A 3D skyscraper has been developed to help the Cyber Security Challenge find the next generation of cyber talent.
Children as young as five are surfing the web on a daily basis, but are parents doing enough to educate them on the dangers of the online world? We investigate.
For the Best Local/Community Plan, Securing Our eCity San Diego and MyMainePrivacy were both selected as winners. Both proposals offered innovated strategies for grassroots collaborative approaches with state and local government, public and private sector, and the academic community through their online classroom style trainings. The National Cybersecurity Awareness Challenge, which Secretary Napolitano announced in
According to the CBO report quoted in this graphic, three dollars from every citizen of the United States each year for four years is what the final cost will be. We’re talking about the amped up Cybersecurity Enhancement Act of 2010 (HR 4061) currently passed by the House of Representatives. This can easily be confused
Allow me to frame the threat of cybercrime that we all face by quoting from Jeff Debrosse’s 2009 Cybersecurity Review white paper: Cybercriminals are global and often well organized. They are smaller and more maneuverable than most corporations. Some are sheltered by certain G8 economic countries’ policies and laws. Their thefts fuel their home country’s
After having launched the Securing Our eCity campaign (www.securingourecity.org) in San Diego, ESET is taking cyber security education to Austin Texas. ESET will be offering free educational seminars about cyber security in Austin. ESET recently commissioned a survey of 551 residents of Austin, Texas. 24% of the people interviewed reported that they or someone they
Ahhh that was a coworker’s favorite saying each time administrators would make idiotic decisions because they weren’t in the trenches to see the effects of their decisions. There is a result from the National Cyber Security Alliance survey that I find specifically interesting. First, let me preface this by saying the thing you learn most