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‘Cybersecurity’ term might be scaring off young talent

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

While 18- to 26-year-olds are showing interest in cybersecurity, there’s a disconnect in the language around the field, skills and opportunities. BOSTON — When the National Cyber Security Alliance asked 18- to 26-year-olds what skills they are looking for in a career, researchers uncovered a list that would, if framed…

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Millennials, popular dating apps might have increased your risk of getting STDs, experts say

Over 1.5 million people dated last week thanks to dating app Tinder, according to company stats. It’s hard to say how many of them took it farther than first base, but public health officials say one thing is certain: dating apps are quickly becoming the primary way partners connect. The rise of online dating has correlated with another more disturbing trend: STD rates are also very much on the rise in the U.S. The total combined cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis reported in 2015, the most recent year for which data are available, rose to the highest numbers ever in the U. Read More….

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FBI says it can’t release iPhone hacking tool because it might still be useful

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Justice Dept. officials say that details of a hacking tool used to access a terrorist’s iPhone should not be released because it may still be “useful” to federal investigators. The government is fighting a case against three news organizations, including …

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If You Match With This Girl On Tinder, She Just Might Steal Your Organs

I just got Tinder a couple weeks ago, and FINDING LOVE IS HARD, GUYS! Sure, there are a lot of fish in the sea, but some of those fish are jellyfish and some are sharks and some are just plankton robots trying to get you to follow them on Skype so they can sell you bRaNd NeW ipHonE$. That metaphor may have gotten away from me. My point is, online dating can be tough. Especially when you come across a user who seems less interested in sharing an intimate connection with another human being who has a similar point of view, sense of humor and sexual fetish, and more interested in the health and viability of your internal organs for transplants. Read More….

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Why You Might Want To Reconsider Getting Married On Valentine’s Day

Planning to get married on Valentine’s Day? You may want to reconsider; while it might seem like the height of romance to say “I do” on a day celebrating love, a new study suggests that people who marry on Valentine’s Day and other gimmicky dates face a higher risk of divorce

Weddings that take place on Valentine’s Day or special-number dates like 9/9/99 or 1/2/03 are 18 to 36 percent more likely to end in divorce than weddings on ordinary dates, according to researchers at the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research.

Not so romantic after all, eh?

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Your Cyber Security Tools Might Be Your Biggest Threat

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Your Cyber Security Tools Might Be Your Biggest Threat

The Need for Security Tool Integration and Consolidation
Organizations of all sizes face serious security threats
There are more cyber security threats facing US organizations than ever before. These threats come from sophisticated hacker rings, nation-state sponsored attacks, and terrorist

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Researchers might have found a way to protect our brains from hackers

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Researchers might have found a way to protect our brains from hackers

“Wait, what?” is probably your first thought, but in actuality brain-computer interfaces are closer than we think, perhaps arriving as early as the next decade, reports TheNextWeb. And though this new interaction could do wonders for computing—allowing people to easily manipulate connected devices by just using their thoughts—it also means our brains could literally be […]

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China Might Have Gained Access to Indian Govt’s Systems

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Despite Digital India initiative, the focus on providing and increasing national cyber security and promoting safe digital practices have always been at the lowest of the barrel in priorities when it comes to India. The internet is usually the easiest way for any rogue nation or group to attack because of the comfort of remote […]

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Apple might not find out how the FBI hacked the San Bernardino iPhone

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The strange tale of the San Bernardino iPhone seems like it’s almost over, although it touched off a national debate about encryption that’s just getting started. Apple probably won’t find out what method was used by the third-party firm that broke into the iPhone 5c used by shooter Syed Rizwan Farook, reports Reuters.

The government says that the unidentified international firm that did the hack has legal ownership of the method, so while the FBI got the data it wanted, it’s unable to disclose the method to Apple. There’s actually a system in place, known as the Vulnerabilities Equities Process, that’s designed to evaluate flaws discovered by the government’s own agencies to determine if they should be disclosed to the technology companies who can patch them, or if the vulnerabilities can remain secret to be used by the NSA, FBI, or other agencies.

But in this case, the FBI says it doesn’t even know enough about the method to be able to submit it for evaluation. The firm that “owns” the hack is free to keep it secret and sell it to anyone—government or criminal alike.

As recently as last week, FBI Director James Comey made it sound like the bureau was still weighing its options about disclosing the flaw to Apple, not that it was technologically or legally prohibited from doing so. Speaking at Kenyon College on April 6, Comey said, “If we tell Apple, they’re going to fix it and we’re back where we started. As silly as it may sound, we may end up there. We just haven’t decided yet.”

The other piece of bad news in this case: A source in law enforcement told CBS News that the San Bernardino iPhone hasn’t produced useful evidence so far, although they aren’t done analyzing all the data. You may recall that the iPhone 5c in question was provided by Farook’s employer, San Bernardino County, and he also had a personal cell phone that he destroyed prior to committing the crime. Farook and his wife and co-conspirator Tashfeen Malik were killed in a gunfight with law enforcement after murdering 14 people and seriously wounding 22.
Source:http://www.macworld.com/article/3056409/ios/apple-probably-wont-find-out-how-the-fbi-hacked-the-san-bernardino-iphone.html

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8 Movies That Might Be Better Than Star Wars

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