2016 is fast approaching, and with the new year comes self reflection and the opportunity to make lifestyle changes to ensure a happier, healthier, more fulfilling life. As you make your New Year's resolutions to improve your offline life, it's a good time to set goals for protecting your online one as well. This #ChatSTC Twitter chat will discuss setting digital resolutions for the year ahead and how online safety, privacy and security can factor in to your 2016 goals.
For all their virtual achievements, gamers aren't exactly feted for their real-life usefulness; however, the gaming community is proving supremely valuable in the world of technology. The lack of cybersecurity talent to protect us is a real concern, and some are turning to video games to plug the skills gap.
New research from TRUSTe sheds light on how aware companies are of the proposed EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the preparations they're making.
Travelers recently released findings from its annual Consumer Risk Index, which measures Americans' risk preparedness. NCSA conducted an interview with Tim Francis, enterprise lead for cyber insurance at Travelers, to discuss the survey and what consumers and businesses can do to protect themselves and their information.
The RE: View is a look back at headlines that caught our attention last month and that senior executives and board members should consider when assessing and managing cyber risk.
Increase your awareness of the most common cybersecurity threats in the workplace, and you will actively help put an end to the basic tricks hackers have been successfully using for years.
As the holiday season approaches, many of us are traveling, buying holiday gifts and visiting with friends and family. It's important to keep online safety and privacy in mind as you book travel, head out on the road and do your holiday shopping. This #ChatSTC Twitter chat highlighted ways you can protect yourself and your information and make online safety part of the family conversation this holiday season.