Saturday, August 8, 2020
US Cyber Command

Cyber Security is Getting a Government Boost

It’s a sign of the times. That’s what the latest move made this past week by the Trump administration indicates, as they elevated the US Cyber Command to a Unified Combatant...
russian election hacks

Federal Government Informs Local Election Officials of Possible Russian Election Hack

Almost nothing has been more (frightfully) entertaining than Trump’s tweets. His most recent back-and-forth with the NBA champion Golden State Warriors has been particularly entertaining. But at the top of Donald’s...

Restaurant App Zomato Gets Hacked, 17 Million Users’ Data Stolen

When is the last time you’ve changed your password? For most of us, it’s been too long since we’ve changed them to keep our accounts safe, despite the common knowledge that...

Wannacry & Ransomware Attacks: The Blame Game

I remember fighting with my siblings as a child. Suddenly mom or dad would come in and we’d both point at the other one and say, “It was his fault!” When...

The Newest in Cyber Security from IBM

The 1980’s kids’ TV show GI Joe closed with the famous lines, “Now you know. And knowing is half the battle.” That’s never more true than in cyber security. When the...

Macron Campaign: Hacking, Elections, and Cybersecurity

A consistent theme of spy movies during the cold war was Russian spies seeking to take control of international governments nefariously. That plot may not be too far fetched. Traditional elections...

Phishing for the Big One

Phishing has usually been consigned to Nigerian princes and retirees who had no idea about technology. Those duped by these scams have traditionally been the laughing stock of the tech world,...


Improving Network Security through the IoT

The What Since its inception the Internet of Things (IoT) has been labelled a security risk, with enormous challenges. However, data analytics firm MicroStrategy has...

Chasing the Leaders