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DAILY VIDEO: Election officials discuss efforts to bolster voting system security, and Cisco brings SD-WAN to 1 million edge routers.
At Black Hat USA, officials from the National Security Agency provided insight into the impact of fatigue and frustration on cyber-security operations.
Universal Acceptance (UA) is the concept of removing all technical barriers that might hinder a user from accessing any name in any top-level domain (TLD) from any web browser, email client or other internet application on a connected device.
TradeIt’s home-developed APIs (application programming interface) for app developers are setting the table for highly secure functionality that covers any type of international trade format.
Leaders of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) National Cybersecurity Assessments and Technical Services (NCATS) explain at DEF CON about how conducting penetration testing against government and private sector infrastructure helps to improve cyber-resilience.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The IT industry and connected device makers have to become more ambitious and strategic about building strong security into their software and hardware, say security researchers at the Black Hat 2018 conference.
At Defcon, security researcher Damien Cauquil released an open-source tool that could enable Bluetooth device connection jamming and takeover.
At Defon in Las Vegas, election officials talk about potential cyber-security and some of the steps they are taking to improve voting system security.
Black Hat USA: Attackers could have manipulated a mobile point of sale terminal to have it display a lower amount than what was actually being sent to be authorized for payment, researchers find.
DAILY VIDEO: Black Hat talk reveals how embedded systems expose airlines to risk, and Arista will pay Cisco $400 million in a patent settlement.
VIDEO: Security researcher Ben Gras from VU University details a new side-channel attack method against CPU caches.