To prevent future breaches that harm organizations, it is vital for everyone within an organization to get involved in protecting company cybersecurity.
We are all confused by the bombardment of daily news informing us of cyber breaches that involve our personal information.
Over the past decades, technology has become more powerful, forcing cybersecurity to evolve with it. But the best protection comes from human behavior.
The havoc caused by the Equifax breach will last for years. And it could all have been avoided by simply updating the system with the new software patches.
Companies that fail to protect their data suffer financial losses. Despite news of these breaches, some organizations still fail to protect themselves.
Ideally, data transmitted through IoT devices will be secure from query to response. But has our ability to collect data outpaced our ability to protect it?
After serving in the Marine Corps, Michael Woods went on to pursue his interests by obtaining a degree through AMU in the field of Information Systems Security.
There’s no doubt that we are proceeding at ever-quicker speeds toward autonomous artificial intelligence. Now is the time to pay attention.
What privacy rights do you have if your laptop is seized at a United States border crossing? The case United States v. Cotterman revolves around this issue.