Don’t Be a Target for Internet Fraud
The first things you will notice when entering Montgomery College’s Cybersecurity Center and Lab are the large video panels around the room that show a steady stream of cyberattacks represented by lines connecting attackers and targets on a world map. The displays show known cyberattacks, which are instantly blocked. It can be mesmerizing just watching the map’s activity, with attacks touching almost every part of the world, until you remember that each is an attempt to commit theft, fraud or another crime.
Originally published: October 2, 2020
Author: DeRionne P. Pollard
Institution: Montgomery College
Published by: Inside Higher Ed