Last week, the world awoke to the latest information security breach involving Marriott International's Starwood hotel chain, caused by an advanced persistent threat (APT) attacker. This breach, dating back to 2014, resulted in the unauthorized disclosure of 500 million customers’ personally identifiable information (PII).
Some technology jobs are being lost and others are being created. Whether or not an employment crisis is truly brewing remains to be seen.
If you enjoy technology and are interested in criminal investigation, digital forensics could lead to an interesting career for you.
As 2019 approaches, we would like to believe that cybercrime is becoming less of a problem. Unfortunately, that is anything but the truth.
From 1985 to 1990, I was the Director of the Army Artificial Intelligence (AI) Center for Logistics. We developed AI products to run programs and processes.
Touch ID is a convenient feature. It easily unlocks devices in a way that seems safe and secure. But recently, a handful of scam apps have emerged that make this convenient Apple feature not as safe or as secure as one would hope.
A major EMP event – whether natural or man-made – would be devastating for the United States and the planet. Much of life as we know it would cease.
Using the layered approach to organizational cybersecurity has grown in importance, with security issues resulting from BYOD policies and IoT devices.
No one action prevents your device or system from talking to cyber strangers, but security measures will reinforce device or system security control.
There are still several serious threats in the cybersecurity landscape. Accenture Security iDefense identified five in a recent report.