Tips for Video Interviewing During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Laura BednarCybersecurity

Video Interview Tips Security

People worldwide are encouraged to stay at home to stop the spread of Coronavirus, and many companies are temporarily closed. However, there are several essential businesses that are still operating and companies that are closed may be holding job interviews to fill positions that will be needed when the virus has passed. While video interviews have been a popular medium … Read More

The Battle Against Cyberthreats: 2020 Cybersecurity State Coordinator Act

Laura BednarCybersecurity

Cybersecurity State Coordinator Act 2020

The shadow of cyberthreats grows ever-larger in this new year as hackers and other malevolent actors continue to bombard individuals, businesses, and even local governments with attacks that result in grievous costs. Even with the efforts made by both IT groups and anti-virus security firms, it seems there’s no way to truly stop those that wish to exploit others for … Read More

Cybersecurity Trends for 2020 You Need to Know

Laura BednarCybersecurity

Cybersecurity Trends 2020

The world of technology is ever-changing and so are the ways to break into new technologies and exploit unsuspecting users for money and information. The cybersecurity industry attempts to counter these cyberthreats and with a new year comes new innovations and challenges to defending our data and systems from danger. Issues We’ve Seen Trending in 2019 In 2019, we’ve seen … Read More

The CCPA Kicks Off Data Regulations Rising Nationwide

Laura BednarCybersecurity

CCPA Nationwide Data Security

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) goes into into effect in just a few short weeks in January 2020. The act was created to help protect Californians from having their personal information preyed upon by companies that would otherwise collect that information. But this issue isn’t anything new. Recently, you’ve likely heard of issues such as Google tracking people’s locations, … Read More

Digital Privacy Bill Proposed in Congress

Laura BednarCybersecurity

Congress Online Privacy Act

Democratic representatives Anna Eshoo and Zoe Lofgren of California recently proposed the Online Privacy Act, which would authorize the creation of a federal agency devoted exclusively to the protection of online privacy rights defined by the bill. The legislation would authorize the new agency to hire 1,600 employees and give them the authority to impose fines for transgressions. Overview of … Read More