Cyber security breaches, Tucson expert has the answer

TUCSON (KGUN9-TV)-- It seem likes we can't avoid it, hackers getting a hold of our personal information. In fact, recently a Russian group hacked 1.2 billion user names and passwords.
Not to mention, major companies like JP Morgan Chase issuing warnings to 76 million households.

But there is some groundbreaking work being done in a lab at the University of Arizona College of Engineering. Professor Salim Hariri has been working on software for 10 years. It would allow computer systems to manage themselves, it's called Cyber DNA.

"Our software recognizes you have the user name and password.. And that's fine..Then when you start typing , the system recognizes that you type different than a legitimate user for that computer and logs you off," said Hariri. Read More

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