Media & News
February 24, 2017
Read the full interview with the Society for Canadian Women in Science and Technology
May 27, 2016
Read my short interview with Opportunities New Brunswick on being a leading researcher in the field of cybersecurity.
Laverne Stewart-Telegraph Journal
"Taking the intimidation factor out of IT for girls"
November 28, 2015
As the organizer for computer programming sessions for girls, I am trying to encourage young girls to be more involved. They need to be encouraged to go into fields such as computer science that are dominated by men.
October 7, 2015
"Natalia Stakhanova of the Information Security Centre of Excellence launched a five-year project to find clues about the development of cyberattacks."
The Canadian Press
I began a five year research project attempting to learn the digital profile of people developing certain types of malicious software, or malware, read about it here.
August 7, 2015
Tara Chislett-Fredericton Daily Gleaner
"Stakhanova said Internet Explorer isn’t the most secure browser, and in the coming months, Microsoft won’t be supporting Internet Explorer 8 – the minimum system requirement – anymore."
November 7, 2014
"I would suspect they would see more spam, and perhaps even phishing, more targeted phishing attacks coming," she said, referring to emails that attempt to elicit more personal information from users.
October 14, 2014
Patrick Odell-Global News
"The website for the University of New Brunswick Students’ Union was hacked on Monday night and replaced with a message of support for the militant group ISIS."
July 21, 2014
Elizabeth Fraser-Fredericton Daily Gleaner
"Natalia Stakhanova, NB Innovation Research Chair in Cyber Security and organizer of Cyber Girlz, says she didn’t see many girls at computer camps and wanted to change that."
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