Cyberattacks generally fall into two categories: active cyberattacks and passive cyberattacks. But which is more dangerous?
Many enterprises use virtual reality training for their employees. It appears likely that other companies may eventually follow the same path.
Ultimately, we have to trust the guardians of our digital data to do their jobs. However, we should also exercise caution whenever we provide information.
3D printing’s capabilities are still being explored. But as its popularity increases, there will be an even greater need to protect 3D printing software.
Smart devices have proven useful for law enforcement. The data that smart devices collect has provided evidence that has been introduced in court.
There are multiple ways for domestic abuse victims to cope with digital gaslighting. Victims can also collect evidence to provide proof of the abuse.
Although various answers have been proposed to solve the "Going Dark" problem, further efforts will be needed to create workable solutions.
For the foreseeable future, AI software will be a useful partner, but it needs more work before its writing is indistinguishable from a human writer.
Open source software can enhance productivity and reduce costs. But before using it, know exactly what that software will and won’t do for you.
This year will certainly offer many security challenges. But improving your cyber readiness is a wise step in combating attacks.