According to the FBI, the threat of cyber attacks are “incredibly serious—and growing.” Given the scope of modern cyber security threats, today's businesses rely on larger and more sophisticated security teams to keep sensitive data safe. This is true not only for large corporations, but also for small businesses that may seek outsourced assistance from security firms.
Today’s most critical systems are tightly interwoven within a digital framework. This approach has dramatically improved efficiency, agility, and scalability ... but it also leaves key players vulnerable.
Apple has disabled its group FaceTime function after a bug was reported that allows a caller to hear audio and, in some cases, see video of the person they are contacting before that person accepts or rejects the call.
News of the bug, first reported Tuesday by 9To5Mac, immediately went viral across social media. Apple then announced it would release software in the near future to address the problem.
Each year, students around the globe celebrate Computer Science Education Week—where they become inspired by the computer science industry and are able to test out skills that they might not have known that they have. So far during this year’s Computer Science Education Week, there have been 209,162 “Hour of Code” events throughout the United States, as well as in 194 other countries around the world.
Many of today's most promising career paths did not exist just a few years ago. Case in point: IT development, which is one of the tech sector's most exciting new career paths. In just a few years, IT development has transformed from a little-known field to a key area of operation in a variety of industries.
Are you interested in pursuing a career in IT development? Read on to learn more about this professional opportunity — and how the right academic credentials can set you on the path to a rewarding career.
Fine-tune your computer and technical skills to take on roles throughout the growing computer science and computer technology industry. Johnson & Wales University’s online Computer Science bachelor’s degree program offers students the programming knowledge and skills needed to compete in this high-demand industry.
The most efficient and profitable businesses understand the value of gathering and analyzing data on a large scale. Increasingly every business, regardless of the industry, relies on data analysts to gather information about anything from transportation costs to pricing for new materials to customer satisfaction.
Internet security is of chief concern not only for webmasters, but increasingly, for everyday users. An alarming statewide study highlighted by the Identity Theft Resource Center indicates data breaches are on the rise. A surprising statsitic from the study showed that 14,207,346 credit card numbers were exposed in 2017 — an increase of 88 percent over 2016 figures.
With the rapid growth of technology showing no signs of slowing down, employers are looking for candidates with a computer science background to fill their open positions now more than ever.
“There’s a real need in America for computer science as a skillset,” said Thomas Calabrese, Ph.D., a professor in the College of Engineering and Design at Johnson & Wales University and an online instructor.
And he’s right.