Epidemiology, with respect to public health, is often used as an analogy when discussing cybersecurity. The two are strikingly similar, encompassing notions of impacted populations, specialist expertise, containment, and cure. Education is acknowledged as a primary means of reducing epidemiological risk, especially with respect to HIV/AIDS.1 It has this effect by generating an ability to process and understand risks related to behavioral choices, and to make informed decisions prior to engaging in behaviors that carry potential health risks.2 Correctly targeting the educational effort is essential . . .
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United States Cybersecurity Magazine
- Outsourcing Your Security Operations Center and Why It Makes Good Sense
- Threat Modeling: Methodologies, Myths, and Missing Perspectives
- Doing More to Support Those Residing in Assisted-Living or Eldercare Facilities with Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Prevention