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Cyber crooks are now taking advantage of the infamous Stuxnet worm as a way to deploy malicious code. Trend Micro researcher Ivan Macalintal has discovered poisoned search results leveraging on this notorious malware threat. Among the search strings used in this blackhat SEO campaign were “stuxnet SCADA,“ “stuxnet removal tool,“ “stuxnet cleanup,“ “stuxnet siemens“ and […] More
The Stuxnet worm blamed for infecting hundreds of thousands computers and critical infrastructure in Iran could have been an inside job, according to security experts. Graham Cluley, senior technology consultant at Sophos, told V3.co.uk the malware could have been created by someone with detailed knowledge of Siemens’ computer systems, possibly a current or former employee. […] More
One of the most sophisticated and complex pieces of malware ever detected was probably targeting “high-value” infrastructure in Iran, BBC News reports. Some researchers claim the intricacy of Stuxnet indicates the malware could only have been created by a national government agency. Experts believe the malware to be the first of its kind to target […] More
Iran has experienced the first-ever malware attack against industrial control systems, which is spreading via USB drives. The malware provides backdoors and steals critical infrastructure documents relating to SCADA systems, according to Asia CNET. Iranian media claim attacks have hit industrial facilities that use SCADA systems provided by Siemens. A report by Symantec says that […] More
Siemens, a German-based engineering company, has made a program available to its customers that can detect and remove malware infecting its software which is used to control power grids, factories and oil refineries. However, the firm warned that disinfecting the system could interfere with sensitive operations. The firm is distributing Sysclean, a product made by […] More
Jim O’Neill recently joined the board of NeuralIQ, Inc. He is a 30-year technology industry veteran. He has extensive senior management experience with emphasis on networks and electronics as well as large system integration, communications, and computer technology. Recently, O’Neill was the CEO of Siemens Enterprise Communications, a leader in contact centers, unified communications and […] More
Senator Jim Webb (D-VA) will address the Potomac Officers Club at a breakfast event on February 4th, beginning at 8:15 AM.  Senator Webb served with distinction as a combat Marine platoon commander in Vietnam, earning the silver star, the Navy Cross, two bronze stars and two purple hearts at the infamous An Hoa Basin west […] More
On Wednesday, Bechtel Corporation honored three employees by naming them Bechtel Fellows, a select group of experts in science and technology who have made outstanding contributions to the company and their professions. They also advise senior management on questions related to their areas of expertise, participate in strategic planning, and help disseminate new technical ideas […] More
Good ethics spells good business. Sounds simple enough, right? If that were the case, though, we wouldn't see headlines like this or this. Helping to change that reality is Anand Anandalingam, dean of the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. With his eye on training the next generation of business […] More
Webster Data Communications has been under the radar a number of years but that's now changing “” big time.  A values-based IT solutions provider, the company was recently named one of Washington Technology's “Fast 50 Government Contractors,“ and has been recognized as one of the 50 fastest growing Virginia companies by the Virginia Chamber of […] More
Many security experts are predicting that we may have already reached the dangerous “tipping point” in the Cyber-War.  Couple this critical danger with an anticipated surge in appropriated funds, and you have cyber security at the forefront of most government contracting agendas in 2009. In a recent interview, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff spoke of what he […] More
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