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RICHLAND, Wash.–Scientists have created a cybersecurity technology called Shadow Figment that is designed to lure hackers into an artificial world, then stop them from doing damage by feeding them illusory tidbits of success. The aim is to sequester bad actors by captivating them with an attractive–but imaginary–world. The technology is aimed at protecting physical targets–infrastructure …

You’d be forgiven if you haven’t heard of radio-frequency identification (RFID), a technology that in the mid-2000s elicited worldwide boycotts from consumer and privacy groups, got tied up in a far-right conspiracy about ObamaCare, and was even feared to be the sign of the Antichrist by some evangelical Christians. Found in everything from cars moving through electronic tolls …

Stoltenberg begins meeting with a nod to tensions Jens Stoltenberg, NATO’s secretary general, spoke before the meetings on Wednesday, acknowledging the external and internal pressures facing the alliance but insisting that it was agile and strong enough to deal with them. Speaking outside the Grove Hotel in Watford, England, Mr. Stoltenberg laid out an ambitious …

Despite the idyllic surroundings, a sense of urgency permeated the Tatra Summit over the weekend, creating an atmosphere that spurred discussions on the challenges of disruptive technologies and the future of the industry in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).  It was no coincidence that the gathering took place in Slovakia, dubbed the most vulnerable country …

Despite the idyllic surroundings, a sense of urgency permeated the Tatra Summit over the weekend, creating an atmosphere that spurred discussions on the challenges of disruptive technologies and the future of the industry in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).  It was no coincidence that the gathering took place in Slovakia, dubbed the most vulnerable country …

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson heads into this weekend’s Group of 7 summit with a particular distinction: Of all the leaders taking part, none has been the recipient of such lavish praise from President Trump. The U.S. president has called him a “good man,” a leader who can get things done, and — perhaps Trump’s …

Sources told CNN that the President has been angry for days about the internal polls leaked to the media last week that showed him losing to Democrats, including Joe Biden, in states like Michigan and Wisconsin. Trump’s campaign has publicly pushed back against data that it says is weeks old and doesn’t reflect the current …