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China to Embed Internet Police in Tech Firms

51 minutes agoTechnology : Tech - WSJ.com

China will set up cybersecurity police units at Internet companies, in Beijing’s latest move to tighten control over the country’s online forums and prevent “spreading of rumors.”

Homeland Security: New Cybersecurity Bill to 'Sweep Away' Internet Privacy

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said a controversial new surveillance bill under consideration in the Senate could "sweep away important privacy protections."

Hackers could mess with medical devices

9 hours agoTechnology : Tech Talk

The government is warning about a medical infusion device with cybersecurity vulnerabilities that could put patients at risk

Officials warn medical devices vulnerable to hacking

9 hours agoTechnology : Tech Talk

The FDA tells hospitals to stop using an infusion pump after learning it could be a cybersecurity risk

This Senator Wants Congress To Stop Playing It Fast And Loose On Cybersecurity

18 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) is worried Congress is moving too fast when it comes to cybersecurity. The Oregon Democrat, a staunch privacy advocate, also understands why his colleagues are concerned about the increasing threat cyberattacks pose to the U.S. Show More Summary

Cybersecurity Firm Classified Black Lives Matter Organizers As Threats

When I saw this I got a cold chill up and down my spine. Watch what you say online, kids, or you might find yourself targeted by some high-powered cybersecurity firm. Just ask anyone who ever volunteered for the #StopRush effort or in...Show More Summary

Senate To Tackle Cybersecurity Bill Before Summer Break

WASHINGTON -- Senators aren’t leaving for summer vacation yet. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky) said Monday night he'll ask lawmakers to hammer out a major cybersecurity bill before they leave town for a four-week break. McConnell...Show More Summary

Survey exposes consumer fears about car hacking

yesterdayVehicles / Cars : Car Tech

In the wake of two high-profile car hacking reports, a new Kelley Blue Book survey suggests consumers are increasingly concerned about automotive cybersecurity, and those concerns could influence new purchases.

No, your Mac isn’t immune to malware

Mac users have always been a little bit smug when it comes to cybersecurity. Apple even brought up its product's resistance to viruses and malware in the famous line of Mac vs. PC commercials from the mid 2000s.  "You're lucky you don't have to deal with this stuff, Mac," John Hodgman's biohazard suit-clad PC tells a Mac played by Justin Long. Read full article >>

Connected medical devices: The Internet of things-that-could-kill-you

Cybersecurity researchers have warned that hackers can hijack cars and even rifles. Now, federal regulators are warning that a pump used to deliver medicine to patients is at risk of being breached.While computers can make medical devices more accurate, they are also vulnerable to the same sort of coding bugs that end up in other software. Show More Summary

Black Lives Matter Organizers Labeled as "Threat Actors" by Cybersecurity Firm

The cover of a report by a cybersecurity firm that identified Black Lives Matter organizers as "threat actors." ZeroFox Documents from a "crisis management" report produced by the cybersecurity firm ZeroFox indicate that the firm monitored Black Lives Matter protesters during the Freddie Gray protests in Baltimore earlier this year. Show More Summary

Meet the 17-year-old who breaks cybersecurity news

William Turton was transcribing interviews at The Daily Dot office when he got information that Planned Parenthood’s website had been hacked. It was 8:22 p.m. on a Sunday evening. He started reporting. Around six hours later, he got another tip that New York Magazine’s website was facing a cyber attack. Show More Summary

The extraordinary life of former fugitive and eccentric cybersecurity legend John McAfee

    John McAfee built one of the largest antivirus companies and has since become a bit of a legend. Here's a look inside the life of an eccentric millionaire.  Produced by Jacqui Frank. Original reporting by Cale Guthrie Weissman. Follow BI Video:   On Facebook     Join the conversation about this story »

Why the U.S. government’s new cybersecurity solution is doomed to fail

In the wake of the OPM hack, Congress wants to push for more information sharing over insecure networks. That’s wrong, and there’s a better way.

'White hats' on China's internet are growing rapidly

Cybersecurity specialist Wang Qi gets more than a little irritated at how Chinese society often views IT geeks like himself - as socially inept and isolated guys who dress like penniless slobs. "In fact, some think we don't deserve to...Show More Summary

U.S. regulator says hacking risk may be broader than Fiat Chrysler

WASHINGTON (By David Morgan, Reuters) — The cybersecurity issues that led Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV to recall 1.4 million vehicles last month could pose a problem for cars and trucks from other automakers, the top U.S. auto safety regulator said on Friday. Mark Rosekind, who heads the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, said his watchdog […]

The hacking-related recall at Fiat-Chrysler could spread to other automakers

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The cybersecurity issues that led Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV to recall 1.4 million vehicles this month could pose a problem for cars and trucks from other automakers, the top U.S. auto safety regulator said on Friday. Show More Summary

FBI Struggling With Cybersecurity Because Of Shit Pay And Drug Tests

It’s no secret that American businesses and the government are under constant attack from hackers around the world. That’s just the nature of living in the 21st century. But a new audit says that America is even less prepared to defend against these attacks than we thought. More »      

FBI Fails to Attract Cyber Experts to Bolster US Security

While the number of cyber-attacks against the US continues to grow, the Federal Bureau of Investigation appears to be unable to hire an adequate number of computer scientists to providing top-notch cybersecurity for the country.

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