Police Officers Raise Concerns About ‘Biased’ AI Data – Comments

Police skimming the surface of cybercrime

Police officers have raised concerns about using “biased” artificial-intelligence tools, a report commissioned by one of the UK government’s advisory bodies reveals. The study warns such software may “amplify” prejudices, meaning some groups could become more likely to be stopped in the street and searched.

125 New Flaws Found In Routers And NAS Devices From Popular Brands


In its latest study titled “SOHOpelessly Broken 2.0,” Independent Security Evaluators (ISE) discovered a total of 125 different security vulnerabilities across 13 small office/home office (SOHO) routers and Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices, likely affecting millions, The Hacker News reported.

15,000 Webcams Exposed Online; Major Manufacturers

Security researcher has discovered that 15,000 private webcams around the globe are exposed and accessible by anyone with an internet connection. They appear to have been installed by both home users and businesses in multiple countries across Europe, the Americas and Asia. They include devices from major manufacturers, including: AXIS net cameras; Cisco Linksys webcam; IP […]

How To Block DDoS Attacks Using Automation

DDoS attacks can be catastrophic, but the right knowledge and tactics can drastically improve your chances of successfully mitigating attacks. In this article, we’ll explore the five ways, listed below, that automation can significantly improve response times during a DDoS attack, while assessing the means to block such attacks.  Response time is critical for every […]