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Cybersecurity is more important than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic. Experts lay out new threats and detail ways you should address them - MIT Sloan management school. Read More
As people continue to work from home and Arkansas students take classes virtually this year, online security is more important than ever.
Chris Moss is the information security officer at Arkansas Tech University. He said one of the most important things people need to do right now is watch out for what devices are connecting to their home WiFi or hot spots, and making sure these devices are secure. Learn More
A new report from Microsoft suggests that cloud-based technologies and Zero Trust architecture will become mainstays of businesses' cybersecurity investments going forward. Learn More
Smart cities are the future. Today more than ever, nations around the globe are starting to adopt new developments to enhance their cities’ smart capabilities.
One such nation is Macau, which joined hands with the Chinese technology giant Alibaba group in 2017. The goal was to develop a public-private partnership project that aims to turn the special administrative region into a leading smart city in the Asia Pacific region. Learn More
Security and cyber-attack prevention are very real concerns in the industrial sector, especially as more machinery and equipment becomes connected to take advantage of IIoT. This blog highlights what leads to these security issues, and how to overcome them. Read More
Ransomware attacks, data breaches, and scams – along with a steady stream of extortion and phishing emails – have taken over the internet. We hear about cybercrime so often that it can quickly turn into white noise. That's a mistake. Here are 10 security myths you need to stop believing about your data. Read More
Schools need to have a holistic approach to cybersecurity, especially now that technology and connectivity permeate nearly all facets of life. Read More
Questions we should all be asking include: What do we do if the power grid is breached making electric-start backup generators unusable? What’s the backup plan for the backup plan? What happens to our food supply? Our water supply? Our sewer systems? Our financial systems? Our economy? Answering these questions requires systems-level thinking about how everything is connected and consideration of the interdependencies. For example, hospitals might have backup generators. But, what about the supply line for refueling? If the refueling stations need electricity to operate pumps, what is the plan? Read More
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