Cyber Security

The 2014 movie The Imitation Game tells the story of Alan Turing, the UK coding genius who built the influential Turing Machine, helped defeat the Nazis, but who also accepted chemically castration as an alternative to being gaoled for homosexual offences. Treated disgracefully by the establishment, he was finally pardoned by the Queen in 2013, following a public […]

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In theory, the Internet of Things should allow patients and providers to take unprecedented control of health care. In practice, it is shaping up to be a security nightmare. Earlier this month, Johnson Johnson notified 114,000 patients of a security hole in its Animas One Touch Ping connected insulin pump. Although the company claims attacks are unlikely, the […]

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(Image: Creative Commons) Do cyber security courses teach you coding like C# and Python? originally appeared on Quora: the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Bart Loews, Applied DoD STIGs for a decade, on Quora: Do cyber security courses teach you coding like C# and Python? […]

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Pol Maj Gen Phisit Pao-in and his Technology Crime Suppression Division have led the online search for lese majeste violations since the May, 2014, military coup. (File photo by Post Today) The National Reform Steering Assembly (NRSA) panel on media reforms has proposed that military and police officers handle both policy and operation in ensuring […]

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Russia has been working on incorporating elements of China’s Great Firewall into the “Red Web”, the country’s system of internet filtering and control, after unprecedented cyber collaboration between the countries. A decision earlier this month to block the networking site LinkedIn in Russia is the most visible in a series of measures to bring the […]

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November 28, 2016 —The cybersecurity industry is expected to be worth up to $175 billion globally by 2020, a huge increase from the $75 billion spent to boost digital defenses last year. But even with all the money going toward shoring up online security, criminals continue to penetrate the most sophisticated security systems to steal valuable […]

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November 28, 2016 —The cybersecurity industry is expected to be worth up to $175 billion globally by 2020, a huge increase from the $75 billion spent to boost digital defenses last year. But even with all the money going toward shoring up online security, criminals continue to penetrate the most sophisticated security systems to steal valuable […]

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