What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, February 9, 2018? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
HID Global has released its top access control trends to keep an eye on in 2018, which will change how organizations leverage security technology.
End users can now use apps to determine why their Wi-Fi signal isn’t up to par, and locate a solution to boost their connection.
Minnesota integrator Alpha Video & Audio acted as integrator for U.S. Bank Stadium, and now their technology will aid the Super Bowl.
Red Balloon’s “n-days” tool aims to find network vulnerabilities and improve them before hackers attempt a digital break in.
Hudson Valley P-Tech in West Nyack, New York is partnering with businesses and colleges in order to prepare students for security careers.
The NFL has implemented new RFID Readers as added security measures to keep track of locker room visitors after past mishaps.
President Trump and his national security team believe that creating a government run 5G network could mean stricter security and mitigated threats.
By offering employees and nonemployees IT classes, Google is bridging the skills gap, and boosting its chances of hiring more people down the road.
A United Kingdom thief held a Bitcoin trader at gunpoint and demanded a transfer of Bitcoin in the first ever physical Bitcoin theft IRL.