Cyber Awareness

  • Man uses phone applications for email, shopping and other daily activities

    Cybersecurity Can No Longer Be Ignored: Picks of the Week

    Why Everything Is Hackable | The Economist Hey: Don’t Click That Weird Google Docs Link You Just Got (and Tell Your Mom Not to Click, Either) | New York Magazine Getting Beyond Norms: When Violating the Agreement Becomes Customary Practice | Centre for International Governance Innovation There’s a good chance you — or someone you know — received an email on Wednesday inviting you to edit a document in Google … Read More

  • Man uses smartphone as home automation device

    Is your phone or smart home device spying on you? Picks of the Week

    Are your sensors spying on you? | Science Daily Amazon Makes the High-Performance 7-Mic Voice Processing Technology from Amazon Echo Available to Third-Party Device Makers | Amazon Hackable IoT washing machine provides channel for breaching hospital IT | CyberScoop Technology is infused in our modern life. Attempts at attaining perspective often fall to historical comparisons. Images frequently circulate of warehouse-sized computers from the 1960s which can hardly compare to the … Read More

  • Clip art image of people interacting with technology on data privacy day

    Data Privacy Day: How to Protect Yourself and Your Organization Online: Picks of the Week

      Americans and Cybersecurity | Pew Research Center Data Privacy Day: Easy Tips to Protect Your Privacy | Forbes Data Privacy Day: know the risks of Amazon Alexa and Google Home | Naked Security Today is Data Privacy Day (DPD), an international effort held annually to raise awareness about data privacy and promote data protection best practices. This event is celebrated every year on January 28th in commemoration of the signing of … Read More

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    Hacking the Election

    “Four decades ago, breaking into the files of the Democratic National Committee meant burglarizing the headquarters at the Watergate hotel. Today’s spies and saboteurs can breach the DNC’s computer network far more quietly … [and] the DNC breach may not be the last hack of the 2016 election season.” – WIRED In recent years, state-sponsored hackers and proxies have breached targets from the White House to the State Department to … Read More

  • Flags of the United States of America and the European Union Fading Together

    Picks of the Week: What the new EU-US Privacy Shield means for your company

    Europe Approves New Trans-Atlantic Data Transfer Deal | The New York Times EU-US Privacy Shield now officially adopted but criticisms linger | Tech Crunch EU-US Privacy Shield Agreement Goes into Effect | The Verge The recently-approved EU-US Privacy Shield—a new agreement for the legal transfer of personal data from the EU to the US—replaces the prior Safe Harbor agreement, which was invalidated by the Court of Justice of the EU … Read More

  • Picks of the Week: No Country in the Americas is Cyber Ready

      IDB and OAS urge Latin America and the Caribbean to strengthen cybersecurity | Inter-American Development Bank Much of Latin America is Unprepared for Cyber Attacks – Report | Latin Post Cybersecurity Report 2016: Are We Ready in Latin America and the Caribbean? | CSIS A new report published this week by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Organization of American States (OAS) called on countries in Latin America and the Caribbean … Read More

  • Picks of the Week: The White House’s New Cybersecurity Action Plan & Budget

      Cybersecurity National Action Plan | The White House, The Real Reason to Like the President’s Cybersecurity Plan | Net Politics Opinion: $19 billion alone won’t fix Washington’s cybersecurity problem | Passcode President Barack Obama recently announced the Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP), which would allocate $19 billion for cybersecurity initiatives at federal agencies and would establish a chief information security officer (CISO) for the federal government. The plan, although … Read More

  • Image of the American Flag covered in ones and zeroes and cracked in pieces to represent a cracked cyber code.

    Picks of the Week: Cybersecurity Lacking from 2016 Campaign Trail

    Clinton’s Emails Drown out Cyber Debate | The Hill Election 2016: Top Candidates’ Stance on Cybersecurity (or lack thereof) | Secure World Hillary Clinton Email Scandal ‘Very Serious,’ Says Bernie Sanders | Reuters While Hillary Clinton continues to face scrutiny for her email practices and the use of a private server during her tenure as Secretary of State, few of the 2016 Presidential candidates have discussed the more serious cybersecurity issues affecting the nation. … Read More

  • Emblem of the World Economic Forum on a window in Geneva.

    Picks of the Week: The Dark Side of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

    Global Tensions Threaten to Upstage World Economic Forum in Davos | The New York Times An Open Letter to the Leaders of the World’s Governments signed by Organizations, Companies, and Individuals | Secure the Internet The ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution,’ by Klaus Schwab | The Financial Times Global leaders have gathered in Davos, Switzerland this week for the 46th annual World Economic Forum (WEF). Although recent global events—from Chinese economic slowdown to the … Read More

  • The Internet’s Eye

    Events happen before our eyes. “Over there,” as sung by American men off to fight the world wars, no longer exists. “Over there” now plays out in the living rooms, cubicles and pockets of a technologically saturated world. Television broadcasts have been “live” since the 1950s and the distance across the globe and back has shrunk ever since. The world is the smallest it has ever been. Socially, people are … Read More

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