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Ransomware Expert Available to Discuss in Non-Technical Terms What Happens During an Attack, What the Risks Are to Businesses and General Public and How to Protect Against Cyber Attacks

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As Ransomeware Rocks the Digital World, MSU Cybercrime Expert Tom Holt Can Discuss the Issue.

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DHS S&T Transition to Practice Program Announces 2017 Cohort

The 2017 TTP cohort is comprised of a diverse range of innovative cybersecurity technologies that will help strengthen the cyber defenses of critical networks in the public and private sectors.

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Cyber Security R&D Showcase Coming in July

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This DHS S&T annual technology showcase event is expected to draw 1,000 government, industry and academia cybersecurity professionals from the U.S. and abroad over three days.

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Kids, Parents Alike Worried About Privacy with Internet-Connected Toys

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University of Washington researchers have conducted a new study that explores the attitudes and concerns of both parents and children who play with internet-connected toys. Through a series of in-depth interviews and observations, the researchers found that kids didn’t know their toys were recording their conversations, and parents generally worried about their children’s privacy when they played with the toys.

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Physical Keyboards Make Virtual Reality Typing Easier

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What's better than a holographic keyboard? A real one, apparently. New research from computer scientists at Michigan Technological University delves into the different ways to type in a virtual reality (VR) space. They're presenting their work at ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computer Systems (CHI 2017).

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Arkansas Professor Addresses NATO Meeting on Dangers of Information Disseminated by Botnets

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A University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor advised members of NATO about the danger of false information distributed online through botnets, a network of computer programs that act autonomously on social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.

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DHS Delivers Study on Government Mobile Device Security to Congress

The Study on Mobile Device Security outlines several important recommendations to strengthen mobile device security that will help the Federal government keep pace with current and emerging threats.”

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Cybersecurity Expert to Keynote 2017 DHS Cyber Security R&D Showcase

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The 2017 Cyber Security R&D Showcase and Technical Workshop will feature 115 presentations of cutting-edge cybersecurity R&D projects representing a combined $250 million investment by DHS S&T CSD

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DHS S&T Is Helping Stop Internet Scams!

The no-fee projects focuses on the best way to provide small businesses early notifications of possible internet-based scams.







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