Passwords. Let’s talk about ‘em. I’ve forgotten some. You have too. No big deal. Just click the forgotten password link and follow the steps. Hopefully you remembered which email address you used to set up the account. But the code to unlock your phone? You can probably do that in your sleep. Chances are it’s […]
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The U.S. military can send a missile halfway across the world with pinpoint accuracy, attack the computer systems of rival countries and pilot a drone from the U.S. to strike targets anywhere in the world. The military makes use of every technological advancement and has worked with some of the world’s largest companies to do […]
If you’re in the technology industry, be it as an IT workhorse, a CIO, or as any kind of tech decision-maker, chances are you’re familiar with DIY wireless security systems (you know: the minimalist fonts; the IoT connectivity; the name which rhymes with “bing”). The consumer public is already convinced these systems will replace the […]
Schools can apply now for Eagle Eye Networks Drako School Grant in order to earn the opportunity to beef up their security systems with the company’s cloud-based VMS.
Physical security might be a topic that, for a modern IT Director, CIO, or anyone making technology calls at a company or org, may fall by the wayside more easily than they’d care to admit. After all, who has time to worry about security camera systems when so many threats are digital nowadays? But then again, people’s […]
Axis Communications announces new 4K PTZ cameras and license plate identification cameras. Here’s more information provided by the company: 4K PTZ cameras with ultra-high light sensitivity Featuring 4x zoom and a Canon lens, the AXIS Q1798-LE Network Camera comes with IP66, IP67 and IK10 ratings and can handle extreme temperatures ranging from -40 °F to 140 °F. […]
Put aside your political leanings: there is evidence to suggest that 2020 election hacking in the U.S. is a real possibility. We’ve already told you about the dire need for more secure voting machines; how more than a few Pennsylvania counties will be using out-of-date electoral systems by the time the 2020 elections take place; and […]
“Friendly hackers” were given a very clear directive during this year’s Def Con Voting Village, part of the international hacker conference. And they followed through, much to the dismay of visiting U.S. Congresspeople. Their task was to crack open some test voting equipment to see just how secure the electronic poll books and ballot printers […]
Unmanned surveillance balloons will be drifting 65,000 miles in the stratosphere on his journey from South Dakota to Illinois.
The United States is ‘Not Prepared’ for Serious Cyber Attacks and Politicians are Asking Hackers for Help
Politicians at the DEF CON hacking conference implored ethical hackers to take up the fight against serious cyber attacks — something they said the United States is still underprepared for. According to this article from The Register, a UK-based publication, US representatives Ted Lieu (D-CA) and James Langevin (D-IL) were joined by hackers Cris Thomas, aka Space […]