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Kickstarter ‘Keyboard’ Teaches Kids Computer Science

  Launched by Digital Dream Labs, the cloudBoard Kickstarter project introduces an interactive video game accessory for the kindergarten crowd. The startup, based in Pittsburgh, consists of five members with a mission to create educational children’s games. Its first product, the cloudBoard, is a board game-video game hybrid, aimed at children aged 4-12. It teaches complex concepts via
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Mysterious “unkillable” computer virus could be new kind of cyberweapon – or is it?

  Somewhere in a Russian computer lab lurks a computer virus so deadly, so indestructible that it can spread even when machines are disconnected from Wi-Fi – or power cables. A researcher and his team have battled the infection for three years – and seen it infect Macs and PCs, and return even once machines
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FBI’s regional computer lab gets top marks

  SORRENTO VALLEY — The FBI’s Regional Computer Forensics Lab in San Diego has received international accreditation, a months-long process that attests to the quality of the work performed there. The recognition was celebrated at the FBI’s headquarters in Sorrento Valley Tuesday. The lab was the first of its kind in the U.S. when it was
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Prisons turn to computer algorithms for deciding who to parole

  Prison parole boards are turning from intuition to computer assessments as states look to cut costs at correctional facilities, reports The Wall Street Journal. At least 15 states have begun requiring some type of risk assessment tool to help parole boards judge whether or not an inmate should be released. Many take the form of software,
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Course Review: SANS FOR408 Computer Forensic Investigations – Windows In-Depth

By Jason Andress (content/category/7/44/24/) The field of forensics used to be the ugly step-child of the ethical hacking world. In fact, it wasn’t even in the InfoSec category at all for the longest time. It was a realm populated by one of two types – the lonely IT guy hired by law enforcement to handle […]

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Florida man sentenced for illegal Iranian computer sales

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  access_control_identification A Tampa, FL, man will serve four years in prison for shipping millions of dollars worth of computer equipment to Iran in violation of the U.S. embargo against that country. Homepage position:  10 read more View full post on Government Security News

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British home secretary blocks computer hacker’s extradition to U.S.

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  cyber_security Image Caption:  Gary McKinnon The man accused of one of the biggest hacks into the U.S. defense department computer networks has escaped extradition from the U.K. after that country’s home secretary blocked the move. British home secretary Theresa May said on Oct. 16 that she had withdrawn an extradition […]

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Point-of-sale hackers plead guilty to computer fraud conspiracy

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  cyber_security Image Caption:  POS terminal Two Romanian men who remotely hacked into the point-of-sale payment systems of dozens of U.S. retailers, including Subway restaurant franchises, to steal credit card information pleaded guilty to computer fraud charges on Sept. 17. The men were part of an alleged international electronic fraud ring […]

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ICE, Secret Service and IRS train computer forensic investigators

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  education_training Image Caption:  FLETC, Charleston, SC Next year will mark the 14th consecutive year for a joint computer forensics training program run by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Secret Service and the Internal Revenue Service.   The program is responsible for training ICE officers and special agents to become […]

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