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China must enhance its cyberwarfare capabilities to counter a Pentagon push, the country’s top military newspaper said yesterday, following allegations that Beijing may be behind a series of cyber attacks on Lockheed Martin and other defense contractors, Reuters reports. Countering the accusations against China, a report published in the official newspaper of the People’s Liberation […] More
The FBI and U.S. Secret Service have used the threat of prison to create an army of informers, resulting in nearly one in four hackers becoming a cyberspace snitch, according to experts who spoke to the Guardian. Eric Corley, who publishes hacker magazine 2600, told the U.K. newspaper he believes nearly 25 percent of hackers […] More
The total cost of Epsilon breach — including forensic audits and monitoring, fines, litigation and lost business for provider and customers — could possibly run as high as $4 billion, according to research conducted by CyberFactors. Detected March 30, 2011, the incident involved a hacker accessing Epsilon clients’ customer data and possibly getting his hands […] More
The Better Business Bureau is warning businesses and consumers to be cautions of potentially malicious emails stemming from what some security experts consider as one of the biggest data breaches in U.S. history. Epsilon’s parent company Alliance Data Systems Corporation yesterday reaffirmed that no personal identifiable information was compromised, such as Social Security Numbers, credit […] More
The U.S. Cyber Command has restricted Defense Department workers’ access to  streaming-video websites such as YouTube, Amazon and Googlevideo, according to The Associated Press. Officials say the overwhelming demand to see the Japan earthquake is using up the much-needed bandwidth already weakened by Internet problems in that region of the world. Cyber Command has directed […] More
A New York-based think tank is planning next month to release a report on cybersecurity and how to build a partnership between the United States and China to combat spam. “Fighting Spam to Build Trust” will be the first product of talks between Chinese and United States experts convened by the EastWest Institute. The report […] More
An Arizona man accused of interrupting the 2009 broadcast of Super Bowl with a 37-second clip of pornography has been arrested on charges of fraud and computer tampering, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office announced. Frank Tanori Gonzalez was arrested last week for his alleged role in interrupting the local Comcast feed of the game between […] More
Lockheed Martin today announced it has been selected to provide Idaho Falls Power with cybersecurity support for its utility smart grid operations. The firm will support the power utility as it adopts a citywide, two-way communications Advanced Metering Infrastructure system, allowing the utility to securely gather and examine energy readings from advanced energy meters. Lockheed […] More
A handful chief information officers from government, including NASA’s Linda Cureton and Department of Veterans Affairs’ Roger Baker, are convening in February to attend the 24th annual Federal Networks Conference where senior decision-makers share their latest plans for how they will design, purchase and operate their networks as well as the IT services these networks […] More
Glen Berger, VP of finance for DRS Tech, sat down with GovCon Executive to discuss how to deal with uncertainty in the defense market, the company’s edge in the market, and his personal goals: GovCon Executive:  Can you tell us a little about your background and how you got involved in DRS Technical Services? Glen […] More
Think whistle-blower, and you’ll more than likely conjure up an image of a government worker who wants to shed light on an internal problem or a moral dilemma. These days, however, the whistle-blower has morphed from a one-man band to an orchestra of many, sounding the horn about everything from classified information to embarrassing communications […] More
Rumors are swirling that Apple is developing a slimmer, lighter iPad with front and rear-facing cameras and a SD card slot. Apple component suppliers in Asia told Reuters the next-generation iPad could ship out early next year. Touchscreen chip designer Wintek Corp, battery maker Simplo Technology Co Ltd and cover manufacturer Avy Precision all confirmed […] More
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