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BTN LiveBIG: Nebraska research institute focuses on tomorrow’s security threats today

The recent hacking of U.S. Central Command’s Twitter (@CENTCOM) and YouTube accounts demonstrated that cyberterrorism is a very real threat. Fortunately, it’s a very well-researched one, too, thanks in part to the work done by the… 362 more words

This Weekend, See 'Sniper,' Skip 'Blackhat'

My fellow moviegoers, is there anything more depressing than the fourth weekend in January when Hollywood inflicts its questionable choices upon us in a three-day period we’ll spend the rest of the year trying to forget? 926 more words

The Sony Hacking: CyberTERRORISM!

Background: Sony Pictures signed a deal to distribute a motion picture called “The Interview“. The movie was about two pop-journalists (Seth Rogen and James Franco) who score an interview with Kim Jung-Un and plan to assassinate him at the CIA’s request. 1,083 more words

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ISIS "Cyber Caliphate" Hacks U.S. Military Command Accounts

The Cyber Caliphate, a hacker group claiming association with terrorist group ISIS, today seized control of the @CENTCOM Twitter and YouTube accounts that represents U.S. central military command… 731 more words


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The U.S. Army Central Command’s Twitter and YouTube feeds were hacked today, possibly by ISIS or someone sympathetic to ISIS (although the possibility that the hacker is just maximizing the LULZ cannot be ruled out): 226 more words

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Sony Pictures: No Production Days Lost To Hack

LOS ANGELES (AP) — More than six weeks after hackers attacked Sony Pictures Entertainment, its computer network is still down but the studio has not lost a single day of production on any of its films or television shows, CEO… 603 more words

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Why the age of the "hacker hero" is over

Does anyone remember when Anonymous was using every tool at their disposal to attack the Church of Scientology? Does anyone remember when WikiLeaks published sensitive diplomatic secrets? 517 more words