How Your Broken Phone Screen Can Help HackersA BGU research team demonstrated how replacement components on Androids can invade users’ privacy.
The Great Tech PanicWIRED asks a BGU cyber security expert about being spied on through our microphone-equipped devices.
World’s Largest Cyber Security Games Coming to BGUThe games give students a chance to flex their cyber skills while meeting top recruiters in the field.
Think Twice Before Buying Replacement Phone PartsBGU researchers found that third-party replacement parts, like touchscreens, can hide dangerous malware.
BGU Hosts Top U.S. Homeland Security RepresentativesThey explored CyberSpark, Beer-Sheva's unique cyber security ecosystem with BGU at its core.
New BGU-Developed Firewall Protects CellphonesIt addresses a security vulnerability in replacement phone components, which can hide malicious code.
Any Network Router Can Covertly Leak DataBGU researchers have demonstrated that router LEDs can be manipulated to send information to an attacker.
Inside Israel’s Cyber Security CapitalCNN highlights BGU’s role as both incubator and accelerator in Beer-Sheva’s cyber security ecosystem.
The IoT: The New Frontier of Cyber Conflict Video LectureWatch Prof. Yuval Elovici's keynote at American University's cyber conference, co-hosted by AABGU.
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