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Tech leaders keep talking about building cyber talent, so what can we learn from looking back at talented teams from the past in cybersecurity and basketball.
A Sandia National Laboratories study determined that electric vehicle charging stations are vulnerable to cyber attacks. What might happen next — and how hard will this be to fix?
What are the latest online security tips as we head into another holiday season? What’s the best cyber advice, and what shopping trends should you watch out for?
The bankruptcy filing by crypto giant FTX, along with the dramatic drop in the value of most cryptocurrencies in 2022, has raised new questions regarding the future of blockchain technology.     
As we head into the pivotal 2022 midterm elections this week, how prepared are states to ensure votes are properly counted and protected from cyber attacks? Here’s a roundup of recent developments.
Cyber summits were held this past week in Michigan and Kansas, and hot topics ranged from workforce development to ransomware to growing global cyber threats. Here’s a rundown.
New survey results from the Cloud Security Alliance and BigID show gaps in protecting data in the cloud as well as a lack of confidence in controls being used by enterprises.
What were the top cybersecurity themes, including several unexpected narratives, that emerged from the 2022 NASCIO Annual Conference held in Louisville, Ky., this past week?  
Cybersecurity professionals can learn from teachers, writers, actors and others who have learned how to tell stories in impactful ways. It's a good lesson to keep in mind for Cybersecurity Awareness Month.
How can we better plan, strategize and come up with new innovative ideas in our post-COVID world?
This review covers Mikko Hypponen’s latest book, If It’s Smart, It’s Vulnerable. This is an excellent book that is highly recommended.
White House efforts to strengthen the cybersecurity workforce nationwide took several new steps forward over the past few months.