It’s a fact—some industries are more digitally secure than others. Based on your own knowledge, which ones do you think have the best cybersecurity? The American military and the Pentagon ought to be near the top of the list, right? They have weapons, equipment, infrastructure, and oodles of resources, all of which can can protect
If there’s one thing we learned from the 2016 U.S. elections, it’s this: the entire process is in serious need of a cybersecurity update. And the biggest thing on most people’s minds right now as we head towards the midterm elections on November 6 is this: has the security situation gotten any better? Given how
Brisk air, falling leaves, the scent of pumpkin spice latte. For most people in the U.S., it’s that time of year again—time to fall back an hour and gain a little extra sleep. According to the safety gurus, it’s also time to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. It’s unclear when
One thing is for sure—online shopping sure is convenient. All tucked into bed, armed with a credit card and wearing your comfy pajamas is certainly a far cry from driving or taking the bus to a public brick-and-mortar shop where you will likely encounter a million obstacles and possibly not even find the size, color,
Time is not a luxury available in any business market. And while no business wants to—or can afford to—undervalue the importance of cybersecurity, it is sometimes overlooked in the push to host an online application or a some new feature for customers. There was a time when security was only added on as an afterthought.
Despite its best efforts over the past two-plus decades, the healthcare industry has seriously lagged when it comes to implementing secure, user-friendly, and fully digitized medical recordkeeping. But this situation has started to shift as people in the field begin to encourage and embrace much-needed change through legacy recordkeeping and the implementation of new technologies.
People in cybersecurity have been buzzing about the GDPR, a data protection law that took effect in May 2018 and now applies businesses and citizens in the European Union (EU). In fact, there’s been little talk of much else. But the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) of 2018, signed just one month later in June
Remember what they said in school? “Nobody likes a tattletale.” This old adage is especially true for the U.S. government who depends on secrecy to operate. Things just work a whole lot better when everyone knows exactly what they should, and no one asks any difficult questions. The government claims to protect its citizens—and sometimes
In the U.S. and Canada, the first Monday of September is dedicated to Labor Day, a public holiday established to honor the social and economic achievements of hard working Americans throughout history. According to the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), the event recognizes how the average employee has directly contributed to the current strength and prosperity
Similar to Japan, Australia is one of the few countries with a growing elderly population—and even though both economies are stable and strong, this reality will soon need some attention. For Australians, one of the biggest threats to their future is the lack of younger, skilled cybersecurity professionals who can uphold industry best practices. The