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Video: Cybersecurity Talk with Bruce Schneier: How to Start Your Career in Cybersecurity?

  • Paula
  • CQURE Academy
  • April 13, 2017

Watch the Video on CQUREAcademy.com

In today’s episode, together with Bruce Schneier, we are talking about how to start and skyrocket your career in cybersecurity.

Paula: I’m here with Bruce Schneier. The most prominent person in security. Thank you so much for being with me.

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Video: This Is Your Brain on Terrorism

Why sensationalized terrorism coverage makes us overreact to risk.

  • Carlos Maza
  • Vox
  • March 20, 2017

For most Americans, terrorism is only ever experienced through a television screen or front page of a newspaper. Despite generating massive headlines, terrorism kills a shockingly small number of Americans every year, especially when compared to a problem like gun violence. In terms of the public's attention, terrorism takes up a lot more space than its death toll warrants.

But for cable news networks, terrorism coverage is big business.

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Bruce Schneier on New Security Threats from the Internet of Things

  • Amber Ankerholz
  • Linux.com
  • March 17, 2017

Security expert Bruce Schneier says we're creating an Internet that senses, thinks, and acts, which is is the classic definition of a robot. "I contend that we're building a world-sized robot without even realizing it," he said recently at the Open Source Leadership Summit (OSLS).

In his talk, Schneier explained this idea of a world-sized robot, created out of the Internet, that has no single consciousness, no single goal, and no single creator. You can think of it, he says, as an Internet that affects the world in a direct physical manner.

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Video: 3 Important Things to Know about Big Brother Watching Us

  • Kristina Guerrero and Cassarah Coffey
  • The List
  • March 15, 2017

Watch the Video on TheListTV.com

WikiLeaks may have exposed the CIA's ability to hack into phones, televisions, cars—pretty much everything, but according to internationally renowned security technologist and author Bruce Schneier, it isn't the intelligence agencies you should be worried about. He's more concerned that these technologies have been around for decades. Bruce is sharing three things to be concerned about with Kristina Guerrero.

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Cybersecurity Expert on Latest Wikileaks: Nothing to See Here

Does latest data dump mean people should throw out their smartphones?

  • Sam Newhouse
  • Metro
  • March 7, 2017

Metro spoke to cybersecurity expert Bruce Schneier about the latest revelations from Wikileaks about U.S. government spying and what they mean to regular people. The leaked documents, which appear to be from the Central Intelligence Agency, describes software tools that the agency uses to hack into cellphones, computers and internet-connected televisions.

Metro: Do these revelations from Wikileaks surprise you at all?

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Video: Video Review of Data and Goliath

  • Scott Schober
  • YouTube
  • March 6, 2017

Scott Schober, author of Hacked Again, reviewed Bruce Schneier's Data and Goliath.

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Audio: Bruce Schneier on IoT Regulation

  • Chris Brook
  • Threatpost
  • March 6, 2017

Mike Mimoso talks to Bruce Schneier, CTO of IBM Resilient, at RSA 2017 about the early days of the conference, his campaign for IoT regulation, and how the technical community needs to get involved with policy.

Listen to the Audio on Threatpost.com

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Cyber Security Blogs You Need to See

  • Alan
  • Focus Training
  • February 24, 2017

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We couldn’t put together a list of cyber security blogs and not include Schneier on Security. The author, Bruce Schneier, is an internationally renowned security technologist, and his blog reaches over 250,000 people.

His research, analysis, and comment on all things security make the site worth regular visits for anyone looking to learn and stay on top of the latest goings on within the industry.

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Video: Bruce Schneier and the Call for "Public Service Technologists"

  • Network World
  • February 23, 2017

At RSA 2017, Bruce Schneier spoke with Network World on the increasing importance of technologists' presence in education and policy-making.

Watch the Video on CIO.com

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Bruce Schneier Says Government Involvement in Coding Is Coming

Security expert Schneier is realistic about the dangers posed by putting software in all types of appliances

  • Gabriela Vatu
  • Softpedia News
  • February 15, 2017

Schneier, present at the RSA Conference, said that until now everyone had this "special right" to code the world as they saw fit. "My guess is we're going to lose that right because it's too dangerous to give it to a bunch of techies," he added, according to The Register.

His words came after accepting an observation made by Marc Andreessen six years ago that software was eating the world. "As everything turns into a computer, computer security becomes everything security," Schneier said, to give his previous statement some context.

A connected world is great but dangerous

As he likened the Internet to a giant robot, one capable of affecting the physical world just as it affects the virtual one, the threat becomes much more real.

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Photo of Bruce Schneier by Per Ervland.

Schneier on Security is a personal website. Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of IBM Resilient.