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In this interview, Pavlina Pavlova, public policy adviser at the CyberPeace Institute, describes the organization’s mission and global activities to reduce harm online for vulnerable populations.
New terminology and cyber questions about generative artificial intelligence keep popping up. Can AI be governed? How can GenAI be secured? By whom? Using what tools and processes?
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Looking for a handbook for teaching the cybersecurity body of knowledge in a conventional classroom setting? Read this book by Daniel Shoemaker, Ken Sigler and Tamara Shoemaker.
Every January, NASCIO and PTI release their forecasts for the coming year based on what government leaders are saying. So what’s coming in 2024? Here’s a roundup of top CIO priorities.