The need for more technologists with cybersecurity skills is undeniable. That may be an awkward way to phrase it, but it’s a better representation that “cybersecurity professionals.” In today’s world, everyone who works on and with technology needs to be aware of cybersecurity challenges. This week as part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), let’s take a closer look at what a career in cybersecurity looks like. Continue reading
“Starting October, Chrome will show a “NOT SECURE” warning when users enter text in a form on HTTP pages.” That was an e-mail recently sent out by Google. If you’ve ever bought anything online, checked your bank accounts through the app, or logged on to your favorite social media network, you’ve used a technology called SSL/TLS. Meet the S in HTTPS.
How is it possible for users to lose hundreds of dollars in anomalous online bank transfers when all of their gadgets have security software installed? Continue reading
The entire month of October is European CyberSecMonth, when the EU tries to raise more awareness with citizens of cyber security threats and provide up to data information on how to protect your computer on the internet. Yesterday on the evening news it was said that almost 6.5 million Belgians are using unprotected computers, so the #CyberSecMonth is definitely a necessary campaign. Continue reading