Archives for October 2016

#KnowEnemy: Hackforums Shutters Booter Service Bazaar — Krebs on Security

#LetFreedomRing: The Conservative Intellectual Crisis - David Brooks - The New York Times

#LetFreedomRing: In Defense of Politics, Now More Than Ever - Alvaro Dominguez - The New York Times

#CitadelOnSecurity: Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, October 30, 2016 Citadel Information Group

#CitadelOnSecurity: Cyber Security News of the Week, October 30, 2016 - Citadel Information Group

#IoT: In test, fake web toaster compromised in less than 1 hour - The Atlantic

#CyberPolitics: Clinton. Trump. Cybersecurity Poster Children? Where they stand on the issues.

#CyberDefense: Questions Every CIO Should Ask the Cybersecurity Leader: Part 3

#CyberUpdate: Apple Patches iTunes, iCloud for Windows, Xcode Server

#CyberDefense: IBM Trusteer incorporates biometric "Cognitive Fraud Detection" to block financial fraud

#CyberSunshine: US charges 61 In India phone fraud call center scam that cheated 15,000 out of $250 million

#NationalCyberSecurity: Hacked Emails of High-Ranking Advisor to Putin Shows Russian Plans to Destabilize Ukraine

CyberPrivacy: Latest WikiLeaks revelations offer reminder that there are some things that can't be encrypted

CyberEnforcement: DOJ publically releases memo providing cybercrime guidance to prosecutors

#CyberEnforcement: FBI Offers Online Cyber Training for Law Enforcement First Responders

#NationalCyberSecurity: Ahead of elections, 11 states reject federal help to combat hackers

#IoT: Hackers find vulnerability to take full control of - and even crash - consumer drones

#IoT: Why the Next Denial of Service Attack Could Be Against Your Car

#CriticalInfrastructure: Is cybersecurity for smart cities being dangerously underestimated? Wi-Fi? Traffic? IoT?

#InfoSecMgmt: Obsession with regulatory compliance doesn't guarantee good cybersecurity, says SC Congress Panel

#InfoSecMgmt: Good Cybersecurity Doesn’t Try to Prevent Every Attack, Says KPMG InfoSec Leader - Harvard Bus Review

#IdentityTheft: OCC reveals major information security breach by ex-employee affecting 10,000 people's PII

#CyberLaw: Device Makers May Face Legal Trouble Over Internet of Things Attack

#CyberLaw: Who’s Responsible When Your DVR Launches a Cyberattack?

#CyberSunshine: Celeb nude photo thief Ryan Collins sentenced to 18 months in jail

#CyberResearch: Google teaches “AIs” to invent their own crypto and avoid eavesdropping

#CyberAttack: Dyn DDoS Could Have Topped 1 Tbps. Perpetrators Believed To be "Script Kiddies"

#CyberDefense: Microsoft Extends Malicious Macro Protection to Office 2013

#CyberUpdate: Cisco Patches Critical Vulnerability in Facility Events Response System

#CyberWarning: Search engine results increasingly poisoned with malicious links