Smart Sprinklers Aren’t Safe From Cyber AttacksBGU found ways to hack smart irrigation systems that could theoretically drain a city’s water reserves.
David and Janet Polak Family Malware LabThe Lab, part of Cyber@BGU, works on developing AI-based solutions for real-time cyber security threats.
Spies in the SkyBGU researchers develop a countersurveillance drone system that captures video.
More Effective E-mail Malware DetectionBGU-developed software detects malicious e-mails more effectively than the top 60 top antivirus engines.
New Robot Crawls, Climbs and Sneaks Into CranniesThe RSTAR is able to move its sprawling legs and body separately in order to climb over and through obstacles.
BGU Speaker at Texas-Israel Cyber Security ConferenceProf. Dan Blumberg will discuss how BGU cyber experts can work with Texas institutions to improve security.
Hackers Steal Bitcoin From Air-Gapped WalletsBeware of smartphones and cameras around wallets storing your digital coin.
New Algorithm Locates Fake Users on Social NetworksIt is based on the assumption that fake accounts establish improbable links to other users.
Attackers Can Steal Data Via Power LinesThey can exfiltrate data at a rate of 1,000 bits per second from lines supplying electricity to the computer.
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