s Rich Agostino recently sat down for an interview on the RH-ISAC podcast. He shares his thoughts on developing a career in cybersecurity, his guiding principle that cybersecurity is a team sport, and examples of some of the tools that Target developed to share with the greater community.

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