Brainjacking – a new cyber-security threat

We live in an interconnected age where wirelessly controlled computing devices make almost every aspect of our lives easier, but they also make us vulnerable to cyber-security attacks. Today, nearly everything can be hacked, from cars to lightbulbs. But perhaps the most concerning threat is the one posed by implanted medical devices. Experts have demonstrated the ease with which security…

Chinese cyber spies may be watching you, experts warn

About a year ago, China and the United States formally agreed not to conduct or knowingly support the cyber theft of each other’s intellectual property. So, how is that agreement working out? Not great, said Adm. Mike Rogers, head of US Cyber Command. “Cyber operations from China are still targeting and exploiting US government, defense…