Displaying articles for: 03-04-2012 - 03-10-2012
NYC goes dark: Secret demo for senators simulated attack on power grid
Relevant new had an article on this yesterday, but I thought it was so interesting I included another one today
Lieberman: Cyber security bill without enforceable standards doesn’t get the job done
Lieberman has a very valid point about enforcement of security regulations; do you think the government can actually improve security with tLieberman's proposal?
Anonymous hacker lead Norton anti-virus source code
Symantec says this code is too old to matter'; what do yout think?
Smartphone apps are sending your data to China
Another good article about apps and personal data privacy
Do execs know sensitive information when they see it?
Do you feel that your execs know where your organizations sensitive business is and how to protect it?
Super Tuesday malware targets voters
Nothing says tax time like malware
How can something this dumb be called a ‘smart grid’?
'Smart' grid may be a bit of a misnomer
Malware advancing faster than companies can analyze it
I think we knew this but the statistics aren't encouraging
China’s developing cyber skills pose threat to U.S.
More cyber saber rattling about China; I wonder why we don't see any of these articles about Russia?
Hacker group unveils critical attack, accused of drawing a road map for the bad guys
Interesting review of the SCADA exploits released last month by Digital Lab and S4
DDoS attacks twice as likely to happen at US companies as UK
An interesting finding in this study, what do you think it means?
Obama to simulate cyber attack on NY Power to lobby senators
This seems like an excellent idea - do you think it will be effective in breaking legislative grid lock on cyber security legislation?
Boards of directors largely ignoring cyber risk management
Another interesting study, although the conclusions aren't terribly surprising. Does your Board of Directors understand cyber risk?
ISPs: No cyber security regulation needed
No surprise here. Do you think more cyber security regulations are needed?
LulzSec leader turns FBI informant
The retaliatory hacking begins
McAfee details remote iPad hack
We knew this was coming, sounds like it's almost here
Most companies blame users for data breaches
Not surprising, does your company blame users for data breaches?
The 19 most maddening security questions
Only 19? What maddening question(s) are missing from this list?
Hacker on hacker: Zeus bot master dupes Anonymous backers into installing password stealer
Criss cross double cross: even hackers get pwned
The bright side of being hacked
Hactivism sheds light on the state of corporate security. Should we be grateful?
Bruce Schneier’s talk at RSA: Big data, laws, cyber war are biggest threats to information security
I found it interesting that Bruce sees a different set of Internet security threats than others at RSA. What do you think are the top threats to information security?
Hackers gained functional control of NASA networks, stole control codes for the International Space Station
This story just keeps getting worse and worse; NASA could be the new poster child for full disk encryption.