According to a recent survey, one in five engineers say it is
March 10, 2020
The Global Engineer Survey, commissioned by DiscoverE, found cybersecurity, sustaining land and oceans, providing clean energy, and improving access to clean water and sanitation were the four most significant global tasks.
Survey points to lack of cyber confidence and organizational maturity across public sector
March 9, 2020
SolarWinds announced the findings of its sixth annual Public Sector Cybersecurity Survey Report. This year’s survey includes responses from 400 IT operations and security decision-makers, including 200 federal, 100 state and local, and 100 education respondents.
ManTech announced it was awarded a five-year, $920 million prime task order by the General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM) on behalf of the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Crane.
There are billions of connected devices in use worldwide, and that number is increasing by the millions every year. Unfortunately, many of these IoT devices, as well as those currently being developed and deployed, lack critical security features, making them easy targets for hackers and botnets.
More than 33 billion records exposed in last two years
February 25, 2020
DivvyCloud released its 2020 Cloud Misconfigurations Report, which substantiates the growing trend of data breaches caused by cloud misconfigurations and quantifies their impact on companies and consumers around the world.
Change is a part of any industry, driven by innovators who recognize the need to grow. This philosophy was elegantly underscored in a Wall Street Journal article titled “The Genius of the Tinkerer.” The author, Stephen Johnson, referenced what he called the philosophy of the adjacent possible.
Drawing on 20 years of experience at Cygnacom, Schwartz pens ‘Can You Crack the Code?’
January 31, 2020
Cygnacom’s senior manager of federal professional services, Ella Schwartz, was named the winner of the 2020 Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Books in the Hands-on Science Book category for her book, “Can You Crack The Code? A Fascinating History of Ciphers and Cryptography.”