Computer Security: Thank you, folks!
“Thank you, folks!” to all of you for helping us keep the Organization secure
The on-site CERN openlab summer-student lecture programme is back
Tune into CERN openlab’s online computing lectures
Cutting-edge computing technologies to be highlighted in CERN openlab summer-student lectures – follow the talks online
Planning for upcoming email migration
Computer Security: Dear summer students, welcome!
In order to make your digital life as comfortable as possible, there are a few things you need to know
Take part in climate action through CERN’s online Webfest challenge 2022
The Webfest – CERN’s annual hackathon based on open web technologies – will celebrate its tenth anniversary this year.
Harnessing a supercomputer for ATLAS
The Vega supercomputer in Slovenia is the most recent HPC centre to process ATLAS experimental data
Computer Security: Permanent chess
Providing computer security for an organisation, company or university resembles playing a permanent game of chess
Computer Security: Wrong link, wrong login, and BOOM
Clicking on a malicious link or attachment, or disclosing your password in reply to a malignant email or on a fake and nasty CERN Single Sign-On page, are two major attack vectors for the evil side to infiltrate CERN
Computer Security: Catch me if you can
The Zebra Scientific Alliance has been compromised; hit hard by an attacker. Zebra’s IT experts and computer emergency response teams are on the prowl, trying to get to the bottom of the malicious deeds