Five lessons from the story of the Enigma cryptographic machine which are still relevant.
During WW2 modern cryptography principles were often coupled with ‘amateur’ ciphering methods. Curiously, the latter ones often proved to be equally reliable
Let’s imagine the things we would have to leave behind as a brand new world of driverless cars is evolving at a full speed (besides the enjoyment of driving itself)
New research demonstrates that it is possible to hack and hijack devices used to perform remote surgery
Technologies which seemed like they were from science fiction yesterday, are entering our everyday lives. One such tech is direct neural interfaces.
Yet another APT of the 'Dukes family' is hitting high-profile targets, including the US government office.
The story of how Israeli UAVs defend the country on the ground, in the sky, and in the information domain.
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...