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Repealing Net Neutrality Rules Ignores That the Internet Now Is the Basic and Essential Communications Service, Expert Says.

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Improving Cyber Security in Harsh Environments

Many people don’t worry about the security of their personal information until it’s too late. And protecting data is even more important for military personnel, whose lives could be in danger if some types of information were to get into the wrong hands. Now, one group reports in ACS Nano a new way to protect data, especially when it is subjected to extreme environmental conditions.

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Your Smartphone’s Next Trick? Fighting Cybercrime.

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A University at Buffalo-led team of researchers has discovered how to identify smartphones by examining just one photo taken by the device. The advancement opens the possibility of using smartphones — instead of body parts — as a form of identification to deter cybercrime.

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DHS S&T is Enhancing the Autopsy Digital Forensics Tool

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Autopsy, an open-source platform, supports all types of criminal investigations—from fraud to terrorism to child exploitation. It boasts thousands of users around the world and is downloaded an average of 4,000 times each week.

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American University experts available to comment on Thursday's FCC vote on net neutrality

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Computer Scientists Develop a Simple Tool to Tell if Websites Suffered a Data Breach

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Computer scientists have built and successfully tested a tool designed to detect when websites are hacked by monitoring the activity of email accounts associated with them. The researchers were surprised to find that almost 1 percent of the websites they tested had suffered a data breach during their 18-month study period, regardless of how big the companies' reach and audience are.

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End of Net Neutrality Would Give ISPs Power Over Online Content, Speed

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Net Neutrality: ASU Expert on How the FCC Vote Could Affect You

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Shopping for Smart Home Gadgets This Holiday Season? Three Cybersecurity Tips to Keep in Mind

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DHS S&T’s Rapid DNA Tech Completes DNA Testing in Minutes Instead of Months

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In late November 2017, the Massachusetts Office of Chief Medical Examiner (MAOCME) issued their first official identification of a deceased person based on the accredited use of Rapid DNA in their lab.







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