Computer Security

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Computer Science; Computer Security

Big Data at UPS – Interview with Jack Levis

In August, Prof Zicari had the pleasure of interviewing Jack Levis, Senior Director, Industrial Engineering at UPS. Jack... Read more

Computer Science; Computer Security

Internet of Things: Safety, Security and Privacy. Interview with Vint G. Cerf

Recently, Prof Zicari had the pleasure of interviewing Vinton G. Cerf, widely known as one of the “Fathers... Read more

Computer Security

Inside the Fight Against Malware Attacks

When malicious software attacks, computer scientists and security researchers want to know how the attackers got into what... Read more

Computer Security

What Are Software Vulnerabilities, and Why Are There So Many of Them?

The recent WannaCry ransomware attack spread like wildfire, taking advantage of flaws in the Windows operating system to... Read more

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The Long History, and Short Future, of the Password

In Western history, the concept of the password can be traced as far back as the so-called “shibboleth... Read more

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Could A Doodle Replace Your Password?

Nearly 80 percent of Americans own a smartphone, and a growing proportion of them use smartphones for internet access,... Read more

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Why Emojis – 👫🍣💍🎭 – Might Be Your Next Password

Would you rather unlock your smartphone with a plain four-digit PIN or with a smiley-face emoji? Would it... Read more

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Why We Choose Terrible Passwords, and How to Fix Them

The first Thursday in May is World Password Day, but don’t buy a cake or send cards. Computer... Read more

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