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Cybersecurity, network intrusion, connected vehicles, Autonomous Vehicles, cyberattacks, Atomic Force Microscopy, Machine Learning, Voltage, solar cell development, Traffic Control

Story Tips from the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, October 2017

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A method developed by Oak Ridge National Laboratory could protect connected and autonomous vehicles from possible network intrusion. A new ORNL technique makes ultrafast measurements using atomic force microscopy.

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Getting Rid of Social Security Numbers Is the Best Move, and Here’s Why

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Texas Tech Researcher Getting to Heart of Cybersecurity Issue

Changzhi Li’s “cardiac password” project will examine using the wave of the heart motion as an added method of continuous authentication.

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DHS S&T Launches New ‘Mobilizing Innovation’

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The Mobilizing Innovation webpage provides a high-level overview of how specific S&T innovations are promoting progress in key DHS mission areas.

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Professor Receives $230,000 to Assist U.S. Department of Defense in Social Bot Detection

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A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor has received $230,000 to help defend the United States against the use of social bots. Dr. Nitin Agarwal, Jerry L. Maulden-Entergy Endowed Chair of Information Science, received the grant to develop a socio-computational model for the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to detect the online presence of social bots.

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Navy awards UW-Madison $6.1 million for computer security research

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The University of Wisconsin-Madison has been awarded a $6.1 million grant from the Office of Naval Research, a division of the United States Department of the Navy. The project is related to software security, manageability and performance. The new research project involves what are known as containers. While not a household word for average computer users, containers are increasingly popular in the tech world.

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Drones, Human Robot Interaction, drone technology, Cybersecurity, Surveillance

Brain-Controlled Drones Are Here. What’s Coming in the Next Five Years?

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Researchers available to discuss user privacy, diversity, the dark web, data breaches, hacking, robocalls and more during Cybersecurity Awareness Month

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Cybersecurity Expert Available to Talk Equifax, Sonic & Whole Foods Breaches

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Berkeley Lab Aims to Strengthen the Cybersecurity of the Grid

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As part of the Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) commitment to building cyber-resilient energy delivery systems, a new project led by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory will develop tools to detect and counter cyber attacks on the grid via solar panels.







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