What is the Difference Between Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, and Machine Learning?

Author(s):

Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Data Mining, Brain in Binary, vaporwave color scheme

Artificial Intelligence has become one of the most overused buzzwords in the cybersecurity field. Cybersecurity buzzwords gain more traction as the world of cybersecurity becomes more omnipresent in our cultural consciousness. Events like the Marriott Hotel Breach and the Facebook User Data scandal have created an atmosphere of paranoia. However, in the wake of an … Read more

A Cybersecurity Drought Is Coming

Author(s):

Jan Barbosa, ,

Cybersecurity Drought. Dry Bottom Of The Lake. Dead Dry Land From Drought. Dry Fissured Drought Soil. The Concept

Yes, there is a cybersecurity drought looming over the horizon. The data coming in is alarming; They are announcing that by 2020 there could be a shortage of cybersecurity experts by up to 1.5 million, worse yet, the shortage could reach 3.5 million by 2021. How is a global economy about to connect from 20 … Read more

A Weak VPN Could Be More Destructive Than No VPN

Author(s):

Zehra Ali, ,

Internet to VPN to you

In the present era, an individual’s privacy solely depends on internet security. Your banking details, your pictures, and other sensitive information are available on different channels such as social media accounts, websites, and other online platforms. Therefore, the usage of VPN has increased drastically. But are you sure your VPN is working correctly? If not, … Read more

The Importance of Protected Digital Assets

Author(s):

Frankie Wallace, ,

Digital Assets

A significant number of your digital assets, whether personal or professional, are now digital in this current age. The transfer of business practices, records, and even storefronts from a mostly physical world to a digital plain has developed rapidly over the last couple decades. Because of this, we are increasingly concerned about the security of … Read more

Why Software Architecture Matters in Foolproof Cybersecurity

Author(s):

Judy Robinson, ,

Software Architecture

The long-term success of any business or digital venture depends solely on a strong software architecture – that has robust performance and is equipped with foolproof cybersecurity. In simpler terms, software architecture forms the basis of the development of an enterprise. Therefore, the main source acts as a guideline to shape the future of the … Read more

(In)Famous Hacking Groups

Author(s):

Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

Hacking Groups

The Different Hacking Groups Hacking Groups are a staple of cybersecurity culture. Since the 1995 release of the movie Hackers, there has been a very specific subset of cultural cliches we associate with all hacking groups. However, some hacking groups aren’t youthful, energetic teenagers or lone wolfs. In fact, some groups are state sponsored, and … Read more

Catfishing: Not Just About Money

Author(s):

Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

Catfishing, catfish

We live in a time where it is easier than ever to deceive people. For example, the internet now enables us to speak anonymously through message boards, comment sections, and even online games. Additionally, the internet can help you pretend to be a different person. Catfishing is the act of pretending to be someone else … Read more

DevOps Market: Novel Approaches & Products

Author(s):

Pratik Gundawar, ,

DevOps Market, Concept Of Devops, Illustrates Software Delivery Automation Through Collaboration And Communication, Infinity Symbol

How to Bring a Boom to the DevOps Market With competitive pressure increasing drastically and the digital economy progressing considerably, enterprises need to figure out new ways to plan, develop, and add value. Therefore, to adapt to digital transformation efficiently, DevOps has become a necessity to eliminate technical and cultural constraints for offering value rapidly. … Read more

Put a SOC in it

Author(s):

Tricia A. Howard, ,

NGSOC, Security Operations Center, Big room with computers on the wall, Chairs, SOC

As the security industry has exploded in recent years, the need for a SOC (Security Operations Center) is dire. The “security sprawl” has become outrageous. So many tools, platforms, and services – it’s almost every day that a new company or tech is emerging…