Ransomware Skyrockets in Healthcare: A Cybersecurity ReportRead

November 10, 2020 “CISA, FBI, and HHS have credible information of an increased and imminent cybercrime threat to U.S. hospitals and healthcare providers.” Warnings don’t get much clearer or more dire than that one, issued in early October by the three U.S. Government agencies that monitor and respond to all online threats from inside and […]

Gartner’s People-Centric Technology Predictions: Part 1 of 3Read

October 27, 2020 By: Kim Morgan Each year, research firm Gartner unveils the top strategic technology trends at its annual IT Symposium/Xpo America’s conference. This year was no different, except the conference was held virtually instead of in-person. Indeed, a virtual symposium is probably the most “2020” thing right now. Gartner underscored how companies need […]

The Value of a vCISO: A Cybersecurity ReportRead

  October 15, 2020 Work meetings and happy hours are often online these days, but it didn’t take a global pandemic for certain technology roles to go virtual. An increasingly common example is the virtual chief information security officer (vCISO). The typically remote version of a position that has traditionally been filled by in-house staff, […]

2020 Tech Trends in Education: An EdTech ReportRead

October 13, 2020 by Kim Morgan When Mindsight last dove into EdTech trends in 2018, the world was a very different place. Tiger King was relatively unknown, the Washington Nationals had yet to win a World Series, and, of course, the world had yet to be gripped by COVID-19. In this era of “new normal”, […]

Lessons Learned During COVID-19: A Cybersecurity ReportRead

October 8, 2020 Pandemic and Cybersecurity When the COVID-19 pandemic began sweeping across America earlier this year, it impacted life and business in innumerable ways. One saving grace was, and remains, the Internet. In some ways, though, it’s a cursed blessing. Although we’re able to conduct a lot of traditionally in-person activities online — school, […]

Privacy With Google Classroom: An EdTech ReportRead

  October 6, 2020 *We have updated this article with new information. This article was originally published September 19, 2018 with updates in April of 2020. * In March of 2020, the rise of virtual learning associated with the coronavirus meant more than 20 million students abruptly transitioned from learning in the classroom to learning […]

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