Translating Access into Student Engagement

In prior posts, we’ve talked a lot about access as the fundamental building block of student success, the first step in the process of evolving student opportunity. But access alone doesn’t yield results. What does access give you? Information. Resources. Raw inputs. Bricks with which…

Thinking Outside the Box (Literally) – A creative finding herself in the world of tech

We’ve all been told to think outside the box. As a marketer and a creative, it’s a motto I’ve followed throughout my life. Never did I think that one day that box would be a network router. I’ve always considered myself to be a creative…

Making Private Browsing Mode More Private

DuckDuckGo and Brave Partner on Private Browsing Mode. As we’ve highlighted before, Private Browsing mode, which is widely available in web browsers, is actually not as private as people think. Although it removes traces of web browsing sessions from your device, it doesn’t remove all…

Privacy is Mainstream

A few months ago, we published research showing significant privacy actions are now mainstream. We’ve now done some follow-up research to further define this group of people who currently care deeply enough about their online privacy to take significant actions to try to protect it….

Top cybersecurity threats of 2018 and what Cisco is doing to combat them

As we’ve seen in 2017, cybersecurity threats were big, bad, and seemingly everywhere. From Nyetya to the Wannacry ransomware, leaks and hacking definitely grabbed headlines. Luckily, Cisco has been on top of the cybersecurity game—even being a source of crucial information in the time of…

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