Exploring ChatGPT’s Place in Education

As technology continues to advance, it is becoming increasingly important for K-12 schools to find ways to effectively utilize it in the classroom. Chatbots, specifically, can be a valuable tool for helping students learn and engage with course material in new and innovative ways. In this blog post, we will explore how ChatGPT, a chatbot…

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Tis the Season for Vision & Leadership

There is nothing like positive, reassuring affirmation. Whether it is personal, professional, or a combination of both, we are hardwired to seek authentic validation. Many of us understand that in order for leadership to be successful, there must be a steady foundation of vision.  Vibrant vision gives direction and creates a life of purpose.

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Brick By Brick 

Written By Cybersecurity Engineer Brice Dickinson Using Security Awareness Training to Build Robust Defenses You may think they’re a kid’s toy, but one of my favorite things to do on my days off is building Legos. Ever since I was a kid I have always enjoyed playing and building with Legos and now as an…

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Uh uh uh! You Didn’t Say the Magic Word!

Principle of Least Privilege

Understanding the Principle of Least Privilege The Principle of Least Privilege is the principle that users and programs should only have the necessary privileges to complete their tasks. In the case of Jurassic Park, this whole situation could have been avoided if they had applied the principle of least privilege throughout the systems in the…

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A Day in the Life… Cybersecurity Edition

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A hooded figure sits at a small desk in complete darkness with just the light of the computer screen dimly illuminating the outline of their face as they furiously pound away at their keyboard. Suddenly they stop typing and in an ominous voice exclaim “I’m in!” For most people when they think of cybersecurity their…

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