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Inspector General's Report On Clinton's Email Greatly Exaggerated By Media Outlets

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) released its anticipated report on the State Department's handling of email and cybersecurity. The report covers Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server, but also includes an examinationShow More Summary

State Department email audit faults Hillary Clinton

WASHINGTON — The 78-page report says the department and its secretaries were "slow to recognize and to manage effectively the legal requirements and cybersecurity risks associated with electronic data communications, particularly asShow More Summary

Clinton faulted on emails by State Department audit

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Clinton disregarded State Department cybersecurity guidelines by using a private email account and server, an internal audit found Wednesday. Her staff twice brushed aside specific concerns that she wasn’t following federal rules. Show More Summary

State Department audit faults Hillary Clinton over email use

A State Department audit has faulted Hillary Clinton and previous secretaries of state for poorly managing email and other computer information and slowly responding to new cybersecurity risks. The... To view the full story, click the title link.

$81 Million Bangladesh Bank Heist Sparks Push For Stepped-Up Cybersecurity

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The head of the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication acknowledged at least two security breaches in addition to February's spectacular theft involving Bangladesh's central bank.

House Lawmakers Turn Up Heat on FDIC Over Cybersecurity

An investigation by House lawmakers turned up “significant shortfalls” in U.S. bank regulator Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.’s cybersecurity policies, leaving it susceptible to stolen private information and regulatory data, House Republicans said Tuesday.

The Compelling Business Case for Cyberinsurance

When company directors ask me about whether or not they should purchase standalone cybersecurity insurance, I always give them two simple analogies which I think are apt here: (1) would you ever think of sitting on a board of directors...Show More Summary

Which Cybersecurity Data Should You Trust?

  Limitations of security data We are constantly battered by cybersecurity data, reports, and marketing collateral—and we shouldn’t treat all of this information equally. Security data has inherent limitations and biases, which result...Show More Summary

Notes on Cybersecurity and Pirating Music

Downloading pirated music and content is an appealing idea. However, there are several consequences to it in the form of the cyber security risks that it poses. The Internet of Things has made it easy for people to search and download with the click of a button, purportedly causing the music... Continue reading

Congress is so bad at cybersecurity, two lawmakers sent advice to colleagues

The bipartisan duo said the advice comes after recent cyberattacks against Congress and a high-profile vulnerability in phone networks.

IBM Looks to Watson to Fight Online Criminals and Filter the Flood of Security Data

Summary: Worldwide spending on cybersecurity likely topped $75 billion last year, researchers at Gartner estimated, with companies more wary than ever of the risks posed by data breaches and other digital attacks. And along with rising...Show More Summary

Where The 2016 Candidates Stand On Cybersecurity And Civil Liberties

While Trump wants to strengthen the government's surveillance and cyberattack capabilities, the Democrats have fought for civil liberties. Until the Paris and San Bernardino terror attacks, the presidential candidates in this election...Show More Summary

Is It Time to Require Companies to Share Information About Cyberattacks?

Requiring companies to report data breaches might help strengthen cybersecurity for everyone. But if attacks and responses are kept secret, it may lead to quicker fixes and less reputational harm.

IBM Looks To Watson To Fight Online Criminals And Filter The Flood Of Security Data

The company will be teaching the AI tool to read security advisories and advise system administrators on keeping out hackers. Worldwide spending on cybersecurity likely topped $75 billion last year, researchers at Gartner estimated, with companies more wary than ever of the risks posed by data breaches and other digital attacks. Read Full Story

THE COUNTRY’S IN THE VERY BEST OF HANDS: Terrifying Report: TSA’s Cybersecurity May Be Worse Than…

THE COUNTRY’S IN THE VERY BEST OF HANDS: Terrifying Report: TSA’s Cybersecurity May Be Worse Than Its Customer Service.

Crime, War and Mischief Are the Internet Norms

The big news coming out of the G7 meeting in Japan will not be about establishing international norms for cybersecurity. That will only get an honorable mention at best. But maybe it should get greater attention: the threat is real and growing. Consider just these four events of the recent past: 1. Show More Summary

Cybersecurity investment to reach $400 million due to IoT threats

The cybersecurity industry could see a boost in venture capital, thanks to new threats the Internet of Things (IoT) provide to smart homes, autonomous cars, and future factories. Investment in cybersecurity rose by 78 percent in 2015 to $228 million and Lux Research expects it to reach $400 million this year, in part because of... Show More Summary

Misconceptions about Machine Learning and Cybersecurity

by Angela Guess Sven Krasser and Dmitri Alperovitch recently wrote in Information Management, “Machine learning has never been more accessible than it is right now. Amazon utilizes it to uncover shopping habits and Netflix uses it to...Show More Summary

SecureWorks: Analysts Initiate Buy Ratings Despite Underwhelming IPO

A flood of analysts have launched buy ratings on cybersecurity firm SecureWorks (SCWX) on the heels of an unimpressive market debut. Yet the shares are falling more than 5% in recent market action.

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