Pasco County public school students have faced increasing requirements to behave properly in the digital world, since the district began letting them use their own cell phones and other electronic devices in classrooms five years ago. Read More
An 18-month security breach at Rosen Hotels and Resorts affecting thousands is the latest in a string of high-profile data compromises. The question is, what more can customers do to protect themselves? Read More
Data-Tech will celebrate 20 years of providing award-winning information technology services throughout Tampa Bay and beyond by hosting an Open House and informative Cyber-Threat Symposium on March 30 in Tampa. Read More
Five research teams led by University of South Florida faculty members have each been awarded $50,000 grants as part of the 2016 Florida Center for Cybersecurity (FC2) Seed Grant Program. A total of $500,000 in research grants were awarded Wednesday to ten teams representing eight institutions from Florida’s State University… Read More
A cloud is a cloud is a cloud, right? Wrong. Although by now most people are aware of the different types of cloud computing, they still think that all cloud providers will lift their IT burden both literally (no more physical servers!) and figuratively (no more worrying about backup and… Read More
With a very lucky guess, I have actually pulled this off once in two tries, and got many free beers by people stunned by my “elite hacker skills”. My assertion that it would take me 24 (4 × 3 × 2 × 1) attempts to enter the correct keycode is based on a… Read More
Microsoft is buying the educational version of Minecraft and has plans to create a bigger and better version of the popular world-building video game that's designed for classrooms. The Redmond, Washington, software company will partner with TeacherGaming LLC, creator of MinecraftEdu, to transform that game into "Minecraft: Education Edition." Financial… Read More