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Educating and Strengthening the Cybersecurity Workforce

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As Americans become more dependent on modern technology, the demand to protect the nation's digital infrastructure will continue to grow. In an effort to produce career-ready cybersecurity professionals and to combat cybercrime nationwide, the California State University is creating unique educational opportunities for students and faculty members.

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High-Schooler Solves College-Level Security Puzzle From Argonne, Sparks Interest in Career

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15-year-old Jocelyn Murray and her classmates solved a series of college-level cyber puzzles. This weekend they had a front row seat to watch college-level competitors who are older and more experienced defend their networks from constant attack.

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Google's AI Tool for Video Searches Can Be Easily Deceived

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University of Washington security researchers have shown that Google’s new tool that uses machine learning to automatically analyze and label video content can be deceived by inserting a photograph periodically into videos. After they inserted an image of a car into a video about animals, for instance, the system thought the video was about an Audi.

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New Privacy Bill Tilts Power Away From Consumers

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Risk of Data Breaches at Hospitals Is Greater at Larger Facilities and Those with Major Teaching Mission

The risk of data breaches at U.S. hospitals is associated with larger facilities and hospitals that have a major teaching mission, according to a study published online today by JAMA Internal Medicine.

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Android Apps Can Conspire to Mine Information From Your Smartphone

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Virginia Tech researchers have recently discovered that the same apps we use on our phones to organize lunch dates, make online purchases, and communicate the most intimate details of our existence have secretly been colluding to mine our information.

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Making America’s Power Grid Much, Much Smarter

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A new, open-source software platform has been designed to support applications required to create a smart power grid and protect it from dangers ranging from terrorists to falling tree limbs.

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Expert Says Elimination of Internet Privacy Rules Put Consumer Information at Risk

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WVU Expert: Interference in 2016 Election Proves Russia Views the U. S. As an Adversary

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New Brain-Inspired Cybersecurity System Detects ‘Bad Apples’ 100 Times Faster

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The Neuromorphic Cyber Microscope can look for the complex patterns that indicate specific “bad apples,” all while using less electricity than a standard 60-watt light bulb, due to its brain-inspired design.







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