How To Secure The Internet Of Battlefield Things From Cyber Attacks – The National Interest Online

The proliferation of devices on the Internet is becoming a tidal wave. In addition to your phone, computer, video game console and television, the Internet now connects practically everything that has electronics and sensors: household appliances, heating and air conditioning systems, cars, airplanes, ships, industrial robots, public utilities, home security systems, children’s toys and medical […]

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Hackers demand $2 million from Monroe College in ransomware attack – Inside Higher Ed

A cyberattack disabled many of Monroe College’s technology systems and platforms last week. Students and faculty and staff members were locked out of the college’s website, learning management system and email, with hackers demanding payment of around $2 million in Bitcoin to restore access. Marc Jerome, president of Monroe College, a for-profit institution in New York […]

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