The New Issue of the Serene-risc Digest is available!
Why would someone sell drugs on the darknet? Where do over 65s get their cybersecurity information? Can we know what the Tor network is actually used for? Find out more about the latest research in cybersecurity and cybercrime in this new issue of the Digest.
The Serene-risc Digest provides answers to questions provided by the latest research. These answers are expanded in briefs that can be understood in 2 minutes. A ‘1-pager’ summary for each article follows to provide greater detail on the research and its outcomes. Each of these pages finishes with a concise takeaway message.
Topics of this issue :
1. Where do over 65s get their cybersecurity information?
2. Why would someone sell drugs on the darknet?
3. Can we know what the Tor network is actually used for?
4. Are drones susceptible to stealthy supply chain attacks?
5. How is the advertising and tracking services ecosystem of smart TVs organized?
6. What contributes to some people being scammed more online?
7. What does it mean to be in a constant cyber war?
8. How effective are cloud services in spotting and blocking IP spoofing?
9. Could a police ‘raid’ stop denial of service attacks from being sold online?
10. What do we really know about why employees comply with security policy?
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