Try something a bit out of the ordinary with us on 7 April. Spend a Saturday with Hackaday in Dublin without really knowing what to expect. This is the Unconference format, and we’ve fallen in love with the spontaneity and consistently fascinating talks that come out of it.
German industrial giant Siemens has released security patches for several of its SIMATIC products, including some controllers and a mobile application.
In the latest report slamming preparations for the UK’s departure from the European Union next year, and the subsequent transition period, Britain’s Commons Home Affairs Committee has said it has “serious concerns” about the future of data flows.
Offensive security is a technical problem, but defensive security is a political problem. Nowhere is this maxim clearer than the realm of journalist security.
Just ahead of British Science Week and International Women’s Day, nearly 200 school girls at Arts Media School Islington in London spent an afternoon meeting women STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) professionals and then watched ‘Hidden Figures’, the film about women of colour working at NASA.
We are reaping the proverbial whirlwind of our long years of relentless technological advancement.
Secure messaging service Telegram says it will appeal a Russian Supreme Court order to hand over encryption keys to the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation – the FSB.
Interesting paper “A first look at browser-based cryptojacking“:
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It was just one scout and one opinion, but then it was another scout, sharing the same sentiment.