Swann home security camera sends video to wrong user

The BBC is reporting that a leading security camera maker has sent footage from inside a family’s home to the wrong person’s app. Swann Security has blamed a factory error for the data breach – which was brought to its attention by the BBC – and said it was a “one-off” incident. However, last month another customer reported a similar problem saying his version of the same app had received footage from a pub’s CCTV system.

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University of Electro-Communications eBulletin: Controlling photons with a photon

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Caption: Extracted vasculature of the mouse brain surface by using a cross-correlation analysis of time-intensity changes in fluorescent signals. B. Typical results for measured time-intensity changes of pixel intensity averaged over artery (red), vein (blue) and tissue (green) areas. C. A map of transit-time of fluorescent dyes on each pixel. D. Calculated blood flow velocity map.

Source: University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo

Subject: University of Electro-Communications eBulletin: Controlling photons with a photon

(Tokyo, 28 June 2018) University of Electro-Communications (UEC), Tokyo publishes the June 2018 issue of the UEC e-Bulletin that includes short videos of UEC researchers describing their activities in areas including photonics, solar cells, cerebral microcirculation in the brain, and distributing digital information to mobile vehicles.

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Hacking container ships to access the serial ports and networks

Ethical hacking firm, Pen Test Partners, published a blog earlier this week detailing how simple it is to hack container ships to access the serial ports and networks. The blog discusses three different ways to intercept and modify serial data on ship networks – the serial data that controls steering, engine control and much more.

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Bank of England’s Systemic Risk Survey shows risk of cyber attack increasing for third time running

62 percent of respondents cite cyber risks, as firms ramp up efforts in new approach to security

London, 27 June 18 – The proportion of firms citing cyber attack as a key risk has increased for the third consecutive time in the Bank of England’s Systemic Risk Survey, released today. The survey highlights perceived risks to the UK financial system. Although overall confidence in the UK’s system has increased, the number of firms who perceive cyber attack as a risk has increased to 62 percent.[1]

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Family Fun Depot Open Weekend – London Transport Museum’s Depot, Acton – 7 and 8 July 2018

7 and 8 July 2018

 Kick off the summer at the Museum’s first ever summer Depot Open Weekend for young visitors and their families. Rarely open to the public, this July the Depot will throw open its doors, giving visitors the opportunity to see where the majority of the Museum’s vast collection is housed.

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