In today's increasingly digitized corporate environment, the protection of an organization's confidential and sensitive information has become one of the biggest priorities for management. This is because information systems are now the most critical part of decision making and can have the vulnerabilities that an adversary can exploit to stall the business. Inhibiting cyber adversaries is necessary to safeguard critical information infrastructure of an enterprise. Cyber-criminals are using increasingly advanced and sophisticated methods of carrying out the attacks which have necessitated all enterprises to look for solutions and anti-phishing security controls to safeguard the organization's information assets. Understanding Anti-Phishing Security ...
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The “flipped classroom” concept isn’t new, but it’s one we think could apply to a lot of teachers and students in Carroll County Public Schools and elsewhere, helping to prepare students for independent learning, problem-solving and accountability — all necessary life skills.
Members of the Baltimore City Council are pushing the mayor's office to release the results of a background investigation into police commissioner nominee Joel Fitzgerald. Mayor Catherine Pugh's office says it's confidential. Some council members say they won't vote for him without seeing it.
Baltimore launched a revamp of its 311 system this week, a move the city's IT department says is designed to modernize the way residents file complaints but which means less information is now available to the public.
President Donald Trump, seemingly drawing on a study conducted by PJ Media, made the claim that Google was censoring its results to repress searches favorable to him. A majority of liberal writers, commentators, publications and Google countered the president and the study
Frequently, I'll be asked a question — or think of one myself — to which I don't know the answer. When it happens, I'll usually respond to the person (and sometimes, to myself), "If only there was a device in my pocket that contained all of the world's knowledge… ."
It was a typical winter morning on the Twitter feed of Eastern Shore television station WBOC: a stream of messages about snowfall and a reminder to download the station's weather app for the latest updates.
Your July 30 editorial "Rodgers Forge vs. TU …" was fair and balanced, but it misses the most important point — field location. We agree that TU is within its rights to build and grow and that it must meet certain Title IX requirements. The TU press release of July 29 makes clear their intention to add lights to the softball field in the future — presumably as soon as funding or donations allow.
Wednesday is Baltimore's 285th birthday. Or is it? A quick Google search definitively declares July 30, 1729 as the day Baltimore was founded, but historians like Fred Shoken say deciding what day to celebrate the city's birth is a little more complicated.