Whether you’re traveling on business or for pleasure, it is still wise to be careful when it comes to your cybersecurity.
A lot has happened in response to the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack a year ago today that created a crisis for the company and the country.
Citing “evolving intelligence,” the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released the joint advisory in wake of increased threats by Russian cyber groups targeting critical infrastructure both within and outside the Ukraine region.
As Earth Day approaches, it’s a good reminder that while our heads (and data) might be in the cloud, ultimately our IT and technology infrastructure lives right here on a planet that is facing an existential crisis.
Here are three compelling reasons for why a computer science degree is useful in our rapidly changing world.
Cybercriminals stole $2.4 billion by compromising business email accounts, which are often used to initiate fraudulent wire transfers
Computers definitely make the fire service for efficient. However, we must always defend against a possible cyberattack.
Nestled inconspicuously in an office building suite near the University of Maryland’s campus, a group of Navy engineers is working to bring a concept mastered by industry to one of the fleet’s most important pieces of technology.