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When Disaster Strikes, Will Your Data be Safe?

Natural disasters, like Hurricane Sandy, are grim reminders that we are all vulnerable to unexpected catastrophes brought on by nature or by mankind. Weeks, months, and potentially years later, we experience devastating after-effects that disrupt our lives and our businesses. Yet, much can be done to mitigate the effects of disasters on your business, and it starts with a proactive disaster recovery (DR) strategy.

Is the U.S. Prepared to Manage Cybersecurity Threats?

The United States does not yet have a national strategy to deal with cybersecurity; cyber law is undeveloped, and while narrow segments of expertise exist inside and outside of government, broad understanding of the threat and what we might do to prepare for, recovery from, and respond to cyber attacks is woefully lacking.

Cybercriminals: Masterminds Wreaking Havoc in Cyberspace

There is a tremendous diversity to the threats in the cyber domain and the entities that are behind them. Let’s take a closer look at the individuals responsible for the various threats threatening our cybersecurity.

Cyber Threats to our Personal and National Security

In recognition of Cybersecurity Awareness month in October, our faculty offer insights on both policy and technical issues related to cybersecurity. In our second post of the series, Bruce Harmon, Ph.D., took a look at the defining terminology making its way into our culture. In today’s post, Stephen Recca, M.A., takes a look at four cybersecurity threats from a policy perspective.

Trojan Horse, Zombies and 15 Critical Cybersecurity Terms You Need to Know

These days, everyone is vulnerable to cybercrime and other breaches to the security of their digital systems and identity. Our world is increasingly connected through computers, smart phones and tablets and an exploding number of apps. This influx of technology makes for that many more digital portals to protect.

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