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The ‘Going Dark’ Problem: Digital Privacy versus Security

Although various answers have been proposed to solve the "Going Dark" problem, further efforts will be needed to create workable solutions.

Could Artificial Intelligence Do Your Writing for You?

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: How Good Is Its Overall Security?

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.

Cyber Readiness: Are You Prepared for 2019's Challenges?

This year will certainly offer many security challenges. But improving your cyber readiness is a wise step in combating attacks.

How Vulnerable Are All of Your Passwords to Attackers?

Data breaches are constantly on the rise. Creating stronger passwords for all of your user accounts is worth your time and effort.

Digital Forensics Jobs Offer Various Career Options

If you enjoy technology and are interested in criminal investigation, digital forensics could lead to an interesting career for you.

Nine Cybersecurity-Themed Gift Ideas for the Holidays

The holiday shopping season is almost here. Are you ready? Here are nine fun, useful and unique cybersecurity-themed gifts for the techie in your life.

Protect Portable Devices from the Ghouls This Halloween

Halloween and other holidays are a time to be careful about maintaining your cybersecurity, since hackers can’t wait to prey on your portable devices.

Safeguarding Our Critical Infrastructures from Attacks

Creating better cybersecurity for critical infrastructures won’t be quick or cheap, but the time and money spent on improvements will be justified later.

Common Sense: The Best Defense from Cyber Fraud at Work

Ultimately, the prevention of cyber fraud starts when you know that something isn’t right. If you have even a single doubt, investigate further.