Cybersecurity Tomorrow
Cybersecurity Tomorrow

Cybersecurity Tomorrow

Cybersecurity strategy perspectives for the emerging risks and opportunities of securing our digital world. The insights of today will lead to tomorrow's security, privacy, and safety foundations.


Top Writers in Privacy on Medium

1 day ago 1 minute read Matthew Rosenquist $0.13 tipped

I am honored to be named by Medium as one of the Top Writers in Privacy!   Congrats to the entire list; a community that recognizes the importance and is actively championing the rights of privacy for all.   Remember: There can be no libe...

Cryptocurrency Exchange Hacks are on the Rise

1 day ago 2 minute read Matthew Rosenquist $1.79 tipped

Seven major cryptocurrency exchanges were victimized in 2019, totaling over $160 million in financial theft.  As predicted, cybercriminal hackers targeted crypto exchanges in 2019 and the trend will continue into 2020.    Crypto exchanges are relati...

Can Cybersecurity Professionals Agree there is a Benefit to Cryptocurrency?

5 days ago 1 minute read Matthew Rosenquist $0.29 tipped

I have been in quite the heated debate with my fellow cybersecurity professionals on LinkedIn regarding their perception that Bitcoin and cryptocurrency are only vehicles for cybercriminals.  Yes, cryptocurrency is becoming a favorite among ransomwa...

Let’s get Uptrennd on Presearch!

1 week ago 1 minute read Matthew Rosenquist $0.21 tipped

Presearch is an Internet search engine that rewards users for using its site with its native PRE token.  It is free to use and earning free PRE happens automatically for each search.    As part of the design, it integrates with other search and cont...

Hackers Scan Massive Docker Instances to Mine Crypto

1 week ago 1 minute read Matthew Rosenquist $0.38 tipped

Hackers are at it again, looking for vulnerable Docker instances so they can selfishly mine Monero.  Over the weekend, according to cybersecurity researchers at Bad Packets, what is believed to be a concerted effort to scan for known vulnerabilities...

Hacking Phones: How Law Enforcement Is Saving Privacy

3 weeks ago 3 minute read Matthew Rosenquist $0.15 tipped

It's no longer true that society must choose to either weaken everybody's privacy or let criminals run rampant.   As a staunch privacy advocate, I am excited that law enforcement now has access to tools to decrypt locked smartphones! But, wait! Is...

Google Nearly released 100k Health Files Without Consent

3 weeks ago 1 minute read Matthew Rosenquist $0.05 tipped

Google almost released 100k chest X-ray files, as part of an Artificial Intelligence project.  The National Institutes of Health stepped in and advised of the potential violation which halted the exposure of data.  This is another example of how the...

Microsoft to Honor California’s New Privacy Rights Throughout the U.S.

4 weeks ago 1 minute read Matthew Rosenquist $0.12 tipped

Outstanding!  Microsoft will apply the privacy criteria of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) to people throughout the United States!  Microsoft outlined its strong support for protecting people and their sensitive data in their blog.  Great...

States are Leading the Fight for Privacy

11 Nov 2019 1 minute read Matthew Rosenquist $0.13 tipped

A handful of states, including California, Delaware, Illinois, Utah, and Arkansas, are leading the country in establishing regulations to protect citizens' digital privacy.  California is often blazing the trail (Article 1, Section 1 of the Declarat...

Government Spies on Digital Services – The Bigger Risks

7 Nov 2019 1 minute read Matthew Rosenquist $0.09 tipped

Twitter employees charged with spying for Saudi Arabia, providing users personal and identity information.  The New York Times has a good write-up. The same can happen with cryptocurrency exchanges, online services, and all manner of digital social...