A key military email system remains offline, one week after a cyberattack that one Defense Department official described as "serious."
Researchers at Black Hat USA have disclosed critical SCADA/ICS vulnerabilities in switches actively used in industrial control management systems, such as substations, factories, refineries, ports, and other areas of industrial automation.
Popular cloud storage services such as Google Drive and Dropbox can be abused by malicious actors in what experts call "Man-in-the-Cloud" (MITC) attacks.
At a lab near San Jose, IBM has built the digital equivalent of a rodent brain---roughly speaking. It spans 48 of the company's experimental TrueNorth chips, a new breed of processor that mimics the brain's biological building blocks.
To make true quantum photonic computers a reality, photonic circuitry must first become at least as efficient at multi-tasking as the microprocessors it is designed to replace. Researchers claim to have produced a photonic chip that does just that.
The federal government is owning up to the modern-day reality that data breaches, no matter the quality of cyberdefenses in place, are inevitable.
Faced with escalating aggression from Russia and China, the Pentagon is planning to increase its use of drones by about 50 percent over the next several years, using the Army and civilian contractors to put more of the unmanned aircraft in the air.
Apple has reportedly built an electric, self-driving car that's "almost ready for the road," according to the Guardian, and it's currently looking for a secure site in the San Francisco Bay Area to test the vehicle.
Security experts at BinaryEdge have analyzed how developers and system administrators configured different technologies and have found out that most of them fail to change the default configuration, which leaves their servers open to outside intrusions.
Google today released to open source a new patch for the infamous Stagefright vulnerability found in 950 million Android devices after researchers at Exodus Intelligence discovered the original patch was incomplete and Android devices remain exposed to attack.