Archives for June 2016

#InfoSecGov: Boost your security: Get IT and HR to collaborate | CSO Online ow.ly/RjIG301OL4H

#CyberResearch: Clever Attack Uses the Sound of a Computer’s Fan to Steal Data | WIRED ow.ly/8JKp301OjBr

#CyberDanger: 1.2 million infected: Android malware ‘Hummer’ could be biggest trojan ever – TechRepublic ow.ly/GG8r301OgRk

#IdentityTheft: 9.2 Million More US Healthcare Records Go Up for Sale on the Dark Web – Infosecurity Magazine ow.ly/RoxS301Ogw3

#CyberDanger: Android Malware poses as popular app login screens, including Uber, Facebook, WhatsApp | BGR ow.ly/XxPT301Oets

#CyberLaw ACLU argues Computer Fraud & Abuse Act blocks discrimination research – The Washington Post ow.ly/11CK301OdXh

#CyberMisc: Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast – Interview with ‘Dark Territory’ Author Fred Kaplan | Steptoe Cyberblog ow.ly/z3GZ301O5xz

#CyberMisc: Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast – Blockchain Interview with Jamie Smith | Steptoe Cyberblog ow.ly/VRlp301O5oW

#CyberWarning Cybercriminals up their game with new easier-to-deploy lower-cost ransomware | PCWorld ow.ly/nseL301MHnQ

#IdentityTheft: Here’s How a Hacker Extorts a Clinic & Holds Patient Identity Info Hostage – BankInfoSecurity ow.ly/XQeO301NZRJ

#CyberDefense: xDedic: What to Do If Your RDP Server Was Pwned ow.ly/xU2p301NZKb

#CyberUpdate: Cybercriminals can exploit Symantec vulnerabilities just by sending email | PCWorld ow.ly/cbRs301MGQ3

#AgnosticPatriot: Revolt of the Masses – David Brooks – The New York Times ow.ly/vsgu301J8sP

AgnosticPatriot: How Should We Respond to ‘Evil’? – Steven Paulikas – The Stone – The New York Times ow.ly/QWGp301HmYf

#CyberFraud: Scientology Seeks Captive Converts Via SEO fraud, Google Maps, Drug Rehab Centers — @krebsonsecurity ow.ly/VWRZ301HmKI

#AgnosticPatriot: How American Politics Became So Ineffective – The Atlantic ow.ly/Rwmu301ELR4

#AgnosticPatriot: Jack Daniel’s Embraces a Hidden Ingredient: Help From a Slave – The New York Times ow.ly/CuiG301EuVB

#CitadelOnSecurity: Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, June 26, 2016 – Citadel Information Group ow.ly/dowX301E76r

#CitadelOnSecurity: Cyber Security News of the Week, June 26, 2016 – Citadel Information Group ow.ly/mCHw301E73B

#CyberPrivacy: US district judge rules FBI doesn’t need a warrant to query a suspect’s computer ow.ly/K6wo301CvvE

#CyberCrime: Backups not available. NASCAR team pays cybercriminal to unlock critical data after ransomware attack. ow.ly/mmPy301Cv2I

#CyberDefense: Apple Safari blocks outdated versions of Adobe Flash on MAC OS X devices ow.ly/SgpX301CuYl

#FinancialCyberSecurity: Fed weighs enhanced security scrutiny on transfers after $81M cyberheist ow.ly/PlYN301CuQJ

#CyberEspionage: Why Russian hackers, not a lone wolf, were likely behind the DNC breach ow.ly/bMXx301CuAa

#CyberSunshine: Suspect arrested in identity theft scheme allegedly targeted former FBI director ow.ly/y67j301Cuba

#CyberAwareness: Training? What training? Workers’ lack of cybersecurity awareness is putting the business at risk ow.ly/n5ZW301Cu3I

#IoT: ‘Smart’ Building Industry Attempting to Come to Grips with Significant Cybersecurity Challenges. ow.ly/JxY8301CrLv

#InfoSecGov: Cybercriminals Prey on Smaller Firms as Larger Targets Harden Security ow.ly/zaSW301CrlH

#CyberLaw: The ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ and Other Cyberlaw Cases Go to Court ow.ly/Vw4a301Crcs

#CyberWarning: Crypto Ransomware Drives 20% Infection Rate Increase – DARKReading ow.ly/wFe1301AbMg