According to TFC's organizers, a total bonus of $1 million has been put up "to deliver a feast of cyber security technologies." And the leading hackers from the world's leading hacker nation have not disappointed.
The news seems to be replete with stories of people undertaking protests these days. Usually, the protesters aim to disrupt an everyday activity, while in other cases the protesters will target a specific event or occasion they hope to disturb. Their goal is to get attention for their protest.
BlackBerry has not pulled any punches in publishing a heavyweight report into the “prolific and pervasive” government spyware it says is being spread far and wide by the official Android and iOS app stores.
Remember the poor goat tied to the fence in Jurassic Park—bait to lure T-Rex into the open? Well think of cyber honeypots as something similar. Monitored machines, mimicking connected smart devices, placed on networks to tempt attacks.
Next spring, the Army will deploy 20,000 US-based soldiers to Europe to operate alongside 17,000 allied troops in the massive Defender-Europe 20 exercise. It will be the US Army’s largest troop movement in 25 years.