Looking Forward to Face IDA survey by a BGU cyber security spin-off finds its respondents prefer facial recognition over passwords.
BGU Partners With Universities in Arizona and MexicoThe three universities will work together on research in fields such as cyber security, energy and water.
BGU Launches an Autonomous Underwater VehicleHydroCamel II is being introduced for commercial use in the military, security, oil, and gas sectors.
Your Phone May Be Spying on YouResearchers at BGU demonstrate how a chip hidden in your touchscreen could make you hackable.
Hacking Into Security Cameras From Parking LotsEven when not connected to the internet, surveillance cameras can give away sensitive information.
Security Cameras Can Be Hacked Using Infrared LightProfessional and home security cameras can leak sensitive information if infected with malware.
Rafael Defense to Open R&D Facility in Beer-ShevaManufacturer looks to BGU for talent and brings more engineering jobs and prestige to the area.
A New Era in High-Tech Photography DawnsBGU’s improved hyperspectral technology enables cameras to generate better images faster and cheaper.
Autonomous Vehicles for Sea, Air and LandBased on BGU research, unmanned submarines and drones that surpass existing models are unveiled by the IDF.
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