Protecting Driver Privacy in the Connected AgeBGU research has shown a driver's private information can be compromised when stored by insurance companies.
Using Machine Learning to Combat PhishingA new fast method to identify phishing was developed at the IBM Cyber Security Center at BGU.
Scanners Can Be Hijacked to Perpetrate CyberattacksNew BGU research shows a company's network can be infiltrated through an office scanner by manipulating light.
Promoting Emergency Preparedness in the RegionBGU is teaming up with Jordanians and Palestinians to deal with the aftermath of an earthquake.
Cyber Security in an Age of UncertaintyAABGU and American University hosts a conference exploring the nations' digital security collaborations.
Hackers Can See What YouTube Videos You WatchDespite YouTube’s attempts to safeguard user anonymity, a BGU researcher discovered a flaw in their methods.
Total Protection for Online Pictures and VideosCyberattacks on pictures and videos pose a great threat, but one BGU researcher is changing that.
A 911 Wake-Up CallA month after a report by BGU experts on the system’s vulnerability, several 911 centers were crippled.
A Computer’s Blinking Light Could Transmit DataBGU researchers created malware that turns a hard drive LED into Morse code-like signals for hackers.
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