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Google Announces 2021 Research Scholar Program Recipients
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Google Announces 2021 Research Scholar Program Recipients

Google announced 86 principal investigators in 15+ countries and over 50 universities as the 2021 recipients of its Research Scholar Program.

Embed Your Startup In The 'Secret City'
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Embed Your Startup In The 'Secret City'

An entrepreneurship program for national security-related technology startups will provide financial support and access to Los Alamos National Laboratory's resources...

Technologist Salaries Rose 3.6% in 2020, Says Dice Salary Report
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Technologist Salaries Rose 3.6% in 2020, Says Dice Salary Report

The average U.S. technology industry annual salary hit $97,859 in 2020, up 3.6% from 2019, according to the Dice 2021 Tech Salary Report.

Machine Learning Algorithm Boosts Defense Against Zero-Day Attacks
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Machine Learning Algorithm Boosts Defense Against Zero-Day Attacks

A Penn State-led team of researchers used a machine learning approach based on a technique known as reinforcement learning to create an adaptive cyber defense against...

Imaging Tech Can Identify Counterfeit Travel Docs, Researchers Say
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Imaging Tech Can Identify Counterfeit Travel Docs, Researchers Say

Researchers at the University of Kent have found that optical coherence tomography imaging technology can be utilized to distinguish between legitimate and counterfeit...

$30M Grant Will Support Flexible Networks Project
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$30M Grant Will Support Flexible Networks Project

A $30 million DARPA grant will support a collaborative effort of Princeton, Cornell, Stanford, and the Open Networking Foundation to build and test new types of...

Computer Scientists Show That Robot Vacuums Can Spy on Private Conversations
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Computer Scientists Show That Robot Vacuums Can Spy on Private Conversations

Computer scientists at the National University of Singapore have demonstrated that it is possible to spy on private conversations using a common robot vacuum cleaner...

STL CyberCon Aims for More Inclusive Cybersecurity Workforce
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STL CyberCon Aims for More Inclusive Cybersecurity Workforce

The sixth STL CyberCon took advantage of its virtual format this year to expand its reach, bringing together students, researchers, practitioners, and job seekers...

Hidden Messages in Digital Images Are Researcher's Passion
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Hidden Messages in Digital Images Are Researcher's Passion

Binghamton University Distinguished Professor Jessica Fridrich has received a $768,964 grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation to study steganographic hidden...

DOE Will Hold Virtual, Individual CyberForce Competition
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DOE Will Hold Virtual, Individual CyberForce Competition

The U.S. Department of Energy will host the first virtual CyberForce Competition between individuals this Saturday.

Meet Your (Chinese) Facebook Censors
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Meet Your (Chinese) Facebook Censors

At least half a dozen Chinese nationals are working as social media censors at Facebook, a former company insider says.

'I Monitor My Staff With Software That Takes Screenshots'
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'I Monitor My Staff With Software That Takes Screenshots'

The increase of employees working from home during the coronavirus pandemic coincides with a spike in demand from employers for surveillance software.

This Is How Much Top Hackers Are Earning From Bug Bounties
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This Is How Much Top Hackers Are Earning From Bug Bounties

More than $44.75 million in bounties was awarded to hackers worldwide over the past year, up 86% year-on-year, according to HackerOne.

China Bans Scratch, MIT's Programming Language for Kids
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China Bans Scratch, MIT's Programming Language for Kids

Organizations and students in China can no longer access the website of Scratch, the programming language developed at the MIT Media Lab.

Study Examines Robocall Strategies and Techniques for Stopping Them
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Study Examines Robocall Strategies and Techniques for Stopping Them

Researchers from North Carolina State University conducted a large-scale study of robocalls, and report on useful tools and perspectives for researchers, investigators...

Computer Scientists Will Describe Software at Virtual Cyber Conference
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Computer Scientists Will Describe Software at Virtual Cyber Conference

Sandia National Laboratories computer scientists Adrian Chavez and Vince Urias have developed cybersecurity platforms they will describe at the Cybersecurity Technology...

Sandia Expands Access to Its Cyber Research Tools
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Sandia Expands Access to Its Cyber Research Tools

Sandia has created free cyber research tools for academic and research institutions.

Texas Instruments Makes It Harder to Run Programs on Its Calculators
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Texas Instruments Makes It Harder to Run Programs on Its Calculators

Texas Instruments is pulling support for assembly- and C-based programs on the TI-84 Plus CE calculator and its French counterpart. The move is meant to prevent...

Software Flaws Often Reported First on Social Media
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Software Flaws Often Reported First on Social Media

Social media sites, especially GitHub, often report vulnerabilities in software before that information is published at U.S. government sites, researchers at Pacific...

Web of Psychological Cues Tempt Users to Reveal More Online
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Web of Psychological Cues Tempt Users to Reveal More Online

A team of Penn State researchers identified a dozen cues that can influence a user's decision to reveal private information online.
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