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Cyber weapons hold ‘no taboo’ for states
Cyber weapons hold ‘no taboo’ for statesSecurityby Jimmy Nicholls| 22 October 2014Ex-NSA lawyer outlines vision of cyber war. A former general counsel for the NSA has warned that there is "no taboo"...
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IoT cybersecurity: is EDA ready to deliver?
During a brief stint in Paris to visit customers and before hosting Mentor Graphics' Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum (IESF Europe) in Munich, CEO Wally Rhines delivered a keynote speech to share...
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Iran arrests several spies near Bushehr nuclear p...
ANKARA (Reuters) - Iranian security services have arrested several suspected spies in the southern province of Bushehr where the country's first nuclear power plant is located, the semi-official Fars...
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Cyber warfare needs a 'Geneva Convention': Israel...
SINGAPORE: While there are the Geneva Conventions to turn to when there are wars between states or armed conflict, there are no such rules governing the online space, said Professor Isaac Ben-Israel,...
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This Little Person Asked Passersby How They Feel ...
At the July 2011 TEDGlobal conference, TED Fellow Lucianne Walkowicz discussed how the Kepler mission has helped us discover many new, far-away planets that might be habitable. Berkeley Bionics'...
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All-one printers can be used to control infected ...
Isolating computers from the Internet, called "air gapping," is considered one of the best ways to defend critical systems and their sensitive data from cyberattacks, but researchers have found that...
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Even the latest malware detection systems can be ...
Unwanted intruders are finding it more and more difficult to hack computer systems and networks thanks to today's advanced detection technologies. With the help of emulation-based technologies, many...
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WICS ABC Newschannel 20 - International News
International News Iran tips hand about structure of secret servicesOctober 15, 2014 17:57 GMT Eds: UPDATES throughout with quotes, details, background; ADDS bylineBy ALI AKBAR DAREINIAssociated...
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The Associated Press
Big data is the smart tool for the evolving futur...
There’s an old adage about technology that goes something like, “If you build a better mousetrap the world will beat a path to your door.” The flipside to this, especially in the world of...
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Mysterious blast at Iran nuke plant proves weapon...
Satellite photos from before and after Sunday's blast show an explosion that some experts say proves Iran's nuclear weapons program is real. (IsraelDefense.com) The massive blast at an Iranian...
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Israel Defense Force
UN General Assembly in New York
Cyber threats will get worse in the next decade, ...
The cyber threat landscape will only get worse in the next decade, according to NASDAQ chief information security office (CISO) Mark Graff. Graff, who was speaking at splunk.conf 2014 in Las Vegas...
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Aus aller Welt
Cyber Crimes: BBC World News gibt Serie über Verbrechen im virtuellen Raum in Auftrag - Serienstart am 1. November 2014 (London/BBC World News) - BBC World News hat eine neue sechsteilige Serie in...
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Large Explosion At Iran Nuclear Site Kills Two Am...
It was just yesterday when, in an interview with CNN, Israel PM Netanyahu reminded the world that before there was ISIS, there was Israel's most loathed enemy Iran, and told Fareed Zakaria that in...
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Fresh wave of cyber attacks aimed at US
A new wave of cyber attacks is striking American corporations. Officials say the attackers' aim is not espionage but sabotage, and the source seems to be the Middle East. Washington: A new wave of...
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Expert: Basic hacks can compromise industrial con...
Atlanta -- Sophisticated attacks like
aren't necessary to compromise industrial control systems for dams, power plants, chemical plants and the like. Rather, simple phishing attacks followed...
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U.S. Department of Energy
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Eugene Kaspersky: traditional crime 'is coming to...
He also recounted how mobsters had hacked into the computer systems of a Russian mining company, allowing them to siphon off tonnes of coal and sell it in secret; and how another criminal gang had...
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North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Cyberwar: Not if. Not when. Now.
The vulnerability of the nation's electric grid is a sharp focus of policymakers because every... When Target Corp. and Neiman Marcus were hacked, it was a costly black eye for those companies and a...
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