A majority of Americans reportedly lack trust in the Federal government and other key institutions to protect their personal information, but many still fail to practice basic digital security in their personal lives, according to a recent study.
The US-CERT cybersecurity incident notification guidelines that go into effect April 1, 2017, will affect all Federal departments and agencies, as well as state, local, tribal, and territorial government entities, among others.
How quickly are we to forgive and forget a company for data breaches? Not that quickly. But this is especially true for men, according to a recent survey.
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced that the Department of Homeland Security and Hiring our Heroes have teamed up to offer free online, on-demand cybersecurity training to government employees and veterans via DHS’ Federal Virtual Training Environment.
SecureAuth has launched SecureAuth University, a continuing education program for cybersecurity professionals. Through e-learning and instructor-led courses, SecureAuth University offers certification for three levels of cybersecurity professionals: administrator, advanced administrator, and developer.
The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate awarded 13 small businesses $1.3 million to develop new cybersecurity technology.
Carnegie Mellon University’s competitive computer security team, The Plaid Parliament of Pwning, won this year’s DefCon Capture the Flag (CTF) competition, securing its third title in four years.
Despite current consumer protection efforts such as required prior consent and the Do Not Call registry, thousands of people are inundated with unwanted calls every day. Now, the Federal Communications Commission is fighting back to stop these robocalls and telemarketing calls. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wrote a blog post urging wireless and wireline phone companies to offer call-blocking services to their customers at no cost.
Amazon announced at the International Society for Technology for Educators the launch of Amazon Inspire, a free education resources platform for K-12 teachers to support digital learning in the classroom.