Archives for March 2015

#CyberSecurityManagement: IT Professionals Think Information Security And DR Should Be Last To Get Budget Cuts | CIO ow.ly/3xwGlw

#CyberMisc: Anonymous hackers list 9,200 ISIS Twitter accounts, enlist other hackers in cyberwar – Washington Times ow.ly/3xwGfJ

#CyberLaw: Few Target victims to benefit from settlement ow.ly/3xwS5X

#CyberDefense: Google adds evil-code scanning to Play Store • The Register ow.ly/3xwGf0

#SecuringTheVillage: FICO: Industry Needs More Data To Stop Cybercrime | PYMNTS.com ow.ly/3xwv6R

#IdentityTheft: Premera Blue Cross Breach Exposes Financial, Medical Records — @krebsonsecurity ow.ly/3xwsXe

#CyberDefense: OpenSSL Patch to Plug Severe Security Holes — @krebsonsecurity ow.ly/3xwsWX

#CyberUnderground: Dark Web’s ‘Evolution Market’ Vanishes — @krebsonsecurity ow.ly/3xwsWH

#CyberMisc: QR Codes Engineered into Cybersecurity Protection Against Counterfeit Microchips | UConn Today ow.ly/Kt4hh

#CyberWarning: Why Yahoo’s new on-demand password system is no two-factor authentication killer | PCWorld ow.ly/KsieX

#CyberDefense: OpenSSL team warns of major vulnerability; Will issue patch on 3/19 | bit-tech.net ow.ly/KsiZJ

#FinancialCyberSecurity: Mobile Threat Monday: Android Malware Breaks Banking Security ow.ly/KshZb

#FinancialCyberSecurity: Pointing Fingers in Apple Pay Fraud – NYTimes.com ow.ly/3xwhP7

#CyberCrime: Authorities Closing In on Hackers Who Stole Data From JPMorgan Chase – NYTimes.com ow.ly/KpXXO

#CyberDefense: Patch Tuesday: KB3002657 Causing Authentication Problems with Exchange Other Apps | ow.ly/KpXNp

#CyberPrivacy: How Two Obscure Court Verdicts In Europe Could Impact Americans’ Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Taxes ow.ly/3xw5pK

#CyberPrivacy: A Police Gadget Tracks Phones? Shhh! It’s Secret – NYTimes.com ow.ly/3xw5o0

#CyberUnderground: ‘AntiDetect’ Helps Thieves Hide Digital Fingerprints — @krebsonsecurity ow.ly/3xw5vY

#CitadelOnSecurity: Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, March 15, 2015 – Citadel Information Group – ow.ly/Km5rF

#CitadelOnSecurity: Cyber Security News of the Week, March 15, 2015 – Citadel Information Group – ow.ly/Km5oh

#NationalCyberSecurity: Security of Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server comes under scrutiny – Washington Post ow.ly/KjNVF

#NationalCyberSecurity: For 3 months Hillary Clinton’s email was unencrypted, open to spies – Fortune ow.ly/KjNvr

#CyberWarning: Fake IRS Agent Scam Targets Public, Even Feds, While Identity Theft Tax Fraud Is Rampant – Forbes ow.ly/KjNhO

#CyberWarning: Hackers Breaking New Ground With Ransomware ow.ly/KjNdi

#CyberCrime: Verizon PCI DSS report a wake-up call, says PCI Security Standards Council ow.ly/KjN7s

#CyberCrime: Verizon: Breaches Under-Reported Globally – BankInfoSecurity ow.ly/KjN6b

#CyberResearch: MIT launches a trio of new cybersecurity initiatives | BetaBoston ow.ly/KjLji

#CyberSecurityManagement: What does the collaborative economy mean for information security? | CSO Online ow.ly/KjLcz

#CyberMisc: Politics intrude as cybersecurity firms hunt foreign spies | Reuters ow.ly/KjL8J

#CyberSecurityManagement: Hackers trigger panic, missteps when financial advisers fail to plan | Reuters ow.ly/KjKSI