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On Monday evening, the Chinese search engine was hit by an attack from the ‘Iranian Cyber Army’, hackers who brought down Twitter briefly late last year. In response to the attacks, hackers in China sought to restore national pride by retaliating against websites registered in Iran. One website registered in Iran had the following message […] More
McAfee and Facebook are partnering to battle cyber crime, using McAfee’s security solutions and Facebook’s broad membership to make security solutions available to more than 350 million Internet users. The collaboration will include security solutions such as McAfee’s software, a customized scanning and repair tool and education materials, all of which will be available to […] More
Cyber Security is easily becoming the new buzzword of 2010. Lately everyone has been concerned with making their networks more secure. Along with the growing trend to optimizing platform security Google’s Gmail service has made a default switch to the https encryption. This annoucement comes just a few days after the Chinese censorship announcement. The […] More
Earlier this week, search engine giant Google threatened to withdraw from China, citing incidents of censorship and cyber attacks. Google has requested the Chinese relax their censorship policies and claims the Chinese government is either complicit in hacking attempts or not doing enough to combat incidents of cyber crime. The cyber attacks including the hacking […] More
Following incidents at Abu Ghraib, rendition claims and reports of US ‘enhanced interrogation’ techniques, the subject of US interrogation techniques and tactics has come to the forefront in recent years. President Obama has promised to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, the focal point of much criticism regarding US interrogation methods. Matthew Alexander, a former […] More
It's a great time for government contractors. Yes, despite everything you've heard “” insourcing, plus talk of a “global war on contractors“ “” the time is now for the industry to make its mark. John Hillen recently carried that message to Wall Street, where his company, GLOBAL North America was officially listed on NASDAQ as […] More
Keith Rhodes, senior vice president and chief technology officer with QinetiQ North America’ Mission Solutions Group, authored a recent article for DefenseNews.com, in which he advocates for the United States to move forward in cyber-defense measures in 2010. With the announcement last month of Howard Schmidt as cybersecurity coordinator at the White House, Rhodes’ article […] More
Several websites in Pakistan were hacked last week, including the website of the Pakistani National Response Center for Cyber Crimes. The hacker was able to access a database of email addresses on one of the websites, according to an article on SCMagazineUK.com. According a forum posting, the hacker claimed to have accessed the database while […] More
The group of hackers that attacked Twitter last month have struck again. The group, calling itself the Iranian Cyber Army hacked and defaced the home page of Baidu.com, a Chinese search engine, according to an article on The Register. The defacement, which occurred on Monday night, showed a picture of an Iranian Flag along with […] More
A government website in the Philippines was defaced recently when cyber criminals hacked into the website and posted mocking messages on the upcoming automated elections. The message posted on the website of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, read “What is going to be used in the elections? Blade Server? Juniper Firewall?” This is […] More
OUT: SETA IN: OCI Northrop Grumman’s divestment of TASC proved that the days of major integrators housing Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) business units under the same roof are numbered.  Look for more divestments in 2010. OUT: Karen Evans IN: Vivek Kundra Vivek Kundra had a banner first year as the Federal CIO, launching […] More
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