Hill Congress Blog: Huawei is Embedded in Our Infrastructure and the Federal Government Subsidized It

After having allowed and even subsidized the purchase of Huawei and ZTE electronics for use in American infrastructure and communications networks, the U.S government, citizens and communications networks could be exposed to Chinese espionage and online vulnerabilities. It is now up to the government to undo the damage it facilitated. You can read this opinion […]

Hacking and the Internet of Things

We are now seeing hundreds of mobile apps that conduct Internet transactions and monitor our environment. We can download them and set them in motion with little effort. Most of these apps interact between our mobile device and a web server, but there is a class of apps that operate mostly between devices with little […]

Digital Privacy and Security to Protect It — Part 1: The Need for Anti-Virus Protections

In the real, physical world, we (our assets and our actions) are on display – to about the degree we want them to be.  We have a sense of how deeply we want to be known and by whom.  We can generally tell from another’s gaze, questions, or actions whether we are being scrutinized excessively, […]