Your city is getting smarter — but maybe not safer

All over the world, cities are putting in new technology to become smart cities. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you will be more secure. We go to one of the world’s…

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Chile, the Andes and cybersecurity

How this Latin American country is trying to join the digital revolution and succeed. High on a hill in the middle of Santiago, Chile, you can see the Andes on the…

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What it’s like to actually hack the Pentagon

A hacker takes us on his journey into the digital guts of the Department of Defense. It’s three o’clock in the morning. Your eyes are red, your neck is sore. But there…

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Real life ‘robocops’—armed & hackable?

If you were organizing a riot, wouldn’t youRobot police with weapons may roam the streets of China, but cybersecurity experts say the bots could become targets for hackers. You’re watching…

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Lies & the tech support tricksters who tell them

Researchers investigate tech support schemers who lay traps for you on the web. I’m on the phone with tech support for Kaspersky Lab—at least, that’s what it says on the…

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Why isn’t your phone secure? Government starts asking questions

Two federal agencies call on phone company and wireless carriers for answers about slow security updates that leave people at risk. “Why does it take so long for my phone to…

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