An attack which took place against Google exposed sensitive data concerning U.S. surveillance targets.
Would retaliatory attacks make hackers think twice?
A new report claims that a number of U.S.-based utilities are fending off cyberattacks on a daily basis.
I've got to admit - I love my Google Glass. A little awkward and geeky looking, yes, but for a geek like me that's part of the appeal. There's one thing I don't like about them though, and that's that I can't wear them with my glasses, and I hate wearing contacts. Show More Summary
…and now Rich is dealing with an entire family of “sick”. Zach must be empathizing, as he’s also a bit under the weather, but joins Martin for a romp through this week’s stories. Network Security Podcast, Episode 313, May 21, 2013 Time: 41:13 Show notes: Is It Wrong to Use Data From the World’s First [...]
In this news segment from New York’s Fox affiliate, correspondent Dan Bowens takes a look at how some modern parents are turning to technology to keep informed and keep their kids safe. Decades ago, parenting was straightforward, notes Daniel Sherman, a New York-area father of four: “When I was a kid, it was just like, ‘Alright. Show More Summary
No-swipe payment system swipes customers’ money; Big Apple worries that e-voting will take a bite out of mayoral election
Plus: Eavesdrop-ready Internet is a disaster waiting to happen
Austrian utilities suffer unexplained “software failure,” GM and Chrysler issue recalls, Atmos Energy customers charged too much
Plus: The NSA wrote the book on cybercrime
North Carolina and Ohio also struggle with government IT projects
Lingering after-effects of Chicago Options Exchange and H&R Block tech issues
Plus: U.S. wants more snooping capability, online image booster hacked
HealthCorpus aims to enhance healthcare communication
Plus: Glitches open prison doors, keep people off juries
Plus: Critical infrastructure left unguarded, and cyberthieves hunt from up close
A rogue AP tweet roils Wall Street; algorithmic trading on machine readable news partially to blame
Facial recognition software didn't spot the Boston Marathon bombers; armchair "investigators" found too much
H&R Block sued over refund delays, Minnesota math test hit by server issue, and NH MMIS has problems after all
Plus: Small companies under attack; sophisticated UK malware; phishy IRS e-mails