Posts Tagged ‘espionage’

Internal Threat Keeps Growing

Organizations are coming to terms that insider threats can be one of the most serious security challenges they face. Developing
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Black Hat: Govt. ICS Attacks

By Gregory Hale
Government sponsored malware attacks, once thought of a science fiction, are real and they are hitting
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Petrobras Moves to Hike Security

After reports of hacking attempts, Brazilian oil giant Petrobras wants to keep itself on the winning security edge by increasing
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APT Disconnect Means Poor Defense

Even in today’s heightened digitally aware environment, companies remain unprepared to protect themselves against an emerging, relentless cyber security danger
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Black Hat: Persistent Threat Plan

By Gregory Hale
It takes a strong-willed security team and a strong management team to let a persistent attacker
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The High-Tech Espionage Threat

U.S. companies lost $13 billion through economic espionage in the current fiscal year, the FBI said. Not only that, but
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Shortage of Cyber Experts

There is a shortage of talented computer security experts in the United States, making it difficult to protect corporate and
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Stuxnet Warfare: The Gloves are Off

Editor’s Note: This is an excerpt from Eric Byres’ Practical SCADA Security blog at Tofino Security.
By Eric
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Guilty: Scientist Sentenced for Espionage

After trying to sell space and defense secrets to Israel, a former government space scientist got 13 years in prison.
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How to Stop Stuxnet’s Children

Editor’s Note: This is an excerpt from Eric Byres’ Practical SCADA Security blog at Tofino Security. By Eric Byres
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