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Trend Micro Supports Next Generation of Cybersecurity Professionals
TSE: 4704) a global leader in security software announced today its participation as a diamond sponsor of Carnegie Mellon University's annual "capture the flag" computer security game challenge picoCTF2014. Geared towards middle and high school students Trend Micro's participation demonstrates the company's commitment to educating young people on safe and innovative ways computer security ...
Startup Aims to Remake Computer Security for the Cloud Age
Steve Herrod was there for the rise of Nicira the Silicon Valley startup that reinvented the way we build computer networks and then sold itself to tech giant VMware for $1.26 billion. He was VMware’s chief technology officer at the time one of the driving forces behind this massive deal and after leaving VMware for [… The post Startup Aims to Remake Computer Security for the Cloud Age ...
Computer users who damage national security could face jail
Human rights experts criticise proposed legislation saying new law could be used to target legitimate whistleblowers Government plans that mean computer users deemed to have damaged national security human welfare the economy or the environment will face a life sentence have been criticised by experts who warn that the new law could be used to target legitimate whistleblowers. Last week the ...
Carmakers ignore hacking risk security expert says
As high-tech features like adaptive cruise control automatic braking and automatic parallel parking systems make cars smarter it's also making them more vulnerable to hackers – a risk that an automotive security researcher says carmakers appear to be ignoring. "There's no culture of security" said Chris Valasek director of vehicle security research at the computer security consulting firm ...
Carnegie Mellon University to Host Second Annual Nationwide High School Computer Security Contest
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Technical Director of CyLab at Carnegie Mellon University David Brumley and two student-run teams will host the second annual PicoCTF competition a nationwide computer security contest aimed at giving high school students hands-on experience learning computer science and security concepts in the context of a story-driven game.
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