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From ACM NewsSandrine Ceurstemont Commissioned by CACM Staff| June 1, 2023
An edited collection of advanced computing news from Communications of the ACM, ACM TechNews, other ACM resources, and news sites around the Web.
This year has forced organizations to adapt quickly to enabling employees to work from home. That's creating 'chaos with no control' - which cyber criminals are...ZDNet From ACM News | October 27, 2020
Positive Technologies' Sergey Puzankov said that outstanding issues in the Signaling System 7 protocol continue to plague the telecommunications industry as it...ZDNet From ACM TechNews | October 8, 2020
An advisory from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) warns of attacks against U.S. federal networks by hacker groups associated with China's...ZDNet From ACM TechNews | September 22, 2020
A study found just 82 of 629 commercial cybersecurity reports published in the last decade discuss threats to civil society, with the rest devoted to cybercrime...ZDNet From ACM TechNews | September 17, 2020
Microsoft has awarded $13.7 million to security researchers since July 2019 for reporting bugs in its software, which is triple the $4.4 million from the same period...ZDNet From ACM TechNews | August 20, 2020
Chinese security researchers from Tencent's Xuanwu Lab said they can corrupt the firmware of fast chargers to cause damage to the items they charge.
The BadPower...ZDNet From ACM TechNews | July 27, 2020
Consumer rights groups say the agency operating the subway system in São Paulo, Brazil, has not shown that a new facial recognition technology platform protects...ZDNet From ACM TechNews | July 7, 2020
Covid-19 contact tracing wearables are being issued to Singapore's "most vulnerable seniors," who are not digitally connected and at higher risk of catching the...ZDNet From ACM TechNews | July 6, 2020
Researchers discovered a new variant of a powerful cryptojacking and DDoS-based malware, called Lucifer, which infects Windows machines by exploiting their vulnerabilities...ZDNet From ACM TechNews | July 1, 2020