May 9, 2019
Finding a middle ground between forced compliance and volunteered cooperation will be important as CISA moves forward. Mitigating the next global cyber-attack may depend on it.
Apr 15, 2019
The old playbook has been tech behemoths determining how best to safeguard ensure consumer privacy and security. This overreliance on a few to protect the many is plainly not working.
Feb 26, 2019
The technology that revolutionized how the world interacts and does business, known today as the Internet, was originally developed for military purposes.
Feb 8, 2019
Technological advances in our modern world dictate that our cyber defenses should be viewed in the same vein as our military defenses. This shift in philosophy may one day save America from catastrophic disaster.
Jan 15, 2019
With the heightened potential for another worldwide cyber-attack in the vein of 2017’s WannaCry outbreak, so-called "non-essential" government personnel need to return to work expeditiously to ensure the online safety of everything.
Dec 20, 2018
Perhaps Russia did interfere, but the DNC is yet to clearly connect that interference to the Trump campaign. Hopefully, as the DNC eventually accepts their electoral shortcomings, Congress and the president can shift their focus back to improving America for its citizens.
Nov 30, 2018
America has a problem. It is an issue that is hampering security efforts in both the private and public sectors. This problem exposes vulnerabilities that can potentially harm the United States in a manner that is on par with a full-scale military invasion.
Nov 21, 2018
We are a country divided. Liberals will blame conservatives and vice versa, but our 2-party system has always produced debate that has gone from spirited to confrontational and most recently, belligerent and regrettably violent.