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Legal Expert Duncan Hollis on China's Cyberattacks - Permissible Spying or Illegal Act of War?

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Internal Auditors Increasingly Battle Cybersecurity Threat

Businesses have a growing need for internal auditors who can size up their data security policies and potential risks, said speakers at the recent UT Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management’s 8th Annual Fraud Summit.

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AP Twitter Hack Proof That ‘Kids’ Social Media Is All Grown Up

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College Students Defend E-Voting Systems Against Hackers In Cyber Competition

College cyber defenders will spend two days protecting a fictitious nation’s electronic voting system against expert computer hackers at the 2013 National CyberWatch Center Mid-Atlantic Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC), to be held at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL).

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Sandia Cyber Research Lab Formally Opens in Stressful Times

Activities at Sandia National Lab's cybercenter are expected to marry Sandia computing expertise with that of universities and businesses to develop unorthodox long-term solutions against the increasingly serious challenges posed by hackers and cybercriminals to individuals, business and government.

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Breaking News Experts Needed: 1) U.S. Government Sequester, 2) Child "Cured" of HIV, 3) SpaceX Supply Ship Arrives at ISS.

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The Real Story of Stuxnet

A Moscow-based computer-security firm led the world in tracking down the malware that sabotaged Iran's nuclear-fuel enrichment and inaugurated state-to-state cyberwar.

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Information Security Expert Recommends System to Protect the Nation's Power Grid

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Computer Scientist on China-Backed Cyberespionage - How It Happened & How We Can Prevent Future Attacks

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Quantum Cryptography Put to Work for Electric Grid Security

Recently a Los Alamos National Laboratory quantum cryptography (QC) team successfully completed the first-ever demonstration of securing control data for electric grids using quantum cryptography.







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