JHU Information Security Institute’s Executive Director Anton Dahbura addresses the implications of ransomware thieves breaking into DC’s police department computers.
There are three things you can do with risk: accept it, manage it, or transfer it. The second session in the Johns Hopkins University’s 7th Annual Virtual Cybersecurity Conference took up the latter two, as experts described how to reduce risk and how to arrange insurance that covers it.
Vulnerable to attacks SPLICE, short for Security and Privacy in the Lifecycle of Internet of Things for Consumer Environments, is a five-year, $10 million program to develop trustworthy devices and best practices and principles. As the smart home market is expected to expand into a more than $53 billion worldwide industry by 2022, Johns Hopkins […]
The history of Zcash begins way back in 2013. The project began as a totally different network known as Zerocoin. This privacy coin was the brainchild of a couple of members of the John Hopkins University Department of Computer Science, Baltimore. Specifically, Zerocoin was developed by Matthew Green, Christina Garman, Ian Miers, and Aviel Rubin. […]