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Aug 26, 2014
Tweet Analysis Paints More Accurate Employment Picture Than The US Government Release

As reported in International business Times, U-M researchers including Prof. Michael Cafarella and graduate student Dolan Antenucci have found a quicker and more accurate measure of unemployment in America -- through analysis of Twitter data. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Big Data  Cafarella, Michael  

Aug 19, 2014
Researchers Hack Into Michigans Traffic Lights

MIT Technology Review has covered work led by Prof. J. Alex Halderman, in which he and students including Branden Ghena have demonstrated security flaws in a common system of networked traffic signals. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Halderman, J. Alex  Security (Computing)  

Aug 15, 2014
Slashdot: Can Our Computers Continue To Get Smaller and More Powerful?

Prof. Igor Markov's article in this week's issue of the journal Nature, along with the ARS Technica article that provides commentary, have been slashdptted. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Computer Architecture  Markov, Igor  

Aug 15, 2014
Are processors pushing up against the limits of physics?

ARS Technica has provided a lengthy analysis and commentary on Prof. Igor Markov's article that appeared in the journal Nature regarding the limits of computing. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Computer Architecture  Markov, Igor  

Aug 14, 2014
The Limits of Moores Law Limits

Following an interview with Prof. Igor Markov, EE Times asks: ...now that we are approaching the atomic scale, many see the handwriting on the wall: When you get down to one atom per memory cell, Moore's Law has to end -- or has it? [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Computer Architecture  Markov, Igor  

Aug 08, 2014
Court case: Voting via the Internet is a civil rights issue for disabled

The debate over whether Americans should be permitted to vote via the Internet has long pitted voting system manufacturers, who frame it to election officials as inevitable and modern, against cybersecurity experts including Prof. J. Alex Halderman, who has repeatedly demonstrated vulnerabilities in voting systems worldwide. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Digital Democracy  Halderman, J. Alex  Security (Computing)  

Aug 05, 2014
Utah is correct to both be at the front of online voting, and cautiously study security

Prof. J. Alex Halderman is watching as the state of Utah convenes a committee to study how the Beehive State might proceed with online voting. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Digital Democracy  Halderman, J. Alex  Security (Computing)  

May 29, 2014
Hack the Vote: The Perils of the Online Ballot Box

In the Wall Street Journal opinion piece, the authors quote Prof. J. Alex Halderman on electronic voting, who says "With today's security technology, no country in the world is able to provide a secure Internet voting system." More that 30 US states and territories currently allow some form of internet voting. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Digital Democracy  Halderman, J. Alex  Security (Computing)  

May 21, 2014
BBC: Is Estonia e-Voting Safe?

In this audio interview, Prof. J. Alex Halderman details some of the security risks that his research team has uncovered in the Estonian electronic voting system. Up to a quarter of the electorate will vote online. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Digital Democracy  Halderman, J. Alex  Security (Computing)  

May 19, 2014
Schools adding computer coding to curriculum

Prof. Elliot Soloway comments on the trend toward integration of coding as an important aspect of one's education. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Soloway, Elliot  Technology for Education  

May 16, 2014
The Washington Post: How Russia could easily hack its neighbors elections

Research conducted by Prof. J. Alex Halderman and his collaborators has shown a number of security flaws in Estonia's Internet voting system. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Digital Democracy  Halderman, J. Alex  Security (Computing)  

May 16, 2014
PC World: Estonian electronic voting system vulnerable to attacks, researchers say

Research conducted by Prof. J. Alex Halderman and his collaborators has shown a number of security flaws in Estonia's Internet voting system. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Digital Democracy  Halderman, J. Alex  Security (Computing)  

May 16, 2014
The Guardian: Estonian e-voting shouldnt be used in European elections, say security experts

Research conducted by Prof. J. Alex Halderman and his collaborators has shown a number of security flaws in Estonia's Internet voting system. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Digital Democracy  Halderman, J. Alex  Security (Computing)  

May 12, 2014
Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and Lately, Coding

The spread of coding instruction, while still nascent, is "unprecedented theres never been a move this fast in education," according to Prof. Elliot Soloway. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Soloway, Elliot  Technology for Education  

Apr 29, 2014
Wired: Its Crazy What Can Be Hacked Thanks to Heartbleed


Related Topics:  Security (Computing)  

Apr 17, 2014
New York Times: Study Finds No Evidence of Heartbleed Attacks Before the Bug Was Exposed

Apr 17, 2014
Heartbleed Software Snafu: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Apr 15, 2014
Heartbleed Hackers Steal Encryption Keys in Threat Test

Apr 15, 2014
Hacker From China Wastes Little Time in Exploiting Heartbleed

Apr 15, 2014
Researchers find thousands of potential targets for Heartbleed OpenSSL bug

CSE researchers have used ZMap, their Internet address scanning software, to perform comprehensive scans of the IPv4 address space and to identify servers still vulnerable to the Heartbleed exploit. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Halderman, J. Alex  Security (Computing)  

Apr 15, 2014
Michigan Daily: Internet security flaw left University sites vulnerable

Apr 10, 2014
Vox: Take these 4 steps right now to protect yourself from the Heartbleed bug

In the wake of the Heartbleed OpenSSL bug, Vox interviews Research Prof. Michael Bailey who comments on steps you can take to better protect your information on the web. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Bailey, Michael  Security (Computing)  

Apr 09, 2014
The Heritage of Mead & Conway: What Has Remained the Same, What Has Changed, What Was Missed, and What Lies Ahead

This recent Point of View article in the Proceedings of the IEEE reflects upon the impact of the vision and ideas of Prof. Emerita Lynn Conway and her collaborator Carver Mead of Caltech, and the work the two did in ushering in the VLSI revolution. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Computer Architecture  Conway, Lynn  

Apr 09, 2014
AAMI: Cyberthreats Loom with the End of Windows XP Support

In this Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation article, Prof. Kevin Fu comments on the security threats that healthcare facilities will face with the end of Windows XP support on April 8. [Full Story]


Related Topics:  Fu, Kevin  Medical Device Security  

Apr 09, 2014
Fu: FierceHealthIT - As Windows XPSecurity Updates Cease, Whats Next for Healthcare Providers?

[Full Story]


Related Topics:  Fu, Kevin  Medical Device Security  

Apr 08, 2014
Cafarella - Washington Post: Twitter is surprisingly accurate at predicting unemployment


Related Topics:  Big Data  Cafarella, Michael  

Apr 02, 2014
Cafarella: The Economist - Big Data - Separating tweet from chaff


Related Topics:  Big Data  Cafarella, Michael  

Mar 24, 2014
Olson: The Wall Street Journal - Driverless Cars Are Data Guzzlers

Feb 28, 2014
Fu: Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry - Five MedTech Influencers You Should Know

[Full Story]


Related Topics:  Fu, Kevin  Medical Device Security  

Feb 06, 2014
Halderman: The Baltimore Sun - Experts worry about election fraud threat

[Full Story]


Related Topics:  Halderman, J. Alex  

Jan 09, 2014
Halderman: Wired - Four Information Security Stories of 2013 You May Have Missed (ZMap)

Jan 09, 2014
Markov: Forbes/Quora: Are There Too Many Students Going Into Computer Science?

[Full Story]

Jan 06, 2014
Markov: Huffington Post college blog/Quora - Why Do Professors Spend Their Precious Time in Teaching MOOCs When They Are Not Getting Paid for That?

[Full Story]

Dec 12, 2013
Halderman: The Washington Post - News sites could protect your privacy with encryption. Heres why they probably wont.

[Full Story]

Dec 05, 2013
Jagadish: InformationWeek - Gates Foundation Big Data Grants Stress Open Data

[Full Story]

Dec 05, 2013
Jagadish: Chronicle of Philanthropy - 6 Projects That Make Data More Accessible...

[Full Story]

Oct 28, 2013
Fu: New York Times - Of Fact, Fiction and Defibrillators

[Full Story]

Oct 25, 2013
Halderman: Foreign Affairs - Tales From the Crypto Community

[Full Story]

Oct 14, 2013
Halderman: Interview on Tana TV (Estonia) regarding e-voting in Estonia and Latvia

[Full Story]


Related Topics:  Halderman, J. Alex  Security (Computing)  

Sep 24, 2013
Forrest: MLive - Michigans $1.33B research enterprise

[Full Story]


Related Topics:  Forrest, Stephen  

Aug 30, 2013
Wellman: CNN Money - Make $377,000 trading Apple in one day

[Full Story]

Aug 29, 2013
Halderman: Mashable - ZMap Scans the Entire Internet in Under 45 Minutes

[Full Story]

Aug 21, 2013
Halderman: The Chronicle of Higher Education - U. of Michigan Researchers Speed Up Internet Scans

[Full Story]

Aug 20, 2013
Halderman: NakedSecurity from Sophos - Welcome to Zmap, the one hour turnaround internet scanner

[Full Story]

Aug 20, 2013
Halderman: TechWeek Europe - Zmaps Fast Internet Scan Tool Could Spread Zero Days In Minutes

[Full Story]

Aug 20, 2013
Halderman: The Verge - Take a snapshot of the entire internet in just 44 minutes with ZMap scanner

[Full Story]

Aug 20, 2013
Halderman: Motherboard - Now You Can Scan the Entire Internet in Under an Hour

[Full Story]

Aug 20, 2013
Halderman: Threatpost - Scanning the Internet in 45 Minutes

[Full Story]

Aug 19, 2013
Halderman: The Register - New tool lets single server map entire internet in 45 minutes

[Full Story]

Aug 19, 2013
Halderman: The Washington Post: Heres what you find when you scan the entire Internet in an hour

[Full Story]

 



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