Though DMV and DOT breaches aren’t exceedingly common – over the last 15 years, 235,000 drivers have been affected – they can have a large impact on privacy and confidence.
Realizing this system was broken, McClure revolutionized virus detection by using AI and machine learning when founding Cylance.
In the wake of COVID-19, colleges and universities across the U.S. have embraced virtual and hybrid learning to combat the spread of the virus and protect students and staff.
Brendan Groves shares how drones have both posed a threat to national security and has also done wonders to help people.
Healthcare cybersecurity challenges continue to escalate. Healthcare is a prime target for cybercriminals, as healthcare organizations often house sensitive and personal data, and the already complex space received even more threa
The National Cybersecurity Workforce Development Program will focus on recruiting, preparing and placing transitioning military and first responders into cybersecurity work roles in critical infrastructure sectors.
On this episode of Next Level Commerce, a FreedomPay podcast, Forter CMO Angela Whiteford joined host Daniel Litwin to explore how retailers everywhere are working to address growing security concerns cropping up in the wake...
SOC Telemed’s Jason Hallock explores how telemedicine has grown in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bringing together leaders, lawmakers and lawbreakers, The Trust Revolution dissects how trust is established, shared and challenged as we enter the next great technological revolution.
This week Kevin sent out questions about the promise and challenges of telemedicine, and we are going to air the most insightful responses.
The virtual shift brought on by COVID-19 comes with many unique challenges, and one of the most concerning is ensuring optimal online learning security across new and emerging technologies.
A large majority (74 percent) of IT leaders oversee both educational and administrative technology, blurring the lines between these systems.
Fifty-two percent of K-12 educators in the U.S. say their school has not warned them about the dangers of ransomware as they scale remote learning.
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