NSF awards $1.1M to UCSB for cyber crime research
UC Santa Barbara researchers have received $1.1 million from the National Science Foundation to study how cyber criminals exploit smartphone data and how such misuse can be deterred. The funds will go toward research efforts spearheaded by UCSB computer science researcher Giovanni Vigna, director of the university’s Center for CyberSecurity at the College of Engineering. Read More →
Hack attack: How to keep your small-business site secure, on a budget
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Op/ed: Cyber crimes and data breaches are not just the problems of big companies
Small-business owners are facing a growing number of hurdles in protecting their companies from cyber attacks.