Displaying articles for: 04-29-2012 - 05-05-2012
Criminal breach UK’s Ministry of Defence systems
Has it become fashionable to admit you've been breached? Or, maybe it lends credibility to political fund raising efforts?
Mystery group hacks US military, Harvard, NASA and more
A new hacktivist group with a slightly softer PR approach and the same basic agenda
Microsoft drops Chinese vendor from MAPP after NDA violations
The MAPP program rebounds from the PoC code leak
Consumerization trend driving IT crazy, Gartner says
Is BYOD driving your IT team crazy?
Mozilla slams CISPA, breaks Silicon Valley silence on cyber security bill
Mozilla was also one of the first companies to take a public anti-SOPA stance; Google remains quiet
Busted: Your car’s black box is spying on you and may be used against you in court
Did you know your car has a 'black box'? Do you think there should be transparent about the data the black box in your car is collecting?
Global Payments working to revalidate PCI compliance
Global Payments is revalidating their PCI compliance, but is this enough to improve security?
Hacked websites deliver Android malware
Drive-by attacks for Android devices coming soon to a website near you
Attackers add ransomware to bank fraud malware
Ransomware is nothing new but it's getting more sophisticated
Why the Cyber Security Act might not be good for business
Do you think we need cyber security regulations?
Decrypting the Verizon data breach report
An interesting review of the Verizon data breach report; it pays to get the basics right
Cloud providers need to step up on security transparency
Do you think there is market demand for security transparency in cloud providers?
Proposed law could make it illegal to ask for access to social media accounts
Do you think it should be against the law to ask for access to social media accounts?
Should private companies be able to fight cyber security ‘fire’ with fire?
Should private companies have access to offensive cyber weapons? Should they be able to use them in cyber attacks?
The most mortifying moments in IT security history
A fun slideshow - can you think of anything they left out?
First breach settlement under HITECH, $1.5M
Does HITECH have more 'teeth' than HIPAA?
How dangerous is a cyber war?
Do you think cyber war has the potential to be more disruptive than 2 two three day rolling regional blackouts?