Cybersecurity

  • Pell Center Fellows Provide Important Contribution to a New Publication on Cybersecurity Workforce Management

    NEWPORT, RI— Pell Center fellows Francesca Spidalieri and Sean Kern contributed insights and recommendations to the Council on CyberSecurity’s most recent publication, entitled “Cybersecurity Workforce Handbook: A Practical Guide to Managing Your Workforce.” The Workforce Handbook was produced by an expert panel convened by the Council on CyberSecurity, of which Spidalieri and Kern are members. The Council on CyberSecurity supports workforce refinement, management, and development at both the individual and … Read More

  • CyberSecurity and Your Business

    Pell Center Seminar Provides Small and Medium-Size Businesses with Practical Solutions to Fend Off Cyber Attacks

    NEWPORT, R.I. – The Pell Center, in collaboration with CAI Managed IT, recently hosted a seminar on “Cybersecurity and Your Business: Security Strategies for SMBs.” The event, part of the Pell Center’s Rhode Island Corporate Cybersecurity Initiative (RICCI), brought together representatives from over 20 different organizations across the state to explore cybersecurity and business continuity solutions for small and medium-size businesses (SMBs).     Securing a business against increasingly sophisticated … Read More

  • Pell Center Announces New Adjunct Fellows

    NEWPORT, R.I. — The Pell Center Fellows program continues to grow with its addition of  three new adjunct fellows. Ken Bell, Sean Kern, and Angela Siefer will be joining a cohort of scholars and industry professionals whose areas of expertise range from environmental policy and education to international affairs and American political thought. Ken Bell is a cybersecurity engineer at Raytheon, as well an adjunct professor at Salve Regina University. … Read More

  • Picks of the Week | Credit Card Security, Wage Stagnation

    Chip-and-Pin as latest move to fight identity Why America has been slow to adopt modern credit-card technology | The Economist Is The US Finally Accelerating A Move To Chip And Pin? | Forbes    Obama calls for greater credit card security in light of data breaches | The Washington Post President Barack Obama recently signed an executive order requiring the federal government to issue new “chip-and-PIN” credit and debit cards, which … Read More

  • Picks of the Week | Cybersecurity Education for Children and The Battle Against Extremists

    Cybersecurity Education K Through Life Growing Up in a Connected World | Fraud Avengers Security Education K Through Life | Dark Reading Professionalizing Cybersecurity: A path to universal standards and status | Pell Center The bottom line with cybersecurity is that no country, industry, community, or individual will ever be fully secure against cyber risks. This is because we simply cannot eliminate all the vulnerabilities inherent to a realm as … Read More

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    Pell Center Seminar Addresses Key Skills and Knowledge of Effective Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs)

    NEWPORT, R.I.—The world’s first Chief Information Officer (CIO) and renowned cybersecurity expert, Mr. Steve Katz, led the recent seminar on “Cybersecurity and Corporate Leadership: Connecting the Server Room and the Board Room” at the Pell Center.  The event, held on October 14, kicked off the second year of the Pell Center’s Rhode Island Corporate Cybersecurity Initiative (RICCI), which was launched in 2013 and aims to bring together senior leaders from various … Read More

  • What is the cloud?

    Almost forty percent of the world’s population uses the Internet in some capacity. Every minute YouTube receives over one hundred hours of uploaded material. Four hundred seventy million unique visitors read over thirty three million pages in two hundred and eighty six articles on Wikipedia. Two billion people send over one hundred billion emails every day. The computer itself has gone from the price of a Learjet, to the price of … Read More

  • Picks of the Week | ISIS as Cyber Threat and its Will to Fight

    The Breaking of Will James Clapper: We underestimated the Islamic State’s ‘will to fight’| The Washington Post The Battle Against the Islamic State is not ours to Fight or Win | The Washington Post The Manual that Chillingly Foreshadows the Islamic State | The Washington Post War is not about the killing of people, the destruction of buildings, or the disablement of machinery.  War is about the breaking of will. … Read More

  • Pell Center Cybersecurity Workshop Discusses Necessary Updates to the RI Data Security and Breach Notification Law

    By Francesca Spidalieri, Fellow for Cyber Leadership NEWPORT, RI – Rhode Island’s private and public sectors leaders gathered at the Pell Center on September 23, 2014 to participate in a two-hour roundtable discussion on the Rhode Island’s Data Security and Breach Notification Law. The invitation-only event brought together key players in the state to review current gaps in the RI notification of breach law, to compare the RI law with … Read More

  • Picks of the Week | Dealing with Extremists, Racial Misperception, and Apple Pay

    Apple Pay: revolutionary innovation or new security breach target? How Safe Can Apple Pay Really Be? | Gizmodo Retail Experts See Hurdles to Apple Pay Adoption | Forbes After nude celebrity hacking, Apple’s Tim Cook says company will improve security | The Washington Post Apple finally unveiled its latest smartphone—the iPhone 6—and its much-anticipated Apple Watch this week. While the first outside look at these products may be big news, the … Read More

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