How Do You Get Students to Think Like Criminals?

The skills needed for cybersecurity jobs aren’t easy to learn in the classroom.

Between September 2017 and August 2018, employers in the United States posted 313,735 job openings for cybersecurity professionals. Filling those jobs would mean increasing the country’s current cybersecurity work force of 715,000 people by more than 40 percent, according to data presented at the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education Conference this month. With the number of unfilled cybersecurity jobs worldwide projected to multiply into the millions in the next three years, it’s no surprise that governments, companies and schools are racing to pour more resources into cybersecurity training and education programs.

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SEE LIVE: One-Time Most Wanted Hacker Is Cyber Security Atlanta Keynote

Cyber Security Atlanta 2018 is Oct. 17-18 at the Georgia World Congress Center.

World-renowned computer hacker Kevin Mitnick was the keynote speaker at this week’s Cyber Security Atlanta 2018 at the Georgia World Congress Center. The event Oct. 17-18 featured more than 90 world-class speakers and more than 40 vendors.

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Digital cities. How does technology change metropolises?

Imagine a future in which garbage containers themselves inform you that they are full, at bus stops, timetables change "live", intelligent street lamps turn on only after motion detection or billboards that not only advertise but also purify the air. Smart cities are not just a dream about the future. Thanks to advanced and ubiquitous technologies, what looked like a cadre from a science fiction movie recently was a reality of some Polish cities.

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Dark web data points to a digital blitzkrieg against banks

Financial institutions (FIs) are among the biggest spenders when it comes to cyber security

-the financial sector has the second highest investment in security in the UK.

 However, there is a key area of continued weakness for FIs, and that is advanced email attacks that bypass traditional cyber security technologies and target employees and customers.

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How homebuyers can avoid being scammed

Homebuyers, beware: It takes the average single person 11 years to save for a down payment on a home, and in an instant it can be taken from you by hackers during your closing.

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How to protect against the latest creepy phishing attacks

When you think about phishing attacks, you probably envision sketchy emails cobbled together with a pixelated logo, an obviously phony sender address, and a ludicrous request to wire thousands of dollars to a mysterious Nigerian prince. There’s no way today’s technologically savvy workforce could fall for such a trite scheme, right?

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SEE LIVE (Poland): The famous hacker advises how to protect data from attacks using “social engineering”

A dozen or so years ago, "data protection" or "cybersecurity" were concepts close to mainly state and international companies and institutions - the average internet user did not care much about them. Today, when we have everything on the smartphone - information about family, health or banking data - protecting these resources is a challenge for everyone. Often, however, we focus too much on technology, and too little on ... our own behavior - as the most famous hacker in history Kevin Mitnick convinces, currently a security consultant who will be a guest of the Inside Trends conference organized by BI Polska.

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SEE LIVE: Brazil Hosts Unprecedented Cyberdefense Event

Cyberdefense will be the subject of an unprecedented event held in Brasília, April 23rd-26th. Brazil Cyber Defence, the nation's first cybercommunications and electronic warfare expo, will promote the discussion of defense and security issues among Brazil’s Armed Forces and public security services. Industry sectors, academia, and civil and government institutions will address the importance of building public awareness on cyberdefense, cybersecurity, communications, and electronic warfare.

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EVENT REVIEW: The most famous hacker in the world offers a conference in Jalisco Talent Land

Among the most outstanding activities and described as must-see in Jalisco Talent Land , Kevin Mitnick , considered the most famous hacker in the world, gave a keynote address on the main stage of Expo Guadalajara .

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Kevin Mitnick, from hacker to king of cybersecurity

In the 90s, Mitnick put the FBI's research department in check by being the most wanted hacker in the United States.

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