A University's internet was held hostage with the use of hacked vending machines, and government workers could be replaced with robots in the future. With concerns with both online and job security, how do we stay protected? And, with Microsoft wanting to have a Geneva Convention for cyberwar, this could be interesting.
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As wireless devices flourish, network security pros break into cold sweats
Someone Used Hacked Vending Machines To Hold A University’s Internet Hostage
Microsoft's president wants a Geneva Convention for cyberwar
Verizon Rolling Out Unlimited Data Plan As FCC Leadership Changes
Most Government Workers Could Be Replaced By Robots, New Study Finds
Engineers on Google's self-driving car project were paid so much that they quit
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