Updated 7:40 am CDT, Friday, May 3, 2019 Joshua Steinman, an advisor to US President Donald Trump on cyber issues, adjusts his glasses prior the start of The Prague 5G Security Conference in Prague, Czech Republic, Thursday, May 2, 2019. Joshua Steinman, an advisor to US President Donald Trump on cyber issues, adjusts his glasses prior the start of The Prague 5G Security Conference in Prague, Czech Republic, Thursday, May 2, 2019. Photo: Petr David Josek, AP Photo: Petr David Josek, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Joshua Steinman, an advisor to US President Donald Trump on cyber issues, adjusts his glasses prior the start of The Prague 5G Security Conference in Prague, Czech Republic, Thursday, May 2, 2019. Joshua Steinman, an advisor to US President Donald Trump … [Read more...] about 30 nations pitch internet security rules amid Huawei concern
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Lori Higgins Detroit Free Press Published 10:24 p.m. UTC Jun 12, 2018 Security issues related to a new, unified school bus system — which will transport students to and from 10 schools in northwest Detroit — took up a chunk of the first meeting of the new commission that is charged with operating the system. The Community Education Commission will operate the GOAL Line, which officially launched Monday. The commission is also tasked with developing a grading system for Detroit schools. The bus loop system includes six schools in the Detroit Public Schools Community District and four charter schools. The buses will also take students to and from after-school programs at the Northwest Activities Center, which is located within the loop. Keeping kids safe in the loop Commission members asked a number of questions Tuesday about security measures that will be in place, both on the bus and at the center for after-school programs. City officials had noted Monday that there … [Read more...] about Security issues key in discussion of school bus loop plan
Phoebe Wall Howard Detroit Free Press Published 2:00 p.m. UTC May 30, 2018 Top cybersecurity experts would never hang car keys on a hook near the back door or leave them sitting on a kitchen counter. The best strategy to prevent theft? Store the key fob in an old-fashioned metal coffee can. "Really, some cyber experts don't go to sleep without putting their key into a metal container," said Moshe Shlisel, a veteran of the Israeli Air Force and now CEO of GuardKnox Cyber Technologies. "It's called a Faraday Cage. You block the electromagnetic field." Copying code from vehicle key fobs is easy. Tech thieves can do it from outside your home or a motel. Then they can steal a vehicle or just gain access without owners realizing they've been violated. Cybersecurity companies, including the team at GuardKnox, are working with the Detroit Three and automakers globally to create protections that deter hackers who covet new … [Read more...] about Why you should keep your car keys in a metal coffee can
Fast-growing Columbia company Tenable Network Security has received $250 million in venture capital, a massive bet on rapid growth in its business monitoring Fortune 500 and government networks for hacking threats.It is one of the largest infusions of cash into a cybersecurity company in the country at a time when investors are eager to back such companies. As businesses scramble to protect sensitive data from high-profile hacks and breaches, the industry is expected to grow rapidly.Tenable is using the money to fund its growth and hire quickly at its Columbia Gateway headquarters and around the world. Eventually, the growth could lead to a public stock offering, CEO Ron Gula said.As investors pour money into the industry, Gula said he isn't concerned about a cybersecurity bubble."I certainly don't think the industry has solved internet security," he said. "I think this market's still very young and this is why we think there's still this massive opportunity."Tenable's software … [Read more...] about Tenable Network Security lands $250M as investors foresee cybersecurity boom
It’s been a time-tested Democratic attack line: Republicans are going to take away your Medicare, or maybe your Social Security. We gave a variant of the line our 2011 Lie of the Year.Now the talking point has re-emerged, in a March 29 tweet, from Oregon’s Ron Wyden, the top Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee:https://bloximages.newyork1.vip.townnews.com/tulsaworld.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/6/06/6064442a-161f-5565-b0e6-0e2f7b3a02cf/59d287b938c4b.image.png"#TrumpTax was only the beginning. After giving massive tax giveaways to wealthy & powerful shareholders, Republicans in Congress are plotting to take away Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security."In reality, the notion that congressional Republicans are scheming to "take away" Medicaid, Medicare or Social Security is inaccurate.🚨 #TrumpTax was only the beginning. After giving massive tax giveaways to wealthy & powerful shareholders, Republicans in Congress are plotting to take away Medicare, … [Read more...] about PolitiFact: Do Republicans in Congress want to take away Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid?