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PAS Announces Multi-Million Dollar Investment for Industrial Control System Cybersecurity

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In a recent release, PAS, a provider of industrial control system (ICS) cybersecurity, process safety, and asset reliability solutions for the energy, power, and process industries, has announced a new $40 million growth investment by Tinicum and certain affiliated funds …

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A fight against child pornography or control over the citizens?

The Moldovan government’s initiative to toughen control over the Internet and private online communication (the theme that has recently become particularly topical in Georgia, too), has stirred fierce debates in public.

The matter concerns the bill that is popularly referred to as the ‘Big Brother’ Law’. The latter vests the investigative agencies with the right to block websites, monitor personal emails, SMS, as well as Viber and WhatsApp messages – and all those measures aim to ensure efficient fight against child pornography and terrorism.

Official Chișinău is looking forward to the Venice Commission’s final conclusion on the aforesaid bill.

However, the experts ring the alarm bells, claiming that the bill is nothing but an attempt to impose censorship on the Internet.

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Car GPS Tracker GSM/GPRS Tracking Device Remote Control Auto Vehicle

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Farpointe warns acccess control channel to suggest customers add anti-hacking measures

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Farpointe Data, the access control industry’s trusted global partner for RFID solutions, is notifying its access control manufacturers, distributors, integrators and dealers that hacking of access control systems has become a threat far bigger than most think. Protecting their end-users … The post Farpointe warns acccess […]

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States Eye Greater Control Over K-12 Policy in Trump Era – Education Week

Even before President-elect Donald Trump takes office, states are forging ahead on agendas they’ve been crafting since the Every Student Succeeds Act passed a year ago.

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Forensic Tech I – Evidence Control

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Forensic Tech I – Evidence Control

General Responsibility:
Under general supervision, serve as a Forensic Technician I in the Evidence Control Department. Assist law enforcement officers throughout the state with the submission of physical evidence involved in criminal investigations. Assist in the appropriate selection of exam

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Chinese hackers ‘targeted US aircraft carrier patrolling in South China Sea’ as legal battle raged over who should control the waters

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Chinese hackers ‘targeted US aircraft carrier patrolling in South China Sea’ as legal battle raged over who should control the waters

Chinese hackers tried to steal information from a US aircraft carrier patrolling in the South China Sea when the country was under pressure to withdraw its claim over the waters.
USS Ronald Reagan, a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, was on patrol

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Patched ‘KNOXout’ Samsung Exploit Offered Control To Hackers

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Patched ‘KNOXout’ Samsung Exploit Offered Control To Hackers

Traditionally, one of the bigger benefits of buying a Samsung device was security. This was mostly thanks to the Knox software, a special multi-faceted security suite that included a number of tools to keep Samsung owners from having to feel

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Germany vows tougher control of spy agency after new revelations

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

G ermany’s justice minister has called for tighter control of the national foreign intelligence agency, after media reported its spies had targeted the embassies of allied countries without the government’s express permission. Heiko Maas told the Rheinische Post newspaper in an interview to be published on Friday that a fundamental reform of the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND) was needed. “Parliament must get all the necessary means for an effective control of the intelligence services,” he added. The media reports were the latest in a controversy over German intelligence that has erupted since former NSA contractor Edward Snowden revealed in 2013 a widespread U.S. surveillance program that included tapping Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cellphone. Germany’s foreign intelligence agency is already under scrutiny after revelations earlier this year that its officials indirectly helped the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) spy on European firms such as defense manufacturer Airbus. The scandal has caused a political uproar in Germany, where privacy is an especially sensitive issue after the extensive surveillance by Communist East Germany’s Stasi secret police and by the Gestapo in the Nazi era. The latest reports are seen as an embarrassment for Merkel, who repeatedly commented on Snowden’s revelations of widespread U.S. espionage in Germany […]

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Can Hackers Take Control of Your Car?

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Would you like to play a game of global thermonuclear war? That was the question in the movie “WarGames,” in which Matthew Broderick hacks into a military supercomputer and (spoiler alert!) nearly triggers Armageddon. The movie debuted in 1983. Decades later, Broderick is older and paunchier, and the threat of hacking is no longer a fantastical conceit. As more of our lives are run by computers, new frontiers continue to open to hackers. So it should surprise virtually no one that cars, which are becoming more computerized every year, are turning into an ever juicier target. Automotive hacking is not a new phenomenon, but until recently it was primarily achieved through physically plugging into a car’s diagnostic port. As automakers breathlessly rush to add Internet connectivity and smartphone vehicle control apps to lure tech-savvy buyers, cars are becoming increasingly vulnerable. As many as 82.5 million vehicles are expected to be hooked up to the Internet by 2022, according to estimates by IHS Automotive. That’s a target-rich environment. It’s not like we haven’t been warned. “We find the existence of practically exploitable vulnerabilities that permit arbitrary automotive control without requiring direct physical access,” wrote researchers with the University of California, San […]

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