Stealing Data From Air-Gapped SystemsBGU uncovered an attack that spells danger for highly secure environments, like governments and business.
Drone With a Projector Successfully Trolls Car’s AICyber@BGU experts discover tricky ways a car’s weak artificial intelligence can be exploited.
BGU Cracks Next-Level Keyboard HackingResearchers develop malware that can mimic a user’s identity through their keystrokes.
BGU and Rafael Celebrate New R&D Center in the ATPThe collaboration allows Rafael to expand career opportunities for BGU graduates.
BGU Startup Fights CybercrimesMorphisec learns how to scramble info in a computer’s memory to make hacking harder.
Fake Cancerous Nodes Trick RadiologistsBGU-created malware lets attackers add realistic, malignant-seeming growths to healthy CT and MRI scans.
BGU’s Cyber WarriorBGU cyber scientist assumes fellowship at Stanford University to collaborate on medical device security.
Open-Sky Drone Policy Poses Cybercriminal RiskBGU examines how lawmakers and developers are attempting to control drone usage.
Israel Dedicates Two Cyber Grants for BGUIsrael’s President Rivlin made the announcement during a recent tour of the University’s cyber labs.
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