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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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Stopping Attacks That Disrupt Voice Communications

The DHS Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) is working to make sure telephony denial of service attacks cannot disrupt critical phone systems

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DHS S&T Announces Commercialization of Malware Detection Technology

DHS S&T today announced the transition of a malware detection technology to the commercial marketplace as a result of its participation in the S&T’s Transition to Practice (TTP) program.

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2017 Cyber Defense Competition Enthralls Crowd at Argonne

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Argonne’s second annual Cyber Defense Competition kept spectators on the edge of their seat. New dynamics added suspense to this daylong educational event for college and high school students.

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Cybersecurity Firm Trains Sycamores for High-Tech Heroics

Indiana State University Professor Bill Mackey aims to combine users' behavioral causes of cybercrime with criminological research to prevent cyber attacks.

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Your Phone's Power Use Can Give Hackers an Opening

Experts have long known the risks associated with charging a smartphone using a USB cord that can also transfer data, but new research shows that even without data wires, hackers using a "side channel" can quickly find out what websites a user has visited while charging a device.

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Professors Discuss Consequences of 'Brain-Hacking' Software for Smartphones

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Anderson Cooper visited CSU Dominguez Hills for story about the effects of habit-forming smartphone applications.

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Internet Atlas Maps the Physical Internet to Enhance Security

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Despite the internet-dependent nature of our world, a thorough understanding of the internet’s physical makeup has only recently emerged, thanks to painstaking work by University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers and their collaborators.

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Lenvio Inc. Exclusively Licenses ORNL Malware Behavior Detection Technology

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Virginia-based Lenvio Inc. has exclusively licensed a cyber security technology from the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory that can quickly detect malicious behavior in software not previously identified as a threat.

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MSU Adds Master’s Program in Cyber Security and Operations

Building on its robust cyber security research and education programs, Mississippi State University is launching a master’s program in cyber security and operations.







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