Emerging Technologies

Read: Denver International Airport Forms Working Group to Prevent Drone Operation Near Airports

Denver International Airport Forms Working Group to Prevent Drone Operation Near Airports

Seven unauthorized drones have flown at altitudes of 3,660 feet in the past three months.

Read: FAA Official Fears There Could Be ‘A Million Drones Under People’s Christmas Trees’ This Year

FAA Official Fears There Could Be ‘A Million Drones Under People’s Christmas Trees’ This Year

FAA to educate Walmart sales staff on how to inform customers that inquire about purchasing a drone.

Read: Army Families’ Private Information Compromised After GSA Security Breaches

Army Families’ Private Information Compromised After GSA Security Breaches

Medical histories, social security numbers, home addresses and child daycare information of at least 82 families were viewed by unauthorized people. As many as 8,000 families’ personal information might also have been compromised.

Read: OPM Fingerprint Hack 5 Times Worse Than Previously Thought

OPM Fingerprint Hack 5 Times Worse Than Previously Thought

Government officials now say 5.6 million people’s fingerprints were stolen; initial estimates over the summer were 1.1 million.

Read: NFL Wins FAA Approval to Use Drones, Just Not on Game Days

NFL Wins FAA Approval to Use Drones, Just Not on Game Days

The NFL becomes first major sports league granted permission to fly drones; rules prohibit filming over stadiums packed with fans.

Read: United States, China Conclude Cybersecurity Talks; Discussions Were ‘Frank and Open’

United States, China Conclude Cybersecurity Talks; Discussions Were ‘Frank and Open’

Chinese president Xi Jinping to visit U.S. later in September.

Read: PSA Security Network Offers Cybersecurity Tips for Integrators

PSA Security Network Offers Cybersecurity Tips for Integrators

The checklist and an accompanying video are designed to assist systems integrators and other stakeholders who are navigating cybersecurity policy.

Read: Supercomputer Could Crack All Types of Data Encryption

Supercomputer Could Crack All Types of Data Encryption

Computer-security specialists say crucial encryption methods for safeguarding the Internet will be rendered obsolete with the arrival of the quantum computer.

Read: Security Researchers: Baby Monitors Prone to Hacking

Security Researchers: Baby Monitors Prone to Hacking

Security firm Rapid7 has discovered common security flaws with nine Internet-connected baby video monitors.

Read: University of Arkansas: Drones Banned for Security Reasons

University of Arkansas: Drones Banned for Security Reasons

The university’s new policy is an attempt to protect student privacy, according to officials.

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