March 2019

In general there is a continued strong and even increasing interest in security, as reflected by the growing number of submissions and expanded symposium program. In particular, upwards-trending submission topics for NDSS this year (as reported by the program chairs) include software/firmware analysis, trustworthy computing, blockchains and cryptocurrencies, and critical infrastructures. Most of these topics […]

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This past week, students may have noticed various conference rooms and hallways clogged with the important-looking attendees of Energy Week. But Carnegie Mellon hosted a far larger conference that those wandering campus could not stumble upon: the annual Women in Cybersecurity conference that was centered in the Wyndham Grand in downtown Pittsburgh. Women in Cybersecurity, […]

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Threat group Thrip is using three computers based in China to steal data from targeted companies in Southeast Asia and the US, Symantec says. An advanced persistent threat group that is believed to be operating out of China is conducting a wide-ranging cyber espionage campaign targeting satellite, telecommunications, and defense organizations mostly in Southeast Asia […]

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By Yvonne Murray in Beijing In the 13th Century Marco Polo, set out along the Silk Road, ending up in the court of the Mongolian ruler, Kublai Khan. The expedition bore great riches for Italy and some people even believe that spaghetti has its origins in the Asian noodles the explorer brought back from China. […]

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