Technology will not ultimately save us from today’s digital threats. Instead, a better educated public and workforce, paired with changes in how we monitor outgoing network traffic, will make all of our information more secure.
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By Rich Cooper
If you could go back in time and talk to a 17-year-old you, what would you say? It sounds like the premise for a country song or even a comedy film, but it’s a serious question when you think about preparing for the future.
What do you consider a likely future challenge that we must prepare for?
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