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authorDavid Geer
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An edited collection of advanced computing news from Communications of the ACM, ACM TechNews, other ACM resources, and news sites around the Web.


Samsung Breach Slams Consumers
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Samsung Breach Slams Consumers

Including this writer.

Software Insecurity
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Software Insecurity

Software is more vulnerable than we think.

Raising the Ramparts
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Raising the Ramparts

Why the enterprise needs military-grade cybersecurity, too.

Cybercriminals Eye Biometrics
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Cybercriminals Eye Biometrics

Biometric markers are increasingly popular targets of data theft, potentially endangering far more than your locally stored information.

Anticipating the War's Direction
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Anticipating the War's Direction

Is the U.S. at risk of Russian cyberattacks related to Ukraine?

BlackByte Ransomware Bites Critical Infrastructure, the San Francisco 49ers
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BlackByte Ransomware Bites Critical Infrastructure, the San Francisco 49ers

One ransomware attack struck a professional football team as competitors were preparing for the Super Bowl.

A Source of Security Challenges for Years to Come
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A Source of Security Challenges for Years to Come

Cybersecurity experts agree the recently uncovered Log4Shell software vulnerability is the most dangerous on record.

Active Defenders
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Active Defenders

How the new self-healing cybersecurity software works.

Cyber Risk in Digital Transformation
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Cyber Risk in Digital Transformation

Cybersecurity missteps during corporate Digital Transformation efforts can lead to digital breaches.

Are We Engaged in a Cyber-war?
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Are We Engaged in a Cyber-war?

Here are the reasons why we're not.

Keeping Control of the Wheel
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Keeping Control of the Wheel

Developments in automotive cybersecurity.

Is 5G Opening Security Holes in the Internet of Things?
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Is 5G Opening Security Holes in the Internet of Things?

The new 5G networks increase hacker access to the Internet of Things.

Cyber-Securing the Home Office
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Cyber-Securing the Home Office

Patching the security holes that arise when working from home.

Avoiding Coronavirus Infections to the Email
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Avoiding Coronavirus Infections to the Email

Cybercriminals go phishing with COVID lures.

Tracking the Hackers
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Tracking the Hackers

Dissecting the SolarWinds hack.
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