Johns Hopkins scientists find drones vulnerable to attack

Five graduate students and their professor discovered three different ways to send rogue commands from a laptop computer to interfere with an airborne hobby drone's normal operation and land it or send it plummeting.

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Myspace confirms user login data made available in online hacker forum

"The data about people is very valuable. Hackers like to collect a lot of it," Johns Hopkins Professor Computer Science Professor Avi Rubin said.

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JHUISI's Jessica Vallejo discusses women in cybersecurity

The CyberWire sat down with JHUISI's Jessica Vallejo to discuss her experiences as woman in a male dominated field and her advice to women considering a career in cybersecurity.

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JHUISI’s Avi Rubin talks about the risks of hacking a healthcare system, The Washington Journal, C-SPAN

Professor Avi Rubin talked about a breach of records systems at several U.S. health care companies.

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Creating optimal schedules a tricky task

In 2016, the New York-Penn, South Atlantic and Southern leagues are utilizing computer-generated schedules created by students and faculty in the applied math and statistics department of Johns Hopkins University's Whiting School of Engineering.

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The Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute (JHUISI) and COMPASS Cyber Security are hosting the 3rd Annual Senior Executive Cyber Security Conference this fall. Cyber Security is a topic of increasing interest and importance for[...]

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