The IAEA Did Its Part on Iran. Now the World Must Act. | Opinion

The global nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), has released new reporting on Iran’s implementation of its agreements under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). As expected, the report is not positive for Iran. It paints a disturbing picture of Tehran stonewalling the agency on an investigation into alleged undeclared nuclear materials and activities […]

The home of the future? Incredible concept images reveal the world’s first freeform 3D-printed house that will be built in Tennessee this year

Working alongside United States Gypsum, WATG and Branch Technology have been researching a variety of gypsum material components that could be applied on the printed structure to work as fire protection, structural reinforcement and to create a substrate for the application of finished wall materials. 

WHO warns world must remain vigilant against virus

The Brussels-Capital region saw the number of confirmed infections over the past seven days passing the threshold of 50 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. As a result, the region has made face mask wearing in public legally compulsory, the Brussels Times reported on Wednesday.

Top 5 features to look out for while evaluating a vulnerability management program

By- Srinivasa JaganIn the current digital era, enterprises across the world heavily rely on information systems for day-to-day operations and for accessing business-related data. In institutions, such as banking/financial, health, and government, protecting information is critical and any security mishap could disrupt daily operations. The intention of attackers is to either deny services until a […]

City Of Philadelphia Announces PHLConnectED Program To Give Students In Low-Income Households Internet Access

“We knew that there was a significant number of students without reliable access to the internet so we were clear in saying this was an issue the district could not address alone,” Superintendent Dr. William Hite said. “The digital divide is an inequity that presents a significant barrier to our goal of helping all students […]

Gaming world set for ‘Fortnite: Battle Royale’ mobile release

10 groundbreaking video games Fifa: sporting glory Every year since its initial release in 1993, a new version of “Fifa” (named after the world governing body of football) has hit the market. Each version strives to be that little bit more realistic than the last — keeping the game at the forefront of sport simulation […]

Facebook’s Preferential Treatment Of US Conservatives Puts Its Fact-Checking Program In Danger

“Most fact-checkers have developed a very constructive relationship with Facebook, but this issue around transparency has always been a point of frustration,” he said. “It is something we have voiced to them many times both privately and publicly — we do not get nearly enough precise data on the impact of our fact-checks on the […]

FireEye’s bug bounty program goes public

Previous and related coverage HackerOne’s 2020 Top 10 public bug bounty programs Microsoft goes big in security bug bounties: Its $13.7m is double Google’s 2019 payouts Google’s bug bounty program just had a record-breaking year of payouts Have a tip? Get in touch securely via WhatsApp | Signal at +447713 025 499, or over at […]

HackerOne’s 2020 Top 10 public bug bounty programs

Despite running one of the most recent programs on HackerOne, registered merely in August 2018, Paypal has thoroughly established itself as one of the most active companies on the platform, paying out nearly $2.8 million over the past two years, and $1.62 million over the past year.

O’Brien: China Is ‘Trying to Elect Joe Biden,’ and Has ‘the Most Sophisticated Global Influence Programs’ – Russia ‘Denigrating’ Biden

O’Brien said, “Our — the free and fair elections are the foundation of our democracy. They’re what make this country a great country. And we’re not going to tolerate any outside country, whether it’s China on behalf of Joe Biden — and, by the way, I dispute — the one thing I would dispute, I […]