This article is written by Webit.
Written by Celia Paulsen, NIST MEP Cybersecurity Services Specialist.
Words are hard. English is hard. How we manage to communicate anything is nigh a miracle.
Sometimes I wish I was Oscar Wilde or Mark Twain or any of the other great authors who seem to be able to effortlessly describe a character or a scenario so that the reader can envision perfectly what they mean.
Written by Robert Barnes, Administrative Assistant with the NIST MEP Extension Services Division.
This is an original article from NIST Manufacturing Innovation Blog.
Cybersecurity threats are a huge business risk for all companies. Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) — including manufacturers — are especially vulnerable to attacks. Small and medium-sized manufacturers (SMMs) are often seen as an easy entry point — a “soft” target — into larger businesses and government agencies. One of the first steps when prioritizing how to manage your business risk is to gather information about the threat environment. The 20 important (and shocking) cybersecurity statistics listed below focus on what manufacturers need to know about the “what” and “so what” of cybersecurity, so they can start planning their “now what” actions.
This is an original article written by Michael Allbritton, Cybersecurity Analyst and Trainer with Alpine Security.
Today we all communicate constantly over the internet. Some people say we spend too much time on our mobile devices, and we do not interact enough with the world, and with the people around us. However, that is a discussion for another time. In this blog post we want to discuss how we keep our internet communications secure from eavesdropping.