Experts in the Media

Washington Post
Voting machines didn’t steal the election. But most are still terrible technology.
February 3, 2021

Activist Post
Police To Use A Network Of 1,000 “Anveshak” AI Cameras To “Spotlight” A Person’s Every Movement
February 2, 2021

LAist
Combating Misinformation When A Loved One Is Caught In A Web Of Conspiracies
February 1, 2021

IAPP
Hard data localization may be coming to the EU — Here are 5 concerns
January 26, 2021

Lawfare
The SolarWinds Hack Can Directly Affect Control Systems
January 22, 2021

Los Angeles Times
Column: Pandemic, not privacy, tops list of 2021 consumer trends. Let’s change that
January 22, 2021

Raw Story
A troubling trend in America’s ballot voting system

January 19, 2021

New York Times
Biden to Restore Homeland Security and Cybersecurity Aides to Senior White House Posts

January 13, 2021

New York Times
He Created the Web. Now He’s Out to Remake the Digital World.

January 10, 2021

Council on Foreign Relations
We Should Have Known SolarWinds Would Be a Target
January 6, 2021

WSB-TV
Groups spending hundreds of millions to get you to vote, but is personal information at risk?
December 30, 2020

The Register
When it comes to privacy, everyone says America needs a new federal law ASAP.
December 9, 2020

The Curious Amalgam podcast
How Do We Respond to the Dilemma? Developing a Data Portability Solution.
December 7, 2020

Threat Post
High-Severity Chrome Bugs Allow Browser Hacks
December 4, 2020

Education Week – Blogs
COVID-19 and Cybersecurity: ‘Catastrophic Attack on Our Technology Systems’
December 1, 2020

Washington Post
What you need to know about Dominion, the company that Trump and his lawyers baselessly claim ‘stole’ the election
November 20, 2020

11Alive
Sec. of State says audit was performed on voting machines, no tampering found
November 17, 2020

StarTribune.com
Suburban neighborhood installs license plate readers to stop mail theft
November 14, 2020

AFCEA International
A Confluence of Technologies Defines Information Systems
November 10, 2020

The Washington Post
The Cybersecurity 202: Georgia fight shows how Trump’s unfounded election fraud claims are splitting GOP
November 10, 2020

Metro Atlanta CEO
Georgia Tech Enrollment Continues to Rise Despite Pandemic
November 6, 2020

Politico
The voting technology problems that could trigger panic at the polls
November 2, 2020

National Public Radio
Joy Buolamwini: How Do Biased Algorithms Damage Marginalized Communities?
October 30, 2020

FOX 5 Atlanta
Ransomware attack on local government puts voter information in hands of cybercriminals
October 30, 2020

Business Insider
People want to protect their data privacy, but most don’t have a clear understanding of what that means
October 23, 2020

The Conversation (US)
People want data privacy but don’t always know what they’re getting
October 21, 2020

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Business email fraud centered in Atlanta, says study
October 15, 2020

The Digital Guardian Blog
50 Colleges Where You Can Get a Cybersecurity Degree Online Now
October 13, 2020

The Virginian-Pilot
ODU launches new cybersecurity school to help close talent gap
October 13, 2020

Security Boulevard
PrivacyRaven Has Left the Nest
October 8, 2020

WABE 90.1 FM
Georgia Tech Creates New School Of Cybersecurity And Privacy
October 5, 2020

Metro Atlanta CEO
New School Builds on Georgia Tech’s Commitment to Advancing Cybersecurity and Privacy Education
September 28, 2020

Security Magazine
Georgia Tech creates new school focused on cybersecurity and privacy
September 23, 2020

Dark Reading
Deepfake Detection Poses Problematic Technology Race
September 18, 2020

Forbes
Cybersecurity Talent Gaps Are Bigger Than We Thought—And Here’s How To Solve Them
September 17, 2020

Savannahnow.com
Georgia Tech launches cybersecurity school
September 16, 2020

WGCL-TV
Georgia Tech creates new school focused on cybersecurity and privacy
September 15, 2020

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Georgia schools top categories in U.S. News college rankings list
September 14, 2020

The Washington Post
Warmer. Burning. Epidemic-challenged. Expensive. The California Dream has become the California Compromise.
September 12, 2020

The Red and Black
UGA, Georgia Tech students discuss contact tracing app NOVID in use at Tech
September 5, 2020

The Hill
We need workforce development for cybersecurity in the energy sector
August 26, 2020

Data Center Knowledge
Why Some Data Centers Don’t Patch and Why They Should
August 20, 2020