How IBM Master Inventor Mike Spisak is Hacking Cybersecurity Education and the Diversity Gap by Security Intelligence published on 2018-08-16T13:01:32Z "Do you know who Tony Stark is? Do you know who Iron Man is? Would you be interested in having a Tony Stark-like experience with your computer?" These are the questions that led IBM Master Inventor Mike Spisak – and his 11 year old son Evan – to begin the development of Havyn, a voice-enabled digital assistant for cybersecurity analysts that uses Watson technology. But Mike’s many professional achievements are not the subject of this podcast. Instead, he and Heather Ricciuto, academic outreach leader at IBM Security, have a spirited conversation about their joint passion for cybersecurity education and share ideas for “hacking” the skills and diversity gaps that exist within the cybersecurity field. To meet more IBM Security team members who are working alongside Mike and Heather to make the world more cyber secure, follow our ongoing “Voices of Security” series on SecurityIntelligence.com: https://ibm.co/2MvwGlu.