Insider threats are one of cybersecurity’s ongoing challenges. In today’s Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) age, employees are constantly connected to their offices through smartphones, tablet computers and laptops.
In an effort to expand its workforce, Amazon has hired Candace Thille to work with its Global Learning Development Team and create an innovative learning workplace. Thille is a pioneer in learning science and open educational delivery.
Consumer electronics mega-show CES 2018 closed with some impressive numbers. According to the CTA press release, "More than 3,900 exhibitors showcased world-changing technologies that spanned more than 2.75 million net square feet of exhibit space across Las Vegas – the largest show floor in CES's 51-year history."
The implications of drone and AI technology loom large on the human-history horizon. But the uneasiness that is being felt is important to discuss – now.
Many businesses today have an online presence, involving assets such as company websites, blogs and social media accounts. However, these companies are also vulnerable to hackers looking to find valuable data, such as Social Security numbers and customer names, addresses and phone numbers.
Many people would love to avoid concentrating as they’re driving on the road during a lengthy trip. The driver is the least relaxed person when he arrives at his designation.
New intelligence analysts in business or government might think there is a massive change going on in technology, judging by the many press releases and media reports on the tech industry this week.