The annual RSA Conference in San Francisco, California of Internet-of-things insecurity and how no amount of money can fix computer security
Recent report by US GAO was treated by medias as “Modern aircrafts can be hacked and commandeered through onboard Wi-Fi”. Is it really that bad?
Everybody knows about flying drones, but there are also swimming and diving drones that patrol ports and ships, demine shores and so on. Let’s take a closer look at maritime robot...
Big data helps to catch child abusers, drug dealers, and terrorists, and allegedly it also helped to locate Bin Laden.
Flightradar24 allows you to track what’s happening to any particular aircraft taking a family member or friend to their destination. Let’s find out how this service works.
Kaspersky Lab and the Dutch cyber-police created a tool that restores files encrypted by CoinVault ransomware.
Recently Interpol, Microsoft and Kaspersky Lab revealed and the shut down of a huge botnet which zombified about 770,000 PCs worldwide. Check this story out and then check your PC
Threatpost security reporters Chris Brook and Brian Donohue discuss the Github DDoS, Dyre banking malware, privacy threats, hacking and more
An annoying story of 'free' WiFi hotspots by St. Petersburg-based Smart WiFi. Nothing is for free, though, as you end up paying with your vk.com credentials
Can we do anything to mitigate the human factor risks in aviation? The answer is: Yes, we can