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National Institute of Standards and Technology Cybersecurity Education Workshop, The Online Trust Alliance, announced “Why Your Browser Matters,” providing a framework for websites to create “teachable moments”  to raise awareness of the security risks of using outdated browsers. Research from comScore data and OTA indicate that over 40 percent of users worldwide use outdated browsers not realizing […] More
In retaliation of the recent arrests of their alleged members, the hacking collectives Anonymous and LulzSec recently infiltrated the websites of more than 70 U.S. law enforcement institutions across the United States and released this weekend 10 gigabytes of confidential information. The hacktivists claimed to have accessed and leaked hundreds of emails, passwords, Social Security […] More
In light of recent cyber attacks against government agencies and affiliations, the Department of Homeland Security released a statement warning organizations to keep alert for potential cyber attacks from hacktivist groups Anonymous and LulzSec. The bulletin, which was released by DHS’ National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center, aims to provide accurate situational awareness for federal organizations’ […] More
According to a recent poll, more than half of Americans believe the United States should authorize cyber attacks against other countries when necessary. 60 Minutes and Vanity Fair questioned 1,045 Americans for their August poll and found not only was the majority aware of the current extent of cyber warfare, but it also supported the […] More
The FBI announced this week the arrest of 14 suspected members of hacking collective Anonymous for their alleged involvement in December’s cyber attack on PayPal’s website. The arrests are part of FBI‘s ongoing investigation into coordinated cyber attacks against major companies and organizations. The 14 individuals were arrested in 10 different states across the country […] More
A hacker claiming to be associated with Anonymous tweeted that the group had taken down MasterCard's site with a denial-of-service attack earlier today, The Washington Post reports. “MasterCard.com DOWN!!!, thats what you get when you mess with @wikileaks @Anon_Central and the enter community of lulz loving individuals,“ tweeted the hacker who calls himself “Ibom Hacktivist.” […] More
The National Cyber Security Alliance today announced electing John Havermann, vice president and director of cyber programs at SAIC, to serve as president of NCSA’s board of directors. “Cybersecurity education and awareness have emerged as a national priority thanks to the leadership of the National Cyber Security Alliance over the past decade,” Havermann said. “I […] More
Lush, a company that sells handmade natural cosmetics, has been targeted by hackers, possibly compromising the bank details of thousands of customers, The Telegraph reported. The cosmetics company closed down its website and urged customers who made orders between Oct. 4 last year and Jan. 20 to contact their banks as their card details may […] More
A federal investigation dubbed Operation eMule has led agents to two foreign-exchange students in Minnesota who are accused of taking part in a cyber-crime ring in Vietnam that stole the identities of countless Americans and pilfered millions of dollars from online retailers. According to Star Tribune, court documents identified major companies such as eBay, PayPal, […] More
A 36-year-old Ohio man has been sentenced to 2.5 years in prison for selling more than 35,000 illegally copied computer games online between 2005 and 2009, according to the FBI. Qiang “Michael“ Bi pleaded guilty July 28, 2010, to one count of mail fraud, one count of copyright infringement, and one count of aggravated identity […] More
You can barely turn a page in a newspaper–or on your e-reader–without getting bombarded with an impending sense of doom originating from cyber attacks and malicious hackers. However, according to White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Howard Schmidt, that threat has been overplayed–“exaggerated,” as the cyber czar put it in a recent interview. “Things have to be […] More
In the wake of large-scale online attacks on U.S. companies, such as MasterCard and Visa, which pulled support from whistle-blower site WikiLeaks, the British government is hunkering down over fears of similarly disruptive Internet activity on U.K. sites, a New Zealand newspaper reported. The New Zealand Herald reports U.K. National Security Adviser Peter Ricketts announced […] More
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