What is Elsevier and Springer Nature’s SNSI? This post will discuss the publisher-led Scholarly Networks Security Initiative, which was allegedly introduced to combat cybercrime in the scholarly content field.
Americans have no choice, and there is nothing they can do about it. So, a lot of people are resigned to it because they are powerless.
Discover recent articles about schools banning Zoom, U.S. Senators being told to avoid Zoom, broader concerns about protecting student privacy during online learning, and tips for keeping your Zoom chats safe. The situation has continued to deteriorate, as hate-mongering Zoombombers increased their efforts and hacked Zoom accounts were sold on the dark web.
We sometimes forget about the data we collect and how we store it. There are many places where we collect data that we may not always think about. We need to be aware of our data storage practices and make it easy for patrons to know how we use & store their data.
By Galen Charlton Earlier this week Mathy Vanhoef of the imec-DistriNet research group at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven announced his discovery of a set of related vulnerabilities in WPA2, a protocol used to encrypt communications over wireless networks. KRACK, as Vanhoef