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Lisa BockAn associate professor of computer information technology at Penn College is extensively quoted in “Steganography makes a comeback,” an article published over the summer and only recently brought to PCToday’s attention. Lisa Bock, associate professor of computer information technology, is identified as “one of the world’s top steganography experts as it relates to cybersecurity.” In the article, written by Ohio-based journalist Kevin Williams for SmarterMSP.com, Bock explains the sudden increase in hackers’ affinity for steganography − concealing secret data within a nondescript file or message in order to avoid detection by unintended recipients − and suggests how Managed Service Providers can be more vigilant in protecting their clients.

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Mary Jane Baier,

Way to go, Lisa – Penn College is lucky to have such a fabulous associate professor to teach and inspire their students. To be “one of the world’s top” anything is quite an honor and you certainly deserve it, Lisa!

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