The best path to cybersecurity careers could involve conferences, certifications or a college degree. You must make your job skills useful for IT employers.
President-elect Trump has made no secret that immigration and border security are listed among those priorities. However, budget concerns may impede his plans going forward after his inauguration in January.
Will Saturday’s new peace accord with the FARC guerrilla group fare better than the June deal? While the referendum was a major blow to the government, it did net President Juan Manuel Santos the Nobel Peace Prize, underscoring the monumental importance of ending the conflict and the strong backing of the international community.
A recent study from the BBB revealed that a quarter of small businesses dealt with at least one cyber attack in the past year.
IT security firm Tripwire recently released results of a survey that pointed to a general lack of confidence in cybersecurity.
With enough time, attempts, and resources, even the most complex password can be cracked. However, if we reduce the vulnerabilities associated with user-formulated passwords, we are better prepared to safeguard ourselves and our assets from cybercrime.
By John D. Theodore
Faculty Member, Economics at American Public University
The Greek economic crisis is making headlines today, but the country’s economic problem started several decades ago and has a number of precipitants.