Cybersecurity Awareness Month

It’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and NCU’s cybersecurity experts are here with a few tips for safe activities online and on your phone. Special thanks to Frank Appunn, Program Lead - Master of Science Cybersecurity.

Much better passwords that you can remember.

Tough passwords for computers can be easier for people. Example: bicyclenailhousebaby

Career Spotlight: Cybersecurity

There are many career paths in cybersecurity, as well as many different roles available within this dynamic field. Regardless of the exact nature of the work, the goal of all cybersecurity professionals is to protect data from compromise, corruption and loss. This work is increasingly important as data continues to fuel business across all industries.

4 Proven Ways to Monitor and Protect Your Identity

In the 1995 film “The Net,” the identity of Angela Bennett, Sandra Bullock’s character, was stolen, resulting in a string of sinister incidents, including multiple murder attempts, that forced her to run for her life.

Kids and Technology: Creating a Safe Environment for Your Children

If you’re a parent with school-age or younger children, there’s a chance they’ve told you multiple times that they want the latest phones, games, or tech gadgets. But before you swipe that card or head to the gadget store for a look, remember that kids and screen time don’t always gel.

How your Data Might be Under Attack

The number of data breach incidents reached a new high in 2017 at 1,579, which represents a 44.7 percent increase over 2016 events, according to the 2017 Data Breach Year-End Review released by the Identity Theft Resource Center® and CyberScout®.

The Growing Importance of Cybersecurity to Business

In today’s online age, the number of threats to businesses and their customers increases every day. The largest obstacle in cybersecurity is the perpetual security risk that quickly evolves over short periods of time, leaving businesses with a widening gap in manpower and the resources needed to protect their data.

Fair Use or Misuse? Social Media and Copyright Law

By Rick Rapier

She claims she had their permission and thought they would be grateful for the exposure, but, according to Ultra Records, fashion video blogger Michelle Phan was sadly mistaken.

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