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Trolling is the act of deliberately causing quarrels, annoyance, disagreements, and flame wars by posting controversial, insulting, derogatory, and even off-topic comments online. For more information, see this blog post on trolling-as-a-service.
November 13, 2017 - The popular Augmented Reality game Ingress has had some issues with third-party tools causing headaches for players. Could your love for a mobile game result in real-world problems? Read on and find out.
November 26, 2019 - Beyond the usual arguments on this subject, we wanted to ask the question: Are there any security risks we need to be worried about if the United States were to switch to ‘Healthcare for All’ policies?
November 22, 2019 - IoT laws and guidelines abound, as we take a look what's happening around the world in the name of securing Internet-connected devices.
August 5, 2019 - Several companies are developing brain-machine interface (BMI) technologies for medical applications in the near future. Will this lead to connecting the human brain to the cloud, creating an Internet of Thoughts? Or will practical, ethical, and security concerns stop progress.
June 21, 2019 - The Parallax's Seth Rosenblatt shares his story on the root cause of the Chernobyl disaster and the lessons organizations—especially those in nuclear power—can take away to secure critical infrastructure against a rising tide of cyberattacks.
May 22, 2019 - It seems problems never quite go away for social media platforms, and more governments of the world are taking keen interest. Will the tech giants be able to sort things out before legislators steps into the fray?
April 3, 2019 - We take a look at the various cyberthreats video gamers may encounter online, their real-world consequences, and what users can do to protect themselves.
April 1, 2019 - Water management is an essential part of our infrastructure. Loss of it can lead to service outages, diseases, and famine. So the cybersecurity should be top notch.
December 27, 2018 - Some of the properties we would like to see in our backups have blockchain technology written all over them. Should organizations consider blockchain for creating secure, recent backups—especially after a ransomware attack?