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Is Anything Really Safe In The Virtual World We’ve Created?

Jessica Lang from Kaizen reveals the ten cyber attacks that have rocked the world in recent years, and hit 5.4 billion accounts in total.

Seriously?! Can You Not Do That? | Chapter II

Even with new technologies abound, we’ve come to rely on passwords as our primary means of managing access to systems, applications and data. In reality, passwords are our first—and in most cases, only—line of defense when it comes to protecting against unauthorized access, misuse and theft.

Looking Back at 2016 Data Breaches. What’s the Lesson?

The number of data breaches tracked in 2016 in the U.S. reached an all-time record of 1,093 incidents and exposed more than 36 million records. The situation in 2017 is not getting any better, as the wave of data breaches continues to roll on. As cyber threats evolve, we look back at some of the worst breaches of 2016 and see what we can learn from them to avoid making the same mistakes in future.

And Then, Suddenly, Women Stopped Coding. What Happened in 1984?

From ‘Dreamtime Barbie With Her Cuddly Bear’ to ‘I Can Be Computer Engineer Barbie,’ we’ve come a long way in showing girls what they can aspire to. So why has the number of women studying computer science been steadily declining since 1984?