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Georgia Tech New Cyber Attribution Project
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Faster detection and cleanup of network infections are the goals behind a new $12.8M project by Georgia Tech and DARPA.

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On May 25, the FBI asked the public to check their routers because of malware called VPNFilter, created and distributed by a hacker network.

SHIELD by Georgia Tech and Intel
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A new method for JPEG compression helps protect artificial intelligence (AI) – such as self-driving cars – from malicious attacks.

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Researchers have modeled and detected a unique type of logic bug, a nefarious malware that operates without crashing and hides vulnerabilities.

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Cybersecurity students coached by IISP and VentureLab won the top prize at the Atlanta Startup Battle.

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