Maria Korolov

Contributing Writer

Maria Korolov has been covering emerging technology and emerging markets for the past twenty years. She has reported from Russia, India, and Afghanistan, and recently returned to the United States after running a news bureau in China for five years

Cybercrooks fight over DDoS attack resources

What it takes to become a data security strategist

What it takes to become a data security strategist

Data security strategist is a fast-growing career, and one that will get even hotter as data from AI and IoT inititiatives pours into enterprises

Rollback of FCC privacy requirements could have broad repercussions

Rollback of FCC privacy requirements could have broad repercussions

Last week's roll-back of FCC privacy regulations could also have an impact on enterprise cybersecurity

What it takes to become an application security engineer

What it takes to become an application security engineer

Application security engineers earn more money than application engineers and are in high demand, but the job requires additional training in security.

Report: 30% of malware is zero-day, missed by legacy antivirus

Report: 30% of malware is zero-day, missed by legacy antivirus

At least 30 percent of malware today is new, zero-day malware that is missed by traditional antivirus defenses, according to a new report

Bitcoin rise fuels social media scams

Bitcoin rise fuels social media scams

The price of a single bitcoin passed that of an ounce of gold for the first time this month

AI isn't for the good guys alone anymore

AI isn't for the good guys alone anymore

Criminals are beginning to use artificial intelligence and machine learning to get around cyberdefenses

Security execs voice concern over Trump travel ban

Security execs voice concern over Trump travel ban

Senior security industry professionals weigh in on the implications of the travel ban imposed by President Trump

Security expert: Ransomware took in $1 billion in 2016

Security expert: Ransomware took in $1 billion in 2016

And improved defenses may not be enough to stem the tide

Prepare now for the quantum computing revolution in encryption

Prepare now for the quantum computing revolution in encryption

Quantum computing promises to make current encryption methods obsolete, so enterprises need to start laying the groundwork for new encryption methods

Nearly half of all websites pose security risks

Nearly half of all websites pose security risks

According to a new study of the top one million domains, 46 percent have security problems

AI is coming, and will take some jobs, but no need to worry

AI is coming, and will take some jobs, but no need to worry

There will still be plenty of work to go around so job prospects should remain good, especially for those who keep up with technology

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