by Sarah Berry
Films On Demand, a streaming video database of Rohrbach Library, is promoting National Cybersecurity Awareness Month with a collection of segments and full-length videos on cybersecurity. Check out some of our favorites below.
Learn about some of the world’s first computer viruses, from the Brain virus to keylogger viruses. Additionally, discover the struggles facing law enforcement officials as they try to tackle what has become a global crime.
NOVA introduces a new group of scientists who are exploring and developing ways to thwart hackers through unbreakable codes and advanced computers.
Uncover the ways in which governments and corporations log and track the digital interactions of users and how laws have failed to catch up to the digital age, leaving a user’s data open to public review.
Dive into the history behind the NSA and its contracts with tech companies to access user data, as well as the subsequent public reaction after Edward Snowden went public about the NSA activities.
To view more videos about cybersecurity from Films On Demand, click here. If you are accessing Films On Demand or any of the library’s databases off-campus, check out our post, Accessing Library Resources Off-Campus.