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Shuffling May Be Best Cybersecurity Defense

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A team of George Mason researchers proposes a “moving-target” defense against distributed denial-of-service attacks. The defense works by repeatedly shuffling client-to-server assignments to identify and eventually quarantine malicious clients.

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Suicide Bomber Attacks in Brussels Kills Dozens. ISIS Claims Responsibility. Experts Needed For Media

Suicide bomber attack in brussels kills dozens. ISS claims responsibility. Cities around the world ramp up security. Experts needed for media.

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Price of privacy will be unlocked at Apple, FBI hearing

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Will Unlocking Apple’s iPhone Unlock a Pandora’s Box?

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CAS network security expert: move will weaken US cybersecurity.

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New Technique Wipes Out Unwanted Data

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Machine learning systems are everywhere. They predict the weather, forecast earthquakes, provide recommendations based on the books and movies we like, and even apply the brakes on our cars when we’re not paying attention.

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UMD-Led Team Ranks Nations on Vulnerability to Cyberattacks

Damaging cyberattacks on a global scale continue to surface every day. Some nations are better prepared than others to deal with online threats from criminals, terrorists and rogue nations.

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Speeding Recovery From Cyber-Induced Blackouts, Teaching with 'Big Data', Security Breach in 3-D Printing Process, and more in the Cybersecurity News Source

Speeding Recovery From Cyber-Induced Blackouts, Teaching with 'Big Data', Security Breach in 3-D Printing Process, and more in the Newswise Cybersecurity News Source.

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How America’s Electric Utilities Can Speed Recovery From Cyber-Induced Blackouts

A new study by Johns Hopkins APL/Dr. Paul Stockton, “Superstorm Sandy: Implications for Designing a Post-Cyber Attack Power Restoration System,” examines the novel challenges of a cyber attack, and explores how utilities can ramp up the progress they are already making against increasingly severe cyber threats.

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University Invests in Faculty and High Performance Computing to Boost Research, Teaching with 'Big Data'

University makes big investment in big data.

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Bad Vibrations: UCI Researchers Find Security Breach in 3-D Printing Process

With findings that could have been taken from the pages of a spy novel, researchers at the University of California, Irvine have demonstrated that they can purloin intellectual property by recording and processing sounds emitted by a 3-D printer.







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