The Biggest 2020 Cybersecurity Threats

Author(s):

Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

2020 trends, cybersecurity threats, 2020 building blocks, 2019 to 2020 change

Cybersecurity threats, as we discussed in our recent 2019 data breach article, were a huge problem in 2019. Within the first 6 months, Forbes reported that 2019 yielded 3,800 publicly disclosed breaches, a 52% increase from 2018’s first 6 months. 2019 saw data breaches in every sector, from financial and healthcare, to government and entertainment. … Read more

AI Chip Technology

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Pratik Gundawar, ,

AI Chips, AI Chip, Blue computer interior, wires and chips

Intense Race Between Tech Giants Fuels the Growth of The Ai Chip Technology Being the most disruptive technology of our time, artificial intelligence (AI) has made its way into our day-to-day activities. From robotics to the healthcare sector and from transportation to the computing industry, AI has brought remarkable changes. In fact, the incorporation of … Read more

Innovation Becomes the Prime Focus of the Biometric Sensor Industry

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Pratik Gundawar, ,

Biometric, biometrics, fingerprints, eyes, blue.

The threat of data theft poses significant challenges to smart device manufacturers. Installation of biometric sensors in devices that unlock and perform various functions based on individual features becomes a necessity. From smartphones to tablets, biometric sensors have played a crucial role in security and other purposes. Hackers are becoming smarter day-by-day and finding new … Read more

What is a Hacktivist?

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Patrick Putman, ,

Anonymous Hacktivist Mask

Hacking is no longer just about breaking into a computer to steal money or data. Hackers have developed new methods of influencing policy and bringing about change. Especially with society’s heightened sense of political awareness. Subsequently, they are turning internet activism as a way of spreading their idealism. Simply put, a hacktivist is someone who … Read more

Public WiFi: What is the Risk?

Author(s):

Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

WiFi is a lot like water. It is available almost everywhere and probably should be free. Unfortunately, a lot of times it is not safe to drink free water. Water that is sourced from a stream might be dirty, and unless you have a water purification system, it is not a good idea to drink … Read more