It’s 2020: Do we need more cyber hygiene?
This month we learned that a US maritime base had to be taken offline for more than 30 hours because Read more.
How much cyber hygiene do you need?
Cyber hygiene: the term that is evoked whenever there is a threat to our infrastructure, a ransomware attack, or any data breach. It Read more.
The troubling implications of weaponizing the Internet
Cyberwarfare suddenly went public late last month. Multiple media outlets reported that President Trump had authorized U.S. Cyber Command to Read more.
Why smartphones are more susceptible to social attacks
Research points to users being significantly more susceptible to social attacks they receive on mobile devices. This is the case Read more.
Why do so many people fall for fake profiles online?
The first step in conducting online propaganda efforts and misinformation campaigns is almost always a fake social media profile. Phony Read more.
Stopping the Russians from influencing the midterms
The continued prosecution of “All the President’s Men” does little to stop the Russians from attempting to influence America’s upcoming Read more.
To reward, or not to reward
In late 2014, in the aftermath of the Sony Pictures Entertainment breach, I had advocated the development of a cyber Read more.
When AI writes your news, what happens to democracy?
In the not-so-distant future, we will be presented with the version of the news we wish to read — not Read more.
With AI we may have created ourselves out of existence
Amazon Go, the online retailer’s first completely automated store, debuted in Seattle last week. Using a bevy of smart cameras, Read more.
It’s not just fake news, Facebook, or Twitter! It’s the Internet’s Dark Triad we should be worried about.
Thanks to the ongoing Senate hearings on election hacking we are learning about how the Russians interfered with our presidential Read more.