Academic qualifications, such as Cyber Security & Computer Forensics BSc (Hons) and Cyber Security MSc, provide cyber security professionals with the necessary knowledge for their career, but nothing compares to real-world experience when dealing with potential network threats.
Films like Robot and Frank and I, Robot, as well as animated television shows like The Jetsons, have portrayed a future where robotic servants undertake household chores, allowing families to spend more time together and for elderly people to remain independent for longer.
During the UK’s 2015 general election, the Conservatives pledged to protect children online by requiring all sites with pornographic content to verify a visitor’s age, with the threat to block any websites that did not have such systems in place.
A few years ago, it could have been argued that the premise of Person of Interest was pure fancy, but now it is edging closer to reality.
Quantum computers have been on the horizon for several years, but recent breakthroughs mean we could expect to see enterprise-level quantum computers within 20 years.
Quantum computers have long been on the horizon, with a rolling estimate that quantum computers would be available “in 20 years”. However, recent breakthroughs have meant we could have enterprise-level quantum computers far sooner than previously estimated.
On 23 June 2016, the UK voted, by a narrow margin, to leave the European Union (EU). Nine months later, prime minister Theresa May invoked Article 50 of the Treaty of the European Union, thus commencing formal negotiations for the UK’s departure from the EU.
More and more aspects of home and work applications are moving to an online streaming model. Consequently, wireless internet technology needs to evolve to meet our increasing usage of high-definition 4K streaming and cloud-based services.
All too often, organisations become so focused on securing their networks against hacking that they fail to consider the wider implications of what could happen should an unauthorised person gain physical access to their data.
Until the nineties, roleplaying games were largely the domain of epic fantasy quest or cataclysmic wars across the stars, but 17 years after the first monster was slain in Dungeons & Dragons a new breed of roleplaying game was released. Vampire: The Masquerade was different, and it singlehandedly revolutionised gaming and became one of the greatest unacknowledged forces in recent pop culture.
The internet has become a fundamental part of our society, allowing us to communicate with people around the world instantaneously, as well as enabling us to share information with colleagues and perform seamless banking transactions. However, the internet is not as secure as we would like...
Travelling to Mars is comparatively easy, as a question of time (approximately seven months) and resources. However, what happens when astronauts arrive there presents a new challenge.