Archives for December 2014

#CyberWarning: Steam Chat Spreads Malware – Tom’s Guide ow.ly/GDYin

#CyberSecurityManagement: Sony Cyberattack, First a Nuisance, Swiftly Grew Into a Firestorm – NYTimes.com ow.ly/GE0kX

#CyberWarning: Sony Hackers Threaten U.S. News Media Organization – The Intercept ow.ly/GDXMR

#CyberCrime: Sony insider — not North Korea — likely involved in hack, experts say – LA Times ow.ly/GCPi2

#CyberCrime: A New Script: Clues In Sony Hack Point To Insiders | The Security Ledger ow.ly/GCzJX

#CyberSecurityManagement: Cybersecurity 2015: Are We Near End of Big Retail Hacks? – Risk & Compliance – WSJ ow.ly/GCwSp

#CyberCrime: Banks: Card Breach at Some Chick-fil-A’s — KrebsOnSecurity ow.ly/GCqRB

#CyberSecurityManagement: SEC Faults Credit-Rating Firms for Rule Lapses, Lax Cybersecurity – WSJ ow.ly/GzK1r

#CyberCrime: Target Hackers Hit OneStopParking.com@krebsonsecurity ow.ly/GBbeM

#CriticalInfrastructure: If cyberwar erupts, America’s electric grid is a prime target – CSMonitor.com ow.ly/GzKPN

#CyberSecurityManagement: Why It’s Time For A Board-Level Cybersecurity Committee – Forbes ow.ly/GzJUQ

#CyberUnderworld: Who’s in the Lizard Squad? — @krebsonsecurity ow.ly/GzgFX

#CyberUnderworld: A Q&A with the hackers who say they helped break into Sony’s network – The Washington Post ow.ly/GzgCo

#CyberCrime: World’s Biggest Data Breaches & Hacks | Data visualization |Information Is Beautiful ow.ly/GzeK7

#CitadelOnSecurity: Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, December 28, 2014 – Citadel Information Group – ow.ly/Gvvcm

#CitadelOnSecurity: Cyber Security News of the Week, December 28, 2014 – Citadel Information Group – ow.ly/Gvv9y

#NationalCyberSecurity: Countering Cyberattacks Without a Playbook – NYTimes.com ow.ly/GpRAA

#CyberAwareness: If a Strong Password is 2,573 Miles, How Long is Yours? | @m8urnett| Xato – Passwords & Security ow.ly/GqI8k

#NationalCyberSecurity: North Korea May Have Had Help From the Hackers Who Hit Sony in 2011 – Bloomberg ow.ly/Gpqjy

#NationalCyberSecurity: Did North Korea Really Attack Sony? – @Bruce_Schneier – The Atlantic ow.ly/GpgQg

#NationalCyberSecurity: The Case for N. Korea’s Role in Sony Hack — @krebsonsecurity ow.ly/GpdZg

#CyberInsurance: Breach insurance might not cover losses at Sony Pictures | CSO Online ow.ly/Gpa6j

#NationalCyberSecurity: When Does Cyber Crime Become an Act of Cyberwar? – Rachel Marsden – Town Hall ow.ly/GoXKj

#CyberPrivacy: How to Avoid Cyber-Burglars This Holiday Season – Good Morning America – Citadel Kim Pease Featured – ow.ly/GoWx6

#NationalCyberSecurity: U.S. Cyber Command investment ensures hackers targeting America face retribution – Washington Times…

#CyberDefense: Backoff Malware Validates Targets Through Infected IP Cameras – @ErickaChickow.ly/GnpuO

#NationalCyberSecurity: Experts Are Still Divided on Whether North Korea Is Behind Sony Attack | WIRED ow.ly/Gnq0E

#FinancialCyberSecurity: Top U.K. bankers urged to take cybercrime threat more seriously | Business | The Guardian ow.ly/GnaA4

#NationalCyberSecurity: China says no proof North Korea hacked Sony – The Globe and Mail ow.ly/GnavB

#FinancialCyberSecurity: Top bankers urged to take cybercrime threat more seriously | Business | The Guardian ow.ly/GmHDJ