Cyber Security Month

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With technology growing at unimaginable rates, security to keep parts of our lives and businesses private must grow in step! In a world where anything can be created, anything can be hacked, as well. Staying a heartbeat ahead can save billions of dollars and grief! Technion Cyber Security news has been positive and encouraging; the institute is definitely pulling its weight in progress!

In June, Cortana caused a bit of a scare after Technion students discovered a hole in its security.Read all about these remarkable Technion Students.

Realizing the prevalence and necessity of Cybersecurity, supported by the Japanese entrepreneur Dr. Hiroshi Fujiwara and the Israel National Cyber Bureau in the Prime Minister’s Office, the Technion Hiroshi Fujiwara Cyber Security Research Center was inaugurated in April 2016 and aims to become a top leading cyber security research facility that will contribute greatly to the field. Read about some of the research highlights.

Internet of Things security is a rising trend and Argus is working together with Continental to keep you safe while entrusting AI. Read about Argus Cyber Security, the global leader in automotive cyber security whose CTO and co-founder is Technion graduate, Yaron Galula.

Just like the universe’s expansion, technology shows no indication of slowing down, all we can do is adapt and keep up.

Privacy is more and more of a luxury with every passing day. Your cyber footprint’s security warrants a hefty price tag and Technion’s alumni and faculty are working to guarantee that safety!