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Cyber-attack Risk On Nuclear Weapons Systems Relatively High – Thinktank
10th Jan 2018 [5 months ago] from Guardian
Lack of skilled staff, slowness of institutional change exposes UK and US capabilities, warns Chatham HouseUS, British and other nuclear weapons systems are increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks, according to a new study by the international...
Russian Bid To Influence Brexit Vote Detailed In New US Senate Report
10th Jan 2018 [5 months ago] from Guardian
UK political system vulnerable to anti-democratic meddling via social media and ‘possibly illicit’ campaign fundingRussia’s attempts to influence UK democracy and the potential vulnerability of parts of the UK political system to...
Hacked And Hacked Off: Without Change This New Data Law Will Fail Victims | Alex Neill
9th Jan 2018 [5 months ago] from Guardian
The data protection bill must be amended so independent organisations acting in the public interest can help consumers to get proper redress• Alex Neill is managing director of home products and services at Which?Your name, your email...
Apple Says Meltdown And Spectre Flaws Affect All Mac And IOS Devices
5th Jan 2018 [6 months ago] from Guardian
Processor bugs leave nearly every computing device and operating system vulnerable to hackers, tech firm warnsApple has warned owners of its iPhones, iPads and computers that the devices are affected by a processor flaw that could leave...
The Guardian View On Hardware Bugs: More Security, Less Speed | Editorial
4th Jan 2018 [6 months ago] from Guardian
A hacking takedown of computer systems that capture and organise our lives is made possible because we applauded technology’s potential without adequately assessing the pitfallsThe discovery of hardware bugs in almost every computer,...
Spectre And Meltdown Processor Security Flaws – Explained
4th Jan 2018 [6 months ago] from Guardian
What are Meltdown and Spectre? Do they only affect Intel chips? Will the fixes slow my computer … and what even is a processor?Meltdown and Spectre are the names of two serious security flaws that have been found within computer processors....
WannaCry, Petya, NotPetya: How Ransomware Hit The Big Time In 2017
30th Dec 2017 [6 months ago] from Guardian
Most first encountered ransomware after an outbreak shut down hospital computers and diverted ambulances this year. Is it here to stay?For thousands of people, the first time they heard of “ransomware” was as they were turned away from...
The Guardian View On Quantum Computing: The New Space Race | Editorial
29th Dec 2017 [6 months ago] from Guardian
The main use of quantum technology might not be to hack existing systems but to create unhackable communication networks of the futureThe Washington Post’s columnist David Ignatius moonlights as a pacey novelist. His latest book, The...
Best Of The Best: The South Korean School For Hackers Hitting Back Against The North
27th Dec 2017 [6 months ago] from Guardian
A series of attacks on government agencies, TV and banking networks convinced Seoul to develop an elite cadre of experts to defend the countryAt the fortified border between South and North Korea, students on a computer hacking course are...
Lack Of IT Staff Leaving Companies Exposed To Hacker Attacks
25th Dec 2017 [6 months ago] from Guardian
Cybersecurity professionals call for better education after data thefts and the Wannacry attack on NHS IT systemsCybersecurity professionals are calling for better education and improved apprentice schemes after warning that a shortfall...
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