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Jeff Crume

Distinguished Engineer & IT Security Architect, IBM

Jeff Crume is an IBM Distinguished Engineer and Master Inventor with 36 years’ experience in the IT industry. He is the author of a book entitled "Inside Internet Security: What Hackers Don't Want You To Know" and a contributing author to the "Information Security Management Handbook.” Jeff is a member of the inaugural class of the NC State University Computer Science Alumni Hall of Fame and has also served on the school’s Strategic Advisory Board. He is a member of the IBM Academy of Technology and serves on the editorial board for the "Information and Computer Security” research journal. Jeff is currently completing his PhD at the University of Plymouth (UK) and has lived in Beijing on assignment in 2006 and has worked with clients in more than 40 countries.

Written By Jeff Crume

With AI for Cybersecurity, We Are Raising the Bar for Smart

It's hard to believe a computer that couldn't read a newspaper was once considered smart. But as recent innovations in AI for cybersecurity have shown, we are constantly raising the bar for smart.

Hacking Your Health

What could be worse than having your identity stolen? How about having your personal health compromised by a cybercriminal who hacks a medical device?

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle — Except for Passwords

"Reduce, reuse, recycle" is a good mantra for the environment but a bad one for security if you apply it to passwords.

BYOD: Why You Better Not Ignore It

When it comes to BYOD, there are two types of organizations: Those that have programs in place to support it; and those that pretend it isn't happening in their environment. Regarding the latter, with employees bringing their own devices, the...