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Take part in an interactive cyber bank heist

Exclusive access to a criminal masterplan

Put on your balaclava and gloves, and tell your partner you'll be busy for an hour. You're about to step inside history's biggest cyber bank heist.

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Why is ransomware now life threatening?

COVID-19 wasn't the only deadly disease of 2020

When a patient died after a ransomware attack meant she had to be diverted from her nearest center for care, the cybersecurity world paid close attention. Why is this event being described as a warning for the future of cyber defense? Watch Ransomware: An Escalating Threat to find out.

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Is the Olympics hacker heaven? Tech highs and lows

Our video picks: Olympic Games – tech success or failure?

As the Olympic torch begins its journey to Tokyo 2021's opening ceremony, we ask, is the Olympic Games a chance for technology to shine or a data breach waiting to happen?

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The email worm of mass destruction

We Like: NationSquids' demo of the 'I Love You Virus'

Check out SecureList for a lot more information about malware and cybersecurity.

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Cyborgs: Would you trust this implant?

Live Q&A on human augmentation's future

Cyborg, cyborg, where art thou? Right here. I'm joined by Kaspersky's Marco Preuß to discuss the future of human augmentation with two people living augmented lives.

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Celebrate the women who shaped tech history

Comet showers, codebreakers and Madame X

Did you know Florence Nightingale created a technique to fight infections in hospitals two hundred years ago? Or that, after the US Civil War ended in 1865, the government hired war widows as 'human computers'? From calculating comet showers to cracking Japanese naval codes and more, here are the historic women that shaped today's tech. You might be surprised.

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Want a career in cyber? Meet the women owning it

These are cybersecurity's trailblazing women to follow

This International Women's Day, we celebrate the makers, creators and doers working to close tech's gender gap. Sure, the industry has a long way to go, but these women's success shows we're making progress. Essential reading if you're looking at a career in the industry.

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This neural network predicts the future

This billboard answers your questions about what's coming next

In a remote New Zealand landscape, you'll find a billboard with impressive tech: Powered by a neural network, it answers your questions about the future.

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This Cosmonautics Day, watch how hackers improve satellite systems

These students are hacking satellites - and the US Air Force approves

Hackers hijacked a US Air Force satellite with just $300 worth of TV equipment to show just how easy it is.

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How to defend privacy in digital space?

Kira Rakova and her team help you regain control of your personal data.

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Into the hackers’ trap: Where Olympic Destroyer really came from

The final instalment of our series hacker:HUNTER Olympic Destroyer examines how Pyeongchang winter Olympics hackers put smokescreen to misdirect cybersecurity analysts. But through the fog, analysts realized the culprit wasn't who you might expect.

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False flags and confusion bombs: Inside the 2018 Olympics malware

Security researchers described the code used to attack the 2018 Pyeongchang winter Olympics as 'Frankenstein-like.' In part two of our video series, hacker:HUNTER Olympic Destroyer, they explain how the malware was designed to point in multiple directions.

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