Over the past several months, the world has faced a once-in-a-generation event − a global virus that has kept us quarantined in our homes and brought about fundamental changes to our relationship with government, the outside world, one another and attitudes toward security.
The times, they are a changin'. In this episode, Unisys Chief Trust Officer Tom Patterson examines three major technological changes that are coming over the next 10 years -- 5G, artificial intelligence, and quantum -- and the cybersecurity implications of each of these innovations.
May heralds the arrival of graduation season in many countries around the world. This year, many of us have family or friends who are feeling disappointed because their high school, college or graduate school graduation event has been cancelled or postponed or is going virtual.
In Part 2 of our focus on the human side of cybersecurity, Jen Bazela, Director of Security Programs for Unisys, talks about how to train and educate the people in your organization to spot phishing, and what to do about it.
It may seem counterintuitive, but one of the biggest cyber risks to a company or government is its people. An innocent click on a link in a seemingly legitimate email can launch a cyber attack that can take down an entire company. In this episode, Jen Bazela, Director of Security Programs for Unisys, discusses phishing, vishing and some easy tips to avoid falling victims to these scams.