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The cybersecurity industry’s billion dollar scam

The cybersecurity industry can be romanticized as a crime-fighting cabal of protectors facing off against hackers to keep the Internet safe. In this version of the story, there are good guys and bad guys, and the good guys do everything they can to keep their adversaries at bay. Show More Summary

Four Steps To Implementing New SEC Cybersecurity Guidelines

By James Hampshire LONDON – In April the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Investment Management released cybersecurity guidance for registered investment firms and advisors.  It was hardly a surprise. The SEC has shown increasing interest in cybersecurity in recent years, urging publicly traded companies to discuss cyber risks and disclose [...]

Allegis Capital’s New Fund Will Target Cybersecurity

Allegis Capital has closed on $100 million toward a new fund that will emphasize investments in cybersecurity startups.

Allegis Capital to Emphasize Cybersecurity With New Fund

Although the firm has invested in cybersecurity companies since 2000, historically, cybersecurity has been viewed as a niche.

Want to know if your employees are security savvy? Run your own phishing campaign

In a Q&A with ZDNet, the vice president of Cybersecurity Services at Fidelis explains why top-level management has to be the security-focused example for others to follow.

Top Abe Cybersecurity Adviser Says Japan Could Be Global Leader in Field

William H. Saito, the top adviser to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on cybersecurity, explains why it isn't just an issue for IT people and how Japan has a chance to become a global leader in the field.

Cybersecurity’s future will require humans and machines to work symbiotically

GUEST: Today’s mobile and cloud-enabled world offers thousands, if not millions, of touch points for hackers to attack.

The government poached a renowned Googler to launch a first-of-its-kind security program

It looks like the US government may finally be taking a proactive step with cybersecurity. The White House has poached Google employee Peiter Zatko, who just announced that he is moving from Google to a nebulous new post with the federal government. Show More Summary

Report On Sony's Cybersecurity Blunder Shows The Pitfalls of Negligence

A new report confirms that Sony was made aware of risks to their cybersecurity, illuminating the dangers of cutting corners.

O’Malley puts forward a vision for national security

Democratic presidential hopeful Martin O’Malley said Friday that climate change and cybersecurity are among the country’s emerging national security challenges and called for a “re-imagining” of the structure of U.S. military and intelligence agencies. Show More Summary

Passwords Are Dead. Here's What's Next for Cybersecurity

Traditional passwords aren't just hard to remember, they're ineffective. Here's why smartphones will be the key to the future of security.

What Will World War III Look Like?

We assume that the next world war will be a technological one, but the United States and its potential adversaries are increasingly developing tech designed to blast enemies into the past. In Ghost Fleet, real cybersecurity and war experts Peter W. Show More Summary

6 Cheap Ways to Ensure Your Cybersecurity

Getty Images By Aaron Crowe Anyone with a computer has probably been a victim of a phishing attempt, where hackers pose as a trustworthy entity and try to get your username, password, credit card details, and other sensitive information that your mom told you never to give to anyone. But mom's advice isn't enough. Show More Summary

Don’t Blame the Victim

Of course (of course!) lawmakers and headlines are referring to the Office of Personnel Management hack as a “cyber Pearl Harbor.” What we do best in the aftermath of a cybersecurity incident is analogize it to something else, preferably something deadly, in catastrophic language. Show More Summary

Yahoo's Sullivan to become Facebook's chief security officer

NEW YORK (AP) — Yahoo's cybersecurity chief says he's heading to Facebook to become its chief security officer. Alex Stamos said in a Facebook post that he will be joining the social networking company on Monday. He succeeds Joe Sullivan, who departed Facebook Inc. Show More Summary

Facebook Hires Yahoo Cybersecurity Chief

Facebook hired Alex Stamos, Yahoo's top cybersecurity executive, as its chief security officer.

USA Network picks up 'Mr. Robot' Season 2 ahead of series premiere

USA Network has already picked up a second season of its new cybersecurity drama "Mr. Robot" before its debut episode hit the airwaves.

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