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  • Baltimore startup Maddrix lands on list of NSA cybersecurity experts

    Baltimore startup Maddrix lands on list of NSA cybersecurity experts
    When federal databases containing sensitive information on U.S. intelligence or nuclear weapons come under cyberattack, the agencies call on major companies like Lockheed Martin, Verizon and Booz Allen Hamilton — as well as a two-year-old startup in...
  • 5-year-old finds Xbox security flaw

    5-year-old finds Xbox security flaw
    A 5-year-old in San Diego might have a future working in Internet security.  ABC News reports that 5-year-old Kristoffer Von Hassel managed to hack into his father's Xbox Live account, bypassing the login screen by simply hitting the space bar a few...
  • Generation gap in Republican primary to challenge Frankel

    Three political newcomers far apart in age and priorities are competing in the Republican primary for the nomination to challenge freshman Democratic Congresswoman Lois Frankel. The Republican contenders are 67-year-old Paul Spain, who touts his business...
  • PF Chang's investigating possible credit card breach

    PF Chang's investigating possible credit card breach
    PF Chang's is investigating claims of a data breach involving credit and debit card data stolen from restaurant locations in the United States, the restaurant chain said on Tuesday. A number of newly stolen credit and debit cards appeared on an...
  • 'The Signal' is a mind-blowing experience

    There's bravura manipulativeness to "The Signal," the stylish, slyly funny question mark of a movie from director and co-writer William Eubank. At first it's a melancholy road trip in which college kids Nic (Brenton Thwaites), Haley (Olivia Cooke) and...
  • SafeNet appoints Prakash Panjwani as its new CEO

    SafeNet appoints Prakash Panjwani as its new CEO
    SafeNet, an data encryption company based in Harford County, announced Thursday the appointment of Prakash Panjwani as president and CEO. The 12-year SafeNet veteran most recently served as vice president and general manager of the company's data...
  • Hacker-turned-informant Sabu is a free man after N.Y. sentencing

    Hacker-turned-informant Sabu is a free man after N.Y. sentencing
    A judge Tuesday granted freedom to a computer hacker who helped Anonymous and other groups attack credit card companies, governments from Algeria to Zimbabwe, and media outlets -- including the Tribune Corp. -- but who turned government informant after...
  • Before being freed, hacker Sabu was 'extraordinary' FBI informant

    Before being freed, hacker Sabu was 'extraordinary' FBI informant
    The news was astonishing: Rapper Tupac Shakur was alive and well in New Zealand. But the 2011 report was a hoax, and on Tuesday, one of the hackers behind it, Hector Xavier Monsegur, appeared in court to be sentenced for cyberattacks that stole credit...
  • Audiobook roundup: 'Dept. of Speculation,' 'The Word Exchange,' 'The Snow Queen'

    Audiobook roundup: 'Dept. of Speculation,' 'The Word Exchange,' 'The Snow Queen'
    Here are three new audiobook offerings to check out. Dept. of Speculation by Jenny Offill, read by the author, Dreamscape, 3:10, $29.99-$59.99 The young woman lives in Paris and wants to live for art. She moves home to New York, falls in love, has a...
  • Grad student has already made a mark in consumer privacy, U.S. spying

    Grad student has already made a mark in consumer privacy, U.S. spying
    The gig: Jonathan Mayer is not a typical Stanford University graduate student. Already, at age 27, Mayer is an expert on consumer privacy and government surveillance. His research has been cited by a presidential task force on National Security Agency...
  • Google Moves To Comply With EU's 'Right To Be Forgotten' Ruling

    Google has taken the first steps to meet a European ruling that citizens can have objectionable links removed from Internet search results, a ruling that pleased privacy campaigners but raised fears that the right can be abused to hide negative...