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Study Argues Cybersecurity Breaches Require Less Technology, More Attention

As network technologies reach deeper into our personal, professional, and even political lives, the threats posed by cybersecurity breaches grow in number and degree. This new study provides a unique, qualitative analysis for the detection of organizational vulnerabilities.

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Five Ways to Protect Yourself From Retail and Restaurant Data Breaches

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UAB cybersecurity expert Gary Warner says, as businesses work to better protect sensitive customer information, consumers must be proactive when making purchases.

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Cybersecurity for Your Car

When you and your family are zooming along the freeway, the last thing you’re worried about is the security of your car’s computer systems. That’s one reason Ohio State University Associate Professor Emre Koksal devotes most of his time to thinking about how to protect vehicles from cyberattacks.

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Youth Cyberbullying Among Current or Former Friends and Dating Partners

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Youth cyberbullying is dramatically more likely to occur between current or former friends and dating partners than between students who were never friends or in a romantic relationship.

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Receiving More Robocalls Than Ever? An ASU Researcher May Have a Solution.

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Professor Awarded $1.5 Million Grant to Research Methods to Fight Cyber Propaganda Campaigns

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A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor has received more than $1.5 million to research ways to aid U.S. military forces in the fight against cyber propaganda campaigns. The Office of Naval Research awarded Dr. Nitin Agarwal, the UA Little Rock Jerry L. Maulden-Entergy endowed chair and a professor of information science, a $1,530,778 grant. This new grant enables Agarwal to continue his investigation into the practices, tactics, and motivations of organizers of web-based mass movements and their participants.

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DHS S&T Announces $1.3M in Small Business Innovation Research Awards

DHS S&T's Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program has awarded $1.3 million to 12 small businesses for 13 Phase I contract awards to develop technology solutions to Homeland Security challenges.

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Intergenerational Hackfest Sparks Innovation

Residents and staff from five local senior living communities joined forces with Olin College students and professionals in aging services for the LeadingAge MA Hackfest at North Hi

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Cyber Expert Says Scope of Russian Involvement in 2016 U.S. Election Difficult to Determine

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Random Numbers: Hard Times Ahead for Hackers

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Whenever we need to communicate in secret, a cryptographic key is needed. For this key to work, it must consist of numbers chosen at random without any structure – just the opposite of using the birthdate of our favourite pet. But, for a human, it is extremely difficult to choose without creating any bias, even by hitting the keyboard chaotically. To solve this problem, researchers from the University of Geneva (UNIGE), Switzerland, have developed a new random numbers generator based on the principles of quantum physics.







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