Ten years ago, we never thought of our mobile devices as being targeted by hackers. But with our increasing reliance on smartphones and tablet computers, cyber crooks have invaded this technology as well.
When you’re called for a phone or in-person interview about a cybersecurity job, you’ll commonly face two types of questions.
On September 12, the European Union (EU) passed a law that could severely stifle freedom of expression on the Internet.
When it comes to your smartphone or laptop camera, it’s possible for either type of camera to be hacked and used without your permission.
When you examine how AI and robots have entered many aspects of daily life, the next logical place where AI can be used is in education.
Of the roughly 250,000 servicemembers who transition out of the military each year, one in three veterans end up taking jobs well below their skill level.
In today’s high-tech world, we are constantly vulnerable to cybersecurity threats. The ability to identify different types of cyber attacks is a useful way to protect yourself.
American Public University STEM Dean, Dr. Ahmed Naumaan continues his discussion on where strong AI is headed in our society. Will the machines ever be genuine thinkers?
Facial recognition is a biometric process that utilizes algorithms to identify the physical characteristics of an individual’s face and compares the results to existing photographs or videos on file with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
The need for cybersecurity is on the rise due to its increased adoption in professional fields like aerospace, defense, government, banking, healthcare, information technology, telecommunications, and manufacturing.