In spite of the fact that they'll make bank.
Articles tagged "cybersecurity"
All of the headlines focus on a potential missile strike, but the US is probably going to cyber war with Syria, too—if it hasn't already.
Meet Hatem Deeb, the lead hacker of the Syrian Electronic Army.
It had targeted the NY Times site in order to deliver an anti-war message.
With the Silk Road, bitcoins, heroin, and SWAT teams, this is the most cyberpunk frame job yet.
Over the last seven years, 4 Russians and 1 Ukrainian stole at least 160 million credit and debit card numbers, with losses totaling the hundreds of millions of dollars.
Anonymous today released another set of swiped data contact info for first responders, security contractors, and the like.
More fallout from Edward Snowden.
More than anything, this attack seems aimed at reminding authorities and the internet that Anonymous is still serious.
Uncle Sam would do well to get on the hacker community's good side. So far, not so good.
The most convenient thing about waging anonymous cyberattacks is it's real easy to pin it on someone else.
When passwords fail, it's time to start thinking about what we have to offer our security devices: fingerprints, eyeballs and voices are a start.
Something's not working for the protesters.
The Internet's depending on you, Internet freedom advocates!
At the end of the day, there's not really anything you can do about it.
Everybody! Gather whatever belongings you can and head to the nearest fallout shelter, because hackers just broke into Apple Headquarters, and the evil code-clipping villains got Facebook, too.
The government has decided it needs to beef up the ranks of its digital defenses. It’s assembling a league of extraordinary computer geeks for what will be known as the “Cyber Reserve.”
If you didn't already know it, the United States is in terrible trouble of being hit by a horrible, crippling cyberattack. _The New York Times_ calls it a "dire threat." Defense Secretary Leon Panetta calls it the impending "cyber Pearl Harbor." We d…
Happy Cybersecurity Awareness Month, everyone! To get things started off right, General Keith Alexander, the head of U.S. Cyber Command as well as the National Security Agency, discussed the state of the nation’s cyber defense capabilities with a c…
FinFisher is a powerful piece of spyware long admired within cybersecurity circles. It’s capable of logging keystrokes, accessing and exporting a compromised computer’s files, and intercepting encrypted data such as Skype calls.
With a good old fashioned filibuster, Senate Republicans just blocked the sweeping cybersecurity legislation that some lawmakers have been trying for years to pass, and they don't sound sorry about it. The bill would have set cybersecurity standards
It's hard to imagine what cyberwarfare actually looks like. Is it like regular warfare, where two sides armed with arsenals of deadly weapons open fire on each other and hope for total destruction? What do they fire instead of bullets? Packets of inf…