Monthly Archives: March 2020

Society’s Internet Addiction: 5 Cyber ​​Problems the Coronavirus Unveils

As more American schools and businesses close their doors, the rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic is helping to expose society’s addiction – good and bad – to the digital world. Entire sections of society, including the courses we teach at American University, moved online until the coast was cleared. While large …

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5 cyber problems that the coronavirus lays bare – GCN

Society’s Internet addiction: 5 cyber issues the coronavirus is exposing By Laura DeNardis, Jennifer Daskal March 29, 2020 As more American schools and businesses close their doors, the rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic is helping to expose society’s addiction – good and bad – to the digital world. Whole sections of …

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5 cyber problems that the coronavirus is exposing

As more American schools and businesses close their doors, the rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic is helping to expose society’s dependence – good and bad – on the digital world. Whole sections of society, including courses we teach at American University, moved in line until the coast was clear. While large …

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5 cyber problems that the coronavirus lays bare

As more American schools and businesses close their doors, the rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic is helping to expose society’s dependence – good and bad – on the digital world. Whole sections of society, including courses we teach at American University, moved in line until the coast was clear. While large …

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Canadian e-learning agency working on encryption ‘holy grail’

Canada’s cyber intelligence agency says it is working on what it calls the “holy grail” of data encryption to protect government information as number of reports of privacy breaches, software attempts malware and ransomware continues to increase. Encryption works primarily in transit – which protects data as it is sent …

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