Archives for June 2014

#CyberSurvey: Estimating the Global Cost of Cybercrime –

#CyberDefense: Information Security for Journalists: The Bigger Picture | Idea Lab | PBS

#FinancialCyberSecurity: United States most popular target of online banking malware attacks

#CyberWarning: Serious Android crypto key theft vulnerability affects 86% of devices | Ars Technica

#CyberCrime: Benjamin F. Edwards Co. Discloses Data Breach Affecting Customers – Forbes

#CyberWarning: Infosecurity – Half of All Network Devices Are Outdated – And Vulnerable

#CyberAttack: Hackers tweet fake World Cup bomb threat on federal police page – Washington Times

#CitadelOnSecurity: Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, June 29, 2014 – Citadel Information Group –

#CitadelOnSecurity: Cyber Security News of the Week, June 29, 2014 – Citadel Information Group –

#NationalCyberSecurity: China cyber crime cooperation stalls after U.S. hacking charges – Yahoo News

#CyberPrivacy: A New Cybersecurity Bill Could Give the NSA Even More Data –

#CyberAttack: As Stuxnet Anniversary Approaches, New SCADA Attack Is Discovered

#CyberWarning: Decades-Old Vulnerability Threatens ‘Internet Of Things’ – Dark Reading

#CyberLaw: Massachusetts Supreme Court Rules Defendant Must Decrypt Data | Threatpost |

#CyberWarning: Patched Code-Execution Bug Affects Most Android Users | Threatpost |

#FinancialCyberSecurity: Cloned Android Banking App Hides Phishing Scheme | Threatpost |

#FinancialCyberSecurity: Android malware targets South Korean online banking customers | PCWorld

#CyberSecurityManagement: Why senior leaders are the front line against cyberattacks @McKinsey…

#CyberPrivacy: Cops Need A Warrant To Search Your Phone, Rules Supreme Court – @Forbes

Why senior leaders are the front line against cyberattacks @McKinsey…

#CyberCrime: 2014: The Year Extortion Went Mainstream — Krebs on Security –

#CyberCrime: MTV: Nokia paid several million to extortionists to keep code secret |

#CyberSunshine: The ‘Fly’ Has Been Swatted — Krebs on Security –

#FinancialCyberSecurity: Financial firms need ‘skin in the game,’ says DHS official –

#CyberWarning: Beware Flappy Bird clones carrying malware

#CyberCrime: Card Wash: Card Breaches at Car Washes — Krebs on Security

#CyberWarning: website redirects to Caphaw malware, WebSense says | PCWorld

#CyberAttack: Anonymous hackers found accessing Vietnam ministry computers

#CyberCrime: Hacker puts “full redundancy”code-hosting firm out of business | Network World –

#CyberWarning: Hackers Find New Ways to Breach Computer Security –