As cities begin to collect and release unprecedented amounts of IoT data, Peter Swire says questions about citizen privacy become increasingly relevant.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute attends CERTS 2018 in Augusta, Ga., hosted by The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) -- featuring cybersecurity research by college students and more.
Alain Durand, principal technologist at ICANN, visits Atlanta to discuss IPv6 and the digital divide it may create.
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