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The Internet of Things (IoT): A consolidated market definition

A market segment, which contains the word ‘things’ is evidently going to become prone to a variety of interpretations and this is definitely the case with the Internet of Things (IoT.) Nevertheless, the market for IoT in healthcare has been forecasted to reach a very significant market size, for instance $117b by 2020 according to Mind Commerce. 616 more words


It’s (Not) Academic: Cybersecurity Is a Must for Universities and Academic Medical Centers

Cutting-edge research institutions need cutting-edge cybersecurity to protect their IP and critical personal and financial data.  Universities hold vast repositories of valuable information, including student healthcare information, patient information from academic medical centers, and financial and personal data from applicants, donors, students, faculty, and staff.   571 more words

Facebook says governments demanding more and more user data - - Reuters in San Francisco and Bangalore Wednesday 11 November 2015 23.01 EST

US authorities made the most requests for users’ information, while India and Turkey had the most takedowns for content that violated local laws

Facebook has said government requests for data and demands for content to be taken down surged in the first half of 2015, which the social network has seen continually increase since it began publicly releasing such data two years ago. 285 more words

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6 ways your end users sabotage mobile security

Your employees, partners, and others who use your data should be good stewards of their mobile devices, but unfortunately, this is not always the case. Here are six ways they often sabotage mobile security. 585 more words


Ukraine: Cyberwar’s Hottest Front - By Margaret Coker and  Paul Sonne Nov. 9, 2015 9:14 p.m. ET

Ukraine gives glimpse of future conflicts where attackers combine computer and traditional assaults

KIEV, Ukraine—Three days before Ukraine’s presidential vote last year, employees at the national election commission arrived at work to find their dowdy Soviet-era headquarters transformed into the front line of one of the world’s hottest ongoing cyberwars. 346 more words


More than eggrolls at AWS re:Invent

By CSC’s Erik Winebrenner

I’ve attended many conferences and expos ranging from general technology to cybersecurity in my professional career. Typically, I’ve been what I’ve considered to this point simply a consumer of the information presented in the break-out and keynote sessions. 602 more words