The largest generation in U.S. history—an emerging consumer powerhouse—is making significant cultural changes centered around revolutionary, life-enhancing technologies.
U.S. laws and the lack of a firm national cybersecurity policy are restricting the Army’s actions in its around-the-clock battle against dangerous cyber adversaries.
Terror, cyber and insider attacks must be defended against as much as their accompanying liabilities.
We can find many similarities between present-day cybersecurity concerns and the ramp up to Y2K, when the world spent billions patching and replacing systems to prevent massive infrastructure failures.
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With data breaches becoming more common and more serious, organizations and individuals increasingly are encrypting information. This trend ultimately could lead to significant changes in the data security realm.