Category: Homeland Security News

CybersecurityCyber Vulnerabilities Affecting Bluetooth-Based Medical Devices Published 26 September 2020 Internet-of-Things (IoT) such as smart home locks and medical devices, depend largely on Bluetooth low energy (BLE) technology to function and connect across other devices with reduced energy consumption. The Greyhound framework, named after the breed of dogs known for their hunting abilities, was designed

InfrastructureMarine Sponges Inspire Next Generation Skyscrapers, Bridges Published 26 September 2020 When we think about sponges, we tend to think of something soft and squishy. But researchers are using the glassy skeletons of marine sponges as inspiration for the next generation of stronger and taller buildings, longer bridges, and lighter spacecraft. When we think about sponges,

CybersecurityCyber Vulnerabilities Affecting Bluetooth-Based Medical Devices Published 26 September 2020 Internet-of-Things (IoT) such as smart home locks and medical devices, depend largely on Bluetooth low energy (BLE) technology to function and connect across other devices with reduced energy consumption. The Greyhound framework, named after the breed of dogs known for their hunting abilities, was designed

ResilienceNetwork Resilience is Key to Surviving Compound Hazard Events Published 26 September 2020 As weather extremes such as Superstorm Sandy, which swamped New York City’s subway system in 2012, increase in frequency and intensity and as cybercriminals ramp up attacks on technologies that tie together urban infrastructure systems, networks critical to the flow of data,