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  1. Cyber Intrusions Linked to Global Geopolitics

    ... In some breaches, there is one passphrase that works everywhere on a system, making it susceptible to what Mandia calls ... not you pay, the stolen data will be Google-indexed on the Internet in the next few weeks.” Lastly, when asked if the Islamic State ...

  2. NATO Communications Have a Need for Speed

    ... take three to six months. NATO’s procurement process works well for larger infrastructure projects, for which speed is less of a ... visualization and sensors, taking into account the Internet of Things. Winners are being announced at the conference, he adds. ...

  3. DISA Reduces Systems Into One CyberNetOps Solution

    ... before the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet) and the Non-classified Internet ... “I just can’t turn it off until its replacement works,” he states. The primary driver of this change is the convergence ...

  4. How a Mini IoT Could Transform Public Safety

    ... of first responders and may be one step toward a miniature Internet of Things designed specifically for emergencies. The hub may be a ... for the community to “take it, break it and tell us what works and what doesn’t work and what we need to do to make it work.”  ...

  5. The Internet Of Things Takes Shape

    ... forward operating bases, they also might spur commercial Internet of Things technologies. ... to detect signal power of only 35 dBm.  The receiver works by being tuned to a short, specialized code known as a preamble. Olsson ...

  6. BYU Wins Award to Develop Cybersecurity Technology

    ... is developing a web middleware tool that will improve the Internet website authentication process and online security. TrustBase, an ... Measurement and Attack Modeling (IMAM) project, which works with researchers in academia and the cybersecurity community to develop ...

  7. Man vs. Machine

    ... rested in part on many erroneous assumptions of how the mind works. One important assumption was that human intelligence could be understood ... computer also gets to experience direct data inflow from the internet, radio waves, sonar, ect. But its not enough. trying experiencing ...

  8. Connecting the Dots Between Disruptive Technologies

    ... supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) and the Internet of Things (IoT). Other technologies the experts may consider include ... built of pieces of software. The software-wrapped app works in a single cloud environment, but it also can be transferred relatively ...

  9. Elections at Risk in Cyberspace, Part II: Variety is the Spice of Hacking for Voting Machines

    ... is that they never were designed to be connected to the Internet. That cyber threat never will manifest itself to them. And ... numbers of machines without tampering with the internal works could throw an election day into chaos, although Bandes suggests that ...

  10. Remapping The Planet, 3 Words At a Time

    ... far-flung corners of the world to top travel spots. The app works by just plugging in a unique three-word combination to pinpoint a ... seeing an emerging middle class with disposable income and Internet connections. “They’re buying things, but they just don’t have a ...

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