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hacker on the dark web

Concluding our blog series for National Cyber Security Awareness Month is a post featuring the dark corners of the web. The Internet is defined as, “A global computer network providing a variety of information and communication facilities, consisting of interconnected networks using standardized communication protocols.” This definition hints at just how expansive the Internet is, being a global network. The name “World Wide Web,” is also very telling of the Internet’s true breadth. Due to its sheer size, there is a wide majority of the Internet that is unexplored. According to an article The Deep Web you don't know about on CNN, “Top university researchers say the Web you know -- Facebook, Wikipedia, news -- makes up less than 1 percent of the entire World Wide Web.”...Read More

In honor of Cyber Security Awareness month, we had the opportunity to speak with current Cyber Forensics master’s student, Sarah Surzyn about her journey into the world of forensics. ...Read More

woman working in sever room

On a daily basis, new innovations are appearing, both furthering human capabilities and enhancing daily life and communications. With increased technological capacity, the potential for misuse and malicious activity is constantly present, which is where cyber security enters the equation. Cyber security is a field that becomes increasingly relevant, due to the daily advancement in technologies....Read More

forensic symposium internet of things

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month which is an annual campaign to raise awareness about the importance of cyber security. In recognition of the campaign, Stevenson University Online is hosting the Internet of Things (IoT), which will illustrate and explore cyber security principles. Stevenson’s Forensic Symposium will delve deep into the trends and topics that pose the most serious threats to consumer privacy via various IoT platforms and devices.  ...Read More

phising scam

There are many online scams that are designed to separate individuals from their money or personal information, the most prominent one is known as a phishing scam. Per techtarget.com, phishing is defined as, “A form of fraud in which the attacker tries to learn information such as login credentials or account information by masquerading as a reputable entity or person in email, IM or other communication channels.”...Read More

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