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Random number "masterpiece" may be a cybersecurity solution

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 18, 2016

Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin have developed a method for coming up with random number sequences that could greatly increase cybersecurity around data sets by using less effort than existing methods. Yael Kalai, a senior researcher working in cryptography at Microsoft Research New England, called the method a "masterpiece." University of Texas at Austin (05/16)


SEC warns of cybersecurity threat to global economy

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 19, 2016

SWIFT heist prompts cybersecurity changes in UK, Hong Kong

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 20, 2016

Banks want SWIFT to shore up security

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 18, 2016

How confident are you that the global financial system could defend against a cyberattack?

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 18, 2016

How to avoid getting hooked by a spear phishing attempt

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 23, 2016

LinkedIn tells users to update passwords

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 23, 2016

Cybercriminal trying to sell login data stolen from LinkedIn

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 19, 2016

Failed Vietnamese cyberheist would have sent funds to Slovenia

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 18, 2016

Expert: Vietnamese bank likely a test run for SWIFT hack

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | May 17, 2016


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