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Lohrmann on Cybersecurity

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Despite the lack of major headline-grabbing cyber attacks against U.S. critical infrastructure so far in 2022, our global cyber battles continue to increase.
Like other forms of cyber crime, business email compromise is growing and evolving. Here’s what you need to know.
The questions I am most often asked, both online and in person at conferences and other events, surround how people can break into the cybersecurity field for the first time.
On July 6, 2022, CISA issued a new national cyber awareness system alert nullAA22-187A). Here’s what you need to know — and do next.
We’ve been hearing about upcoming breakthroughs with quantum computing technology for several years, so what’s the latest from around the world?
State and local governments need to prepare and respond to a new round of cyber attacks coming from groups claiming to be protesting the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade last Friday.
The United States and the European Union are planning to work together to secure digital infrastructure in developing countries. Here’s why this is vitally important.
What are the important trends regarding business risk and all things cybersecurity? Here are my top takeaways from the Gartner conference this week.  
Frustration, anger and even desperation are showing up across diverse industries as the meaning of “more for less” is changing in America.
In this interview with Washington state Chief Privacy Officer Katy Ruckle, we explore the role of data privacy in providing government services.  
The topic of cyber staffing shortages is a hot issue that has grown hotter during the pandemic. So what are some of the latest trends, newer perspectives and opportunities available?
Lincoln College in Illinois announced they were closing their doors as a result of COVID-19 and cyber attack disruptions. Who’s next?