Facial recognition is the hot new development in big tech, but companies are taking privacy shortcuts to get an edge.
Since one DNA testing company recently granted the government access to its users’ DNA data, issues of privacy are coming to the forefront.
The inventor of the World Wide Web is working with Google, Facebook, and other tech giants to implement more ethical standards when it comes to respecting consumers’ privacy.
Short of burying your devices in concrete, assuring that your cyber security is strong enough to keep your university’s information safe is a hard task. Read on to learn some tips to keep everything secure.
Payment security is important on two fronts. First you need to make sure not to lose customer information for fear of lawsuits or public embarrassment. Second you have to make sure that the payments are being processes correctly to protect your bottom line. Here is some info to help out.
With nearly every student using the internet at school, it’s not enough for IT staff to be experts in cybersecurity.
On Tuesday, a judge ordered Apple to assist the FBI in unlocking an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters. Apple is strongly saying ‘No.’ Here’s why.
University of Central Florida is taking action after undergoing a security breach that affected 63,000 students, faculty and staff.
Colleges can battle against information security threats in 2016 by brushing up on risk management and increasing network education.
In order to improve data organization and decision making processes across campus, Lansing Community College opted for Argos, an ERP system by Evisions.