NortonLifeLock and National PTA provide back-to-school digital safety tips
By Kim Allman, Head of Corporate Responsibility and Government Affairs
There is lots to do to get to kids ready to go back to school this year. No matter what model of instruction your school is following, device time for every age group is at an all-time high (New York Times, 2021), making it more important than ever to ensure your kids understand digital safety.
We keep our customer at the center because without our customers, we would not exist. Keeping the customer at the center of everything we do and delivering a world-class customer experience every time is a top priority and way of life at Fifth Third. When it comes to security and privacy, our customers expect us to protect their financial and information assets and need to know they can trust us to do just that.
Before your kids go back to school this year, join National Parent Teacher Association and NortonLifeLock Cyber Safety experts for quick tips to get your family's devices and online privacy ready. Join us Wednesday 8/18 at 3 p.m. ET LIVE on Facebook!
Security is a journey, not a destination. Between new technologies, emerging threats and seismic shifts in the cultural landscape, nothing stays static for long. In that spirit, we caught up with Scott Behm, Keysight Technologies’ Chief Information Security Officer, to get his take on leading enterprise security teams, how 2020 shook things up and what the future may have in store.
If we could rewind the clock two years, what could the IT world have done to better prepare for the diversity of risks offered by 2020?
At Clarivate, data is our business. We take it seriously and believe in trust and transparency – especially when it comes to protecting personal data. Our ongoing commitment to promoting responsible data use will help drive a more sustainable society. We’ve created a robust and effective data protection program with policies and procedures that reflect internationally accepted principles of transparency, accountability and individual rights.
The demand for cyber talent in the United States exceeds the supply of cyber talent by almost 2:1, according to recent research. Amid that shortage of critical cybersecurity talent, being a workplace of choice is a competitive necessity—especially when you hold the largest single market share in Managed and Professional Security Services in the Americas and cyber is a key pillar of future growth.
The federal government has made 5G a top priority, as demonstrated by initiatives like the Secure 5G and Beyond Act of 2020 and the National Strategy to Secure 5G Implementation Plan. Yet there are complex security issues to consider as agencies adopt and operationalize 5G in their missions.
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New IBM study shows nearly 60% of school staff are unprepared for cybersecurity threats - lack of training, awareness, budget and virtual learning identified as major issues
ARMONK, N.Y., Feb. 10, 2021 /3BL Media/-- IBM (NYSE: IBM) recently announced in-kind grants valued at $3 million to help strengthen cybersecurity in schools. These grants will be awarded to six school districts in the United States to sponsor teams of IBMers to help them proactively prepare for and respond to cyberattacks. Services will be delivered by teams deployed via IBM's Service Corps Program.