July 27, 2014    /    by

A new cyber exercise: Test your security team's incident response capabilities

The Michigan Cyber Civilian Corps, state and local government cyber analysts and the West Michigan Cyber Security Consortium participated in an attack-defend-respond tabletop exercise in a virtual city called Alphaville, which exists within the Michigan Cyber Range. Here's why it matters to a town near you.

July 20, 2014    /    by

Outlook for federal action in cyberspace: Expect new net neutrality rules but no cyber laws anytime soon

As we head into the mid-term elections, what cyber policy action is likely in 2014?

July 12, 2014    /    by

Are hacker movies becoming reality?

Recent cyber stories resemble plots from James Bond films. Can you tell the difference?

July 6, 2014    /    by

Where Next After Cyberbullying Law Struck Down?

As global online harassment concerns rise, workable solutions seem elusive.

June 29, 2014    /    by

Perspectives after the Nebraska Cyber Security Conference: Government leaders share insights

A Spartan fan visits Husker Country to learn about cybersecurity in Lincoln.

June 22, 2014    /    by

The Internet of Things (IoT) is taking off in smart directions

Coming IoT growth surge will both utilize and surpass cloud computing's appeal.

June 15, 2014    /    by

World Cup infrastructure in Brazil: The good, the bad and the protests

What has Brazil done to improve technology and other infrastructure to prepare to host the world?

June 8, 2014    /    by

Building Next Generation Networks

Are you ready to handle big data, more video, new firewalls and an exploding number of mobile devices?

May 31, 2014    /    by

Elevating cybersecurity leadership: Perspectives from Montana's CIO and CISO

A look at cyber in "Big Sky Country."

Montana CIO Ron Baldwin with CISO Lynne Pizzini


May 25, 2014    /    by

Global governments enable mobile payments

Why has our US adoption been so slow?