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Georgia CTO Steve Nichols and CISO David Allen discuss what’s new and what’s coming soon at the Georgia Cyber Center, a global resource for cybersecurity training, leadership and more.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released draft guidelines to help local election officials prepare for and respond to cyber threats that could affect elections.
What are the pros and cons of free technology and cybersecurity product training? How far should vendors go to make sure your staff become experts?
The whole world is talking about COVID-19 vaccines, and the travel and hospitality industries are abuzz over potential vaccine passports. But people, process and technology questions abound.
In the past 90 days, the world has witnessed a serious escalation in cyberattacks. Some experts are still predicting that the worst is yet to come. Are we prepared?
In this exclusive interview, Mike Davis, CISO for alliantgroup, offers practical ways to assess, mitigate and manage cybersecurity risks in your organization — even on a tight budget.
In both public and private organizations, chief information security officers have shorter tenures than CIOs. Why do cybersecurity heads so quickly leave jobs — or get forced out?
Eric S. Green is an industry thought leader who serves as the head of mobile security for HSBC Bank. In this interview, Eric shares insights from his cybersecurity career.
The use of QR codes is growing as a convenient input mechanism to make mobile transactions more efficient. But Qshing, or QR code abuse, is also a growing cyberthreat.
Following the passage of his stimulus plan in the U.S. Senate last week, President Biden is next expected to unveil how he will improve America’s infrastructure, including transit, innovation and energy.
The new book “Senior Cyber: Best Security Practices for Your Golden Years” by Scott N. Schober offers a timely resource for anyone, especially seniors, who wants an easy, fun read that helps safely manage online life.
As the COVID-19 pandemic grabbed 2020 headlines, the list of data breaches in government and the private sector quietly grew. And then came SolarWinds. What’s next?