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A New Report on private sector cybersecurity, Grant to Protect Internet Of Things Tech, Weakness in Common Computer Chip, All in the Cybersecurity News Source

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Into the Gray Zone: New Report Analyzes Potential of Active Defense as a Response to Sophisticated Cyber Threats in the Private Sector

A new report from the GW Center for Cyber and Homeland Security offers the most comprehensive assessment to date of the legal, policy and technological contexts that surround private sector cybersecurity and active defense measures to improve U.S. responses to evolving threats.

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IU Researchers Receive $1.8 Million NSF Grant to Protect Security of 'Internet of Things' Technology

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Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing researchers have received $1.8 million from the National Science Foundation to ensure that door locks, lightbulbs, cameras and other common household items, which are increasingly connected to the internet, remain secure.

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Researchers Find Weakness in Common Computer Chip

Researchers from Binghamton University—State University of New York and the University of California, Riverside have found a weakness in the Haswell central processing unit (CPU) components that makes common computer operating systems vulnerable to malicious attacks. Computer hackers could take control of individual, company and government computers if a weak point in address space layout randomization (ASLR) software is exploited by manipulating a CPU’s branch predictor, a piece of hardware designed to improve program performance.

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Cybersecurity Needed for Autos, Too

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Most white-hat hackers believe hackers will exploit cyber vulnerabilities to remotely access connected vehicles. A DHS S&T's CSD objective is to identify key vehicle cybersecurity challenges and find solutions that will reduce the risk of cyber-attacks.

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Disruptive DYN attack motivations still sought, says Kennesaw State cybersecurity expert

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Cyber Attack on Netflix, Amazon and Twitter - Expert Says It’s Only the Beginning

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Cybersecurity expert available to discuss DDoS attack

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Nationally Recognized Homeland and Cyber Security Expert Available to Speak About Hacker Attacks

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Verify User’s Identity While Saving Phone Battery Life: NYIT Researchers Receive National Science Foundation Grant

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Paolo Gasti, Ph.D., assistant professor of Computer Science at NYIT, and a team of researchers has been awarded nearly $300,000 from the National Science Foundation for the research project: “Towards Energy-Efficient Privacy-Preserving Active Authentication of Smartphone Users.”







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