Data Security Tips for Students

Data Security Tips for In-Person and Remote Schooling

The school year has begun for many educational institutions nationwide, but the idea of “back to school” looks a little different in 2020. Some classrooms are allowing for hybrid environments where some students may be in-class while others will take … Continue Reading

Capital One Data Breach

Capital One Faces Millions in Fines After Large Scale Data Breach

After allowing a data breach to affect 100 million Capital One banking customers last year, the financial institution is being fined $80 million for reparations. The breach took place in July 2019 and exposed the personal and financial data of … Continue Reading

Productivity Tips for Working From Home

Helpful Tips for Staying Productive While Working from Home

While working from home is an average work format for some, the COVID-19 virus has forced other employees to engage in remote work for the first time in their career. Being in your home with family members, a kitchen full … Continue Reading

CIA and German Encryption Scheme

CIA Participates in Nationwide Encryption Scheme

Government entities worldwide have used encryption to enable confidential communication about covert operations, allied countries, and strategic plans during wartime. Beginning in the 1940s during World War II and continuing throughout the Cold War, a machine known as the M-209 … Continue Reading

Artificial Intelligence Medical Industry

AI Correctly Diagnoses Patients Over Human Doctors

The medical field is continually advancing. Along with gaining new skills and knowledge, the healthcare industry is now incorporating technology at greater speeds than ever before. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming one of the most dominant trends in the … Continue Reading

Healthcare Technology Trends for 2020

Healthcare Tech Trends for 2020

Each year, the health industry is characterized by different trends. In 2019, the industry emphasized improved patient and provider communications, better access to care, and higher levels of patient satisfaction. Next year, however, experts predict an emphasis on technology instead. … Continue Reading

Air Force Upgrades Missile Systems SSD

Air Force Updates Missile Control Systems with SSD

The majority of tech users today may not even be familiar with floppy disks, much less think that a government entity would still be using them. The Air Force had been running their Strategic Automated Command and Control System (SACCS) … Continue Reading

Top Ten Government Tech Trends

Top Ten Tech Trends in Government

Gartner, a leading research and advisory firm, recently released its 2018-2019 Technology Trends in Government Report. The report outlined the most salient trends in government technology, helping decision-makers choose investments that would have the most substantial impact. Rick Howard, research … Continue Reading

Airlines Use Facial Recognition for Boarding

Airline Technology Grows with Facial Recognition for Boarding

Airport security has become stricter since the September 11, 2001 tragedy. Now, a new type of security is protecting passengers. This technology is called facial recognition, or as termed by the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), a “biometric system.” … Continue Reading

Netflix Requires PIN for Profiles

Netflix Creates PIN Protection for Profiles

The days of sharing your Netflix account with friends and family may be long gone with the company’s new layer of protection. The media provider with television shows and movies is in the early stages of creating a password requirement … Continue Reading