Criminals are selling the private messages of 81,000 hacked Facebook accounts for 10 cents per account.
Side-channel attacks can pose a serious threat to industrial control systems (ICS), a researcher warned last month at SecurityWeek's ICS Cyber Security Conference in Atlanta, GA.
Recent times have seen banks hedging their bets or even fully integrating cryptocurrencies. The acquisition and filing of patents is how large organizations truly express their interest in a given field, and Bank of America continues to lead the way, now having secured its latest patent in the blockchain and crypto space, one for "tamper-responsive" remote
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have announced a strengthened partnership to buff up medical device cybersecurity, increasing communication and coordination between the two agencies.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is planning to use Artificial Intelligence to assign the CVSS scores to reported vulnerabilities.
Researchers in California recently published a study in the journal Radiology, and they demonstrated that, once trained, a neural network was able to accurately diagnose Alzheimer's disease in a small number of patients, and it did so based on brain scans taken years before those patients were actually diagnosed by physicians.
One of the new technologies announced on Tuesday by VMware at its VMworld 2018 Europe conference is VMware Blockchain, which aims to provide enterprises a decentralized trust infrastructure based on permissioned blockchain.
The Defense M&S Catalog was established by Defense Modeling & Simulation Coordination Office to support the visibility component of the DoD data strategy and to provide an avenue for M&S organizations to make resources available for reuse. The Catalog is a collection point for enterprise discovery and actively seeks contribution of resources from M&S
U.S. Cyber Command has made it clear that it must undertake traditional and nontraditional partnerships in order to succeed in a highly dynamic environment.
Researchers from Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands yesterday disclosed a pair of vulnerabilities in the hardware full-disk encryption mechanisms of self-encrypting solid state drives (SSDs) from Samsung and Crucial. The flaws are present in both internal and external storage devices from these manufacturers, and even affect Microsoft Windows