On Tuesday, VICELAND is debuting CYBERWAR, our series chronicling the hackers, government officials, and social dissidents going head-to-head on the internet’s battlefields. The series premiere finds host Ben Makuch investigating how the alt-right has deployed memes in America’s online culture war, reshaping the country’s political and ideological landscape with the click of a mouse. CYBERWAR […]

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WASHINGTON — How to defend the United States from cyber attacks has become a much tougher problem as countries like Russia become increasingly skilled at using information as a weapon, intelligence experts warn. “Who knows what’s coming?” said retired Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden, former director of the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security […]

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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.] 3rd October, 2017, Higher Eclectic Ground – Debuted over the weekend, CyberThreat®’s new Story Teaser offers followers their first-glimpse at the progress made by the upcoming RPG’s development of narrative, level and soundtrack design. Created by independent developer […]

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FINANCIAL threats are still profitable for cyber criminals and, therefore, continue to be an enduring part of the threat landscape. From financial Trojans that attack online banking, to attacks against automated teller machines (ATMs) and fraudulent interbank transactions, there are many different attack vectors utilised by criminals. As Symantec we had predicted in 2015, there […]

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Throughout National Cybersecurity Awareness Month this October, and in subsequent articles, the Office of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare (N2N6) will describe the things you can do, at home and at work, to protect yourself and the Navy from cyber threats. Few people today need to be convinced that our networks, […]

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x Embed x Share CLOSE Dennis McDaniel with the Johnston Police Department provides updates after anonymous, threatening text messages forced the closure of Johnston schools. Zach Boyden-Holmes/The Register A Johnston mother received these text messages the night of Oct. 2, 2017. The Johnston school district closed all schools Oct. 3, as multiple parents reported receiving […]

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Both of Virginia’s U.S. senators signaled their willingness Oct. 2 to work with the Trump administration on rebuilding the nation’s infrastructure and passing tax reform, but they urged the new president to tread cautiously on the world’s diplomatic stage. “A little more policy, a little less tweeting,” said U.S. Sen. Mark Warner. Warner and U.S. […]

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