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DARPA all-machine hacking tournament shows bots can find, fix cyberflaws

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Aug 11, 2016

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's Cyber Grand Challenge showcased bots from teams that showcased their ability to find and fix software vulnerabilities. The winning program, dubbed "Mayhem," secured $2 million and strong interest for Team ForAllSecure, made up of eight representatives of Carnegie Mellon University. NewsFactor Network (08/05)


US to transfer internet governance to nonprofit group on Oct. 1

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Aug 18, 2016

White House develops ranking system for cyberattacks

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Jul 28, 2016

China launches first quantum-communications satellite

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Aug 18, 2016

Blaming Russia for US cyberattack tricky, officials say

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Aug 04, 2016

Wheeler pushes telecoms to prevent "robocalls"

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Jul 28, 2016

Majority of groups say workers lack cybersecurity skills

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Aug 04, 2016

3 tech vendors subpoenaed by GOP over Clinton email server

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2016

Study: Hackers targeting upcoming US election

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Aug 18, 2016

Obama administration scrambles to complete drone rules

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Aug 11, 2016


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