Why Cyber Security Professionals Want You To Know to Protect Yourself Online

Computer Security: Find Out What Cyber Security Professionals Recommend to Stay Safe Online The Cyber Security industry is in high demand for good reason. Computer security has become even more important as everyone is somehow connected to the internet. Every person who uses electronic devices needs to interact securely with the external world in order [...]

2018-03-26T20:02:27+00:00Categories: Cybersecurity|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on Why Cyber Security Professionals Want You To Know to Protect Yourself Online

The Future of Cybersecurity Education: Craig McDonald Weighs In

Cybersecurity education and training is becoming even more important as threats continue to multiply. Cybersecurity expert and leader Craig McDonald believes that all IT professionals should invest in cybersecurity education. Craig McDonald founded Australian cybersecurity company MailGuard in 2001 after a cyber attack caused havoc on a previous business. More than 15 years later, MailGuard is now the world’s [...]

2017-05-26T19:32:16+00:00Categories: Cybersecurity|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on The Future of Cybersecurity Education: Craig McDonald Weighs In

Protecting the Underdog: Cyber Crime and the Small Business

Many small businesses don’t believe they have anything that cyber criminals might want to steal. Yet these companies are at as great a risk as others, if not greater. Cybersecurity professionals can help small companies take the necessary steps to protect their data and safeguard their customers’ valuable data. Cybersecurity should be a key concern [...]

2017-04-18T21:14:22+00:00Categories: Cybersecurity|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Protecting the Underdog: Cyber Crime and the Small Business

Information Security Is Key for Autonomous Cybersecurity Defense

The Need for Better Information Security The emerging future of military cyber information security technology involves machines that can self-direct, self-protect and self-evolve but what are the risks and benefits? More importantly, could these weapons be turned against us? As automation advances, IT and cybersecurity professionals are securing and protecting more technologies and industries than ever [...]

2017-06-05T17:53:40+00:00Categories: Cybersecurity|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Information Security Is Key for Autonomous Cybersecurity Defense

The Big Five Cybersecurity Risks Facing Smart Cities

Today’s smart cities may be underprepared for a range of cybersecurity risks, and must address key vulnerabilities before hackers exploit them. As cities rapidly deploy connected devices and big data to create “smart” networks, from sophisticated mass transit networks to computerized water supply systems, they are becoming increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks. That’s because many [...]

2017-05-26T21:00:30+00:00Categories: Cybersecurity, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on The Big Five Cybersecurity Risks Facing Smart Cities

Crisis Management: 7 Steps to Contain a Cyber Attack

How Large Corporations Can Contain a Cyber Attack Swift, decisive action is the key to containing a cyber attack. Find out how to limit the damage it can cause with this seven-step plan. With cyber crime rates rapidly rising and companies still underprepared to fight off cyber attacks, it falls to cybersecurity professionals to provide the [...]

2018-08-25T01:22:17+00:00Categories: Cybersecurity|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Crisis Management: 7 Steps to Contain a Cyber Attack

Women in Cybersecurity

From high-profile data breeches at big companies like Sony Pictures, Apple, and Target, to the thousands of small businesses that have reported cyber attacks, the vulnerability of the growing amount of digital data has become a national crisis. In order to combat this growing crisis, companies are investing in new security systems and recruiting qualified [...]

The Changing Face of Cyber Attacks: How Organizations Can Remain Vigilant

A lot has changed since the Morris worm was launched from MIT in November 1988, when then Cornell grad student Robert Morris made headlines for releasing one of the first Internet worms. Though this supposedly wasn’t an intentional attack, it still ended up causing between $100,000 and $10 million damage and resulted in Morris being [...]