Hackers Breach Cybersecurity Firm FireEye

Philip BaderUncategorized

When it comes to protecting against cyberattacks, even the professionals that we rely on to keep us safe can become victims. Such was the case recently with FireEye, a leading cybersecurity firm whose products have aided the investigation of attacks against government entities and top multinational corporations. In a recent blog post, FireEye said it had suffered “an attack by … Read More

What Will be the Future of Connected Devices?

Laura BednarUncategorized

Future of Internet of Things Devices

It is no secret that connected devices are a major part of our lives, but they have become indispensable during the pandemic. Both business and individual tech users have benefited from this technology and it will be widely adopted as the world navigates the “new normal.” The global market for Internet of Things (IoT) devices is expected to grow to … Read More

The State of 5G Networks in 2020

Laura BednarUncategorized

State of 5G in 2020

With an increase in remote workers and people sheltering-in-place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, faster internet speeds and quality networks seem like a welcome update. 5G has been in the public eye for a while and mobile service providers teased tech users last year claiming they would be the first to launch their own 5G Network. While it is more … Read More

Privacy Concerns Abound Worldwide Over Contact Tracing

Laura BednarUncategorized

Contact Tracing App Privacy Concerns

With governments worldwide beginning to slowly lift some of the COVID-19 lockdown regulations, the question remains as to how people can begin living their normal lives again. Several companies and governments have developed their own version of a contact tracing app, which uses Bluetooth connectivity to notify people when they are in close proximity with someone who tested positive for … Read More

World Health Organization and MIT Host “Hackathons” to Produce COVID-19 Solutions

Laura BednarUncategorized

Hackathon for Digital Solution to COVID-19

The concept of “Hackathons” came about as a way to combat social issues, cybersecurity vulnerabilities, and other issues that could benefit from a digital solution. These types of solutions have found the security flaws in automated cars and mobile phones, but this recent project goes beyond consumer products. The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) … Read More