Posts Tagged 'cybersecurity'
By Kent Landfield, Director of Standards and Technology Policy, Intel Security, and Malcolm Harkins, Chief Security and Privacy Officer at Intel When the Administration released the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity (the Framework) on February 12, 2014, many of us at Intel and Intel Security were familiar with the details, as we had participated […]
Driverless technology, beyond making commutes shorter and more productive, could provide new levels of freedom for seniors and disabled people. It could also reinvent transportation, making cars safer and accident-adverse. But driverless cars can only achieve this potential if they’re secure. This brings us to a recent report published by Senator Edward J. Markey about […]
Today is an exciting day for educating the online family about privacy awareness. Not only is today Data Privacy Day– an international effort centered around “Respecting Privacy, Safeguarding Data and Enabling Trust,” but it’s also the day we’re releasing our new digital safety module for children ages 8-11 on Cybersecurity with Discovery Education, as part […]
Focus your energies on building a comprehensive security strategy and turning to experts for guidance. Panic: a sudden overwhelming fear that produces hysterical or irrational behavior and that often spreads quickly through a group. Puzzle: a thing that is difficult to understand or explain. A new year always brings with it a round of predictions. […]
I’m gratified to see President Obama assign cybersecurity the priority it deserves in his State of the Union speech. The president announced a legislative push to increase information sharing between the government and cybersecurity companies, and to help law enforcement apprehend international cybercriminals. Yes, the hard work of writing laws remains ahead. But the president’s […]