Cyber Weekly Roundup – January 26, 2018

ICYMI: New global cybersecurity center announced at Davos; Facebook hires first ever head of cybersecurity policy; Alphabet launches new cybersecurity company, Chronicle, out of its X moonshot factory; Free Linux Tool Monitors Systems for Meltdown Attacks; ATM makers warn of ‘jackpotting’ hacks on U.S. machines.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – January 19, 2018

ICYMI: Cyber-attacks are a top three risk to society, alongside natural disaster and extreme weather; IoT is changing the cybersecurity industry; House votes to restore State cyber office; Trisis has the security world spooked, stumped and searching for answers; Intel’s security patches are causing computers to randomly restart.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – January 12, 2018

ICYMI: AI’s Biggest Impact in the Data Center is Cybersecurity; the Role of Blockchain in Cybersecurity; Congress requires mobile-friendly websites; House passes Homeland Security cybersecurity oversight bill; Cybersecurity firm warns of Russian hackers’ efforts to penetrate Senate email system.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – January 5, 2018

ICYMI: Top Security Challenges for 2018; Android Malware Steals Uber Logins; What DHS employees need to know about OIG data breach; Meltdown and Spectre; and, securing government email is a critical step for U.S. cybersecurity.

NetCentrics Employee Loilette Loderick Gives Keynote Address at 2017 National Conference on Girls’ Education

Loilette Loderick, a Sr. IA and Web Application Engineer for NetCentrics, recently presented the keynote address at the 2017 National Conference on Girls’ Education in Kingston, Jamaica. The conference theme, “Seeing Tomorrow: Thriving in a Cyber World” was designed to allow attendees the opportunity to engage in discussions around cybersecurity from a social perspective – from the long-term implications of participation on various social media platforms, to the ways attendees can leverage the training and certification programs available online.