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Top News


  • JetBlue Bomb Scare Set Off with Apple AirDrop

    July 16, 2019

    The feature in Apple mobile devices that allows people to send photos to nearby phones via Bluetooth is at the heart of a terrorism scare on a JetBlue flight over the weekend. According to the New York Daily News, a prankster sent a photo of a suicide vest to everyone who had an Apple device on the ...

  • Russia ready to start shipping revolutionary Ebola vaccine to DR Congo

    July 16, 2019

    A groundbreaking vaccine developed at the Novosibirsk-based VECTOR State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology is likely to be shipped to the Democratic Republic of the Congo where an ongoing Ebola outbreak has already claimed 1,700 lives, VECTOR Director General Rinat Maksyutov told TASS, adding that talks were underway. “The issue [of the vaccine’s deliveries to ...

  • Why Cities Are a Low-Hanging Fruit For Ransomware

    July 15, 2019

    Ransomware attacks against local governments and cities are repeatedly making headlines, with crippling results on city operations and budgets. Last month, the Florida city of Riviera Beach paid hackers $600,000 after being hit by a ransomware attack that downed its computer systems for three weeks. In 2018, several Atlanta city systems were crippled after a ransomware attack extorted ...

  • Dirty bomb simulator prepares responders

    July 15, 2019

    If a radiological dispersal device (RDD), or “dirty bomb,” ever explodes in the United States, emergency crews may be better prepared because of a simulator developed by an Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) visualization technologist. Called the RDD Studio, the model was developed by the Lab’s Ryan Chen to provide a detailed simulation of what an ...

  • Airport email scam thwarted by UK’s cyber-defender NCSC

    July 15, 2019

    An attempt to defraud thousands of people using a bogus email from a UK airport was one of a range of cyber-attacks prevented last year. The scam used a fake gov.uk address, but the messages were prevented from ever reaching their intended recipients. The details were revealed by GCHQ’s National Cyber Security Centre in an annual report. In all, ...

  • High-level meeting on the Ebola outbreak in the DRC affirms support for Government-led response and UN system-wide approach

    July 15, 2019

    Almost a year after the outbreak of Ebola was declared in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and with the number of new cases at worrying levels, the United Nations hosted a high-level meeting today in Geneva to take stock of the coordinated response and galvanize further support for the government-led effort to defeat ...

  • Sudan Military Council Appeals Court Ruling to Restore Internet

    July 15, 2019

    Sudan’s ruling Transitional Military Council (TMC) asked the high court in Sudan to reverse its decision to restore internet services in the country, only days after the court ruled to restore them. Last Tuesday, a Khartoum court ordered telecommunication companies to restore the internet services in the country, pending a decision on the lawsuit filed by ...

  • Will defense contractors be ready for CMMC?

    July 15, 2019

    Defense contractors will face big changes and tight timelines over the next year as the Department of Defense rolls out its new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification framework, experts say. The framework, which aims to certify a company’s compliance with federal cybersecurity regulations around controlled unclassified information (CUI), was announced by DOD officials in June. It will ...

  • The growing industrial cyber threat Australia is ignoring

    July 15, 2019

    Just as we are behind on internet connectivity in Australia, we are also lagging on cyber security for the industrial infrastructure that will increasingly run society. We currently have a critical under-investment and will only fall further behind without government action. Australians are largely unaware of this new cyber security threat, as commentary and policies focus ...

  • Ebola in DR Congo: Case confirmed in Goma

    July 15, 2019

    The Democratic Republic of Congo has confirmed the first case of Ebola in the eastern city of Goma, a major transport hub. The World Health Organization (WHO) said the case could be a “game-changer” given the city’s population of more than two million. But the WHO expressed confidence in plans to deal with the diagnosis. DR Congo’s health ...


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