Pennsylvania is taking election hacking seriously, spending federal money on new electoral systems. But are those systems secure? According to a recent report on the Associated Press, many of the new systems run on outdated software which is vulnerable to hackers. The majority of the election jurisdictions nationwide use Windows 7 or older operating systems […]
A technology as old as life itself, DNA strands provide a chemically stable storage alternative that resists the technological inevitability of becoming obsolete.
A recent Windows 7 security-only update came with a telemetry surprise. Ed Bott reports on ZDNet that these updates usually stick to their name and only include security updates… But that wasn’t the case this time. The “July 9, 2019—KB4507456 (Security-only update)” supplied the Compatibility Appraiser, KB2952664 — designed to identify issues preventing a Windows 7 machine from updating to […]
Christopher Krebs discusses recent phishing incidents, who is affected, and what can be done to prevent cyberattacks in the future.
With a tax on the extremely wealthy, Warren wants to fund a complete overhaul of outdated American election infrastructure.
Even though automation threatens to take jobs away from workers, especially in manufacturing, jobs that humans can do are growing simultaneously.
What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, July 15, 2019? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
A report from Oxford Economics highlights a new wave of automation that could disproportionately hurt lower-income families.
Solar, wind, and hydro power surpassed coal this past spring for a short time – here’s how.
This week, July 8th – 12th, 2019: the value of connected applications to IIoT, online privacy facts, the internet fustercluck, and more.