A recent article from Newsday investigated the exorbitant costs associated with cyber security breaches, and concluded that the majority of these breaches are the result of staff that is poorly trained to identify relevant cyber threats. The article discussed the various methods developed by Long Island businesses to better train employees and students to recognize cyber security threats and handle them appropriately. Laurin Buchanan, Principal Investigator for Comic-BEE, was interviewed for the article, which includes details about the Comic-BEE project.
Comic-BEE featured in cyber security training article
About the Author: Trevor Bidhadar
Trevor Bidhadar is an Associate Security Analyst and Associate Project Manager at Secure Decisions, working primarily on cyber security research projects focused on code analysis and code analysis tools, secure coding, and human dimensions that impact code security. Wearing many hats at Secure Decisions, Trevor is also involved in marketing, including audio engineering and video editing, in addition to providing support to the Comic-BEE project.