Yahoo admitted to the world—on a news day dominated by a guy called Trump—that some of its employees were aware that it had suffered a breach shortly after a “state-sponsored actor” hacked into the ailing Web firm’s systems in 2014.
A U.S. investigation into a leak of hacking tools used by the National Security Agency is focusing on a theory that one of its operatives carelessly left them available on a remote computer and Russian hackers found them, four people
Malware wormed its way into Mantralaya over the weekend, as black hat hackers released a virus to infect some 150 computers at the administrative headquarters of the state government. But all the government’s data are safe.
The virus, called
Science fiction is full of stories in which the machines take over and humans are left subservient to their own creations, but according to some artists and experimenters, that need not be our future.
The work of Neil Harbisson, an
When Jaap van Oss first visited Pittsburgh in 2012, he knew he’d be in the company of “almost legendary cybercrime investigators,” he said. Mr. van Oss, the team leader of Europol’s European Cybercrime Center, couldn’t have known how the legend
To keep pace with training demands of the Army’s growing cyber force, the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command, or CECOM, is standing up a new training range to help soldiers validate their cyber security skills.
Expected to be open to all
Two hackers scored an unusual bounty of one million frequent flyer miles for identifying holes in United Airlines’ security system.
That’s enough for each of them to circle the globe five times.
Such awards, known as a “bug bounties” are
OPM WANTS $37M MORE FOR IT — The Office of Personnel Management told congressional appropriators it could use another $37 million to migrate its IT systems in the fiscal year starting in October, Dave scoops. The request came in an
Directors of U.S. businesses are pretty confident they can understand corporate security risks, but corporate security pros are not so sure their boards really get it, according to a survey of both board members and C-level security executives.
The first thing an IT security executive should do after the corporate network has been breached is fall back on the incident response plan that was put in place well before attackers got through the carefully constructed defenses.
In any global outbreak, it’s important to identify Patient Zero. In the movies, you get a leggy Gwyneth Paltrow. In the nine-year online epidemic that helped create cybercrime as we know it, you get “fliime.”
That was the name used
Drug pumps used widely in the US contain severe security vulnerabilities which could allow hackers to administer fatal doses, a researcher claims.
Billy Rios, a security expert who has been testing medical devices produced by Hospira over the past few
Detectives at the Pooler police department have added a new tool to help them solve crimes in west Chatham County.
The FARO Technologies 3-D laser scanner the department bought in December aids forensic investigation by quickly documenting the
Commissioner Noirín O’Sullivan will today launch the new technology which will make it easier for witnesses to identify suspects.
The technology has an identification rate of 60pc, according to its manufacturers. It constructs facial composites of offenders by witnesses and
SANTA ANA – A new 3D bullet-analyzing technology is used two places in the United States: on the TV show “CSI” and at the Orange County Crime Lab.
The lab is the first in the U.S. to put to work
Until now, DNA left at the scene of a crime only proves useful if it is already stored in a database and can be matched to a suspect.
But a team of forensic experts have devised a way to recreate
SAN DIEGO — Illumina, Inc. (NASDAQ: ILMN) today announced the launch of the MiSeq FGx Forensic Genomics System, the first fully validated forensic next-generation sequencing (NGS) system, which simultaneously interrogates short tandem repeats (STR) and other valuable genetic markers, including
Australia is second just to the United States in digital capacities in the Asia Pacific area, as stated by a milestone report by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute.
EMMA ALBERICI, PRESENTER: Australia is second just to the United States
A student of De Smet Jesuit High SchoolÂ has been arrested in the charge of tamperingÂ theÂ schools computer system , the studentÂ hacked computer andÂ block some website and start sendingÂ emailÂ to teachersÂ and studentsÂ Â accordingÂ toÂ
BGU announced that it has signed a $8.5 million agreement with the Israel National Cyber Bureau to developÂ CyberSpark, which includes a National Cyber Research Center adjacent to BGUâ€™s campus.
BGU has been involved in cyber security research for more