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White House Seeks Silicon Valley Help on Encryption
The Obama administration wants a system with strong encryption that could be pierced legally by one party without opening the door to others.
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DHS to Open Satellite Cyber Office in Silicon Valley
DHS plans to open a satellite office in Silicon Valley to better collaborate with tech companies in the fight against cyberattacks.
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NATO to Hold Major Cyber Defense Drill in Estonia
About 400 experts will participate in a major cyber drill in Estonia this week as part of NATO's efforts to bolster its anti-hacking abilities.
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Bug Exposes 1,000 iPhone and iPad Apps to Hacks
A bug in a widely used piece of software temporarily exposed around a thousand iOS apps to the possibility of hacking, and some are still at risk.
Damian Dovarganes / AP
WikiLeaks Puts 30,000 Hacked Sony Documents Online
WikiLeaks has made more than 30,000 documents from last year's Sony Pictures hack available to the public.
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Inside the Mind of the Mailman Who Flew on the Capitol
M. Alex Johnson
The 61-year-old piloted his small open-cockpit gyro-copter from Pennsylvania, to Washington, D.C., through restricted airspace and a no-fly zone.
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29 Million U.S. Health Records Breached in Four Years
The researchers used a government database to study 949 data breaches.
Planes Are Vulnerable to Hacks, Report Says
The General Accountability Office concluded more work must be done to protect planes against hackers and other cybersecurity threats.
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Cybercriminals Had a Banner Year in 2014: Report
Cybercrime is on the rise and the criminals are finding new ways to attack us.
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Errors Cause 30 Percent of Data Breaches, Verizon Says
Email fails are common, but for companies, they can be expensive and dangerous mistakes.
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Chinese Hackers Target Southeast Asia, India: Report
Hackers, most likely from China, have been spying on governments and businesses in Southeast Asia and India uninterrupted for a decade.
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China's 'Great Cannon' Censors Foreign Websites by Force
There's a new tool in China's arsenal of Internet censorship tools: a "Great Cannon" that deluges foreign websites with traffic to take them offline.
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'Islamist' Hackers Knock TV Network Off the Air
An "Islamist group" hacked French television network TV5Monde on Wednesday night, leaving the station unable to broadcast.
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Hacking Attempts Target Critical Infrastructure: Survey
Hacking attacks that destroy rather than steal data or that manipulate equipment are far more prevalent than widely believed, according to a survey.
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The NSA Is Collecting Your Racy Pics, Snowden Says
Americans shouldn't curb their Internet use simply to avoid having intimate pictures intercepted by the NSA, Edward Snowden told HBO's John Oliver.
'Dyre Wolf' Cyber Gang Stole More Than $1 Million
The scheme is small in comparison with more recent widespread online fraud schemes but represents a new level of sophistication.
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Obama Approves Targeted Sanctions Against Cyberattackers
President Barack Obama authorized the first sanctions program directed at individuals or groups that carry out cyberattacks against U.S. interests.
Bracing for Power Grid Attack: 'One Is Too Many'
An NBC News-USA Today investigation takes a close look at the threats facing the nation's power supply that could leave millions in the dark.
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New U.N. Investigator to Probe Digital Spying
The United Nations' top human rights body has created a new post to investigate digital spying and violations of online privacy.
MAL Langsdon / Reuters
U.S. Calls for Global Consensus on Tackling Cybercrime
The U.S. called on Wednesday for an international consensus to tackle the growing threat of cyber crime in financial services and other sectors.
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'Threat-Sharing' Cyber Bill Introduced in US House
The U.S. House Intelligence Committee introduced on Tuesday its version of long-awaited legislation intended to enhance information sharing.
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More Than 1/3 of Americans Leave Phones Unlocked
It turns out that Americans are not great at protecting their privacy.
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ISIS 'Hit List' Fuels Social Media Worries
Online threats by ISIS sympathizers against U.S. service members has led the Defense Department to urge caution on social media.
Encrypted Data: Simple Idea, Complex Math
Protecting your data may require complex math, but the process is surprisingly simple.
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