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5 Major Hospital Hacks: Horror Stories from the Cybersecurity Frontlines – IEEE Spectrum

5 Major Hospital Hacks: Horror Stories from the Cybersecurity Frontlines article tells that real-world war, combatants typically don’t attack hospitals. In the cyber realm, hackers have no such scruples. “We’re attacked about every 7 seconds, 24 hours a day” Many computers and medical devices in hospitals are running ancient operating systems that are full of security holes.

Darpa Invites Techies to Turn Off-the-Shelf Products Into Weapons in New ‘Improv’ Challenge – IEEE Spectrum

The good news is that some of today’s most advanced technologies are cheap and easy to find, both online and on the shelves of major chain stores. That’s also the bad news, according to DARPA. Darpa Invites Techies to Turn Off-the-Shelf Products Into Weapons in New ‘Improv’ Challenge article tells that defense agency is nervous

Tackling the Future of Digital Trust—While It Still Exists – IEEE Spectrum

Last week, some 50 cybersecurity experts and observers took on a unique challenge: imagining a future in which bad things have happened in the digital world, and figuring out how to recover from them. The event, designed to help form solutions to problems before they happen, rather than in a panicked reaction afterwards http://spectrum.ieee.org/view-from-the-valley/telecom/security/tackling-the-future-of-digital-trustwhile-it-still-exists Posted from WordPress for Android

European Cyber Security Situation

The current situation in European Cyber Security This almost two hour long video is a part of Aalto University Kyberturvallisuus koskettaa meitä jokaista public lecture series: The current situation in European Cyber Security. This session was held at 9.2.2016 at Department of Communications and Networking. Speakers are Steve Purser (the Head of ENISA Core Operations Department)

Why Panic Caused More Deaths than Radiation at Fukushima | Inverse

It’s been four-and-a-half years since Japan’s Fukushima nuclear accident. Today, a report in The New York Times notes that, in that time, nobody has died from radiation directly. Nobody’s even been “sickened.” While that seems miraculous, there were, however, 1,600 stress-related deaths in the aftermath of the meltdown https://www.inverse.com/article/6336-panic-caused-more-death-than-radiation-at-fukushima Posted from WordPress for Android