Hackers were successful in launching a major and sophisticated cyberattack on the internet using very common devices including webcams and even digital recorders. They were able to cut-off access to some of the world’s leading and best known websites on Friday, October 21st, raising eyebrows across the board and raising even more concern about cybersecurity threats. This feat, if you may, was described by many experts as an alarming breach of worldwide internet stability. Continue reading “Breaking down latest DDoS attack compromising Twitter, PayPal and others”
With more high-profile figures hacked these days, there is a growing concern about such measures against other famous figures, and even ordinary people, who fail to abide by a simple rule: don’t re-use your passwords.
Vehicles and transportation systems must undergo major security overhaul before connected cars can enter our daily lives. In the strive for further innovation, there lies a major risk of governments and auto manufacturers neglecting serious security risks
We address again the privacy vs security dilemma. This time we discuss the new techniques of police surveillance and whether systematic social media monitoring, using software such as Geofeedia, is justified. Are police turning into a Big Brother watching all you do?