NYT hacked by communists for last 4 months
No, the government doesn’t want your porn
63 percent said government and businesses should not be allowed to share information
Most major companies don’t even know they have been hacked until long afterward
‘A hacker who goes by the name of ‘Yama Tough’ threatened Saturday to release next week the full source code for Symantec Corp’s flagship Norton Antivirus software’
‘Symantec downplayed the risks, saying the exposed code was several years old’
The hacker’s second politically motivated attack this week
‘Nearly all new mobile malware in Q3 was targeted at Android’
‘We’re going to be making crazy products in 10 years, and you guys are going to have the responsibility for protecting people using those products’
‘Making the Internet safer and more secure requires vigilance and knowledge of how to protect ourselves’
Sony reacts to new security breaches - Fox News
Sony announced Wednesday it suspended 93,000 accounts after recent numerous unauthorized sign-in attempts to Playstation Network accounts.
Cyber security lessons from Beijing are being applied to the London 2012 games.
Homeland Security holds hearing on government transferring information from physical servers to cyberspace
‘If 85 percent of the threats to our information systems can be prevented with public knowledge and best practices, we can go a long way to reducing cyber attacks’
Cyber-security legislation: a view from Silicon Valley - TheDC Opinion
To make a difference, cyber-security legislation must be prescriptive.
DHS’ latest bulletin, issued Sept. 3, warned the group has been using social media networks to urge followers working in the financial industry to sabotage their employers’ computer systems
‘This page does not exist anymore’
A six-second clip aired on Chinese TV shows a custom-built computer program launching a cyber-attack from a compromised US IP address
Why Estonia is the poster child for cyber-security - Discovery News
Estonia, long at the forefront of internet technology, is also an international leader in cyber-security
Attention, amateur hackers: Uncle Sam wants you to help fight cyber-crime — and he’s getting pretty desperate, too. As cyber-attacks become more complex and virulent, the U.S. government has poured billions of dollars into securing our nation’s digital borders