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U.S. Intelligence Implicates North Korea In Sony Hack

14 hours agoTechnology : ReadWriteWeb

Just as Sony Pictures canned the premiere of The Interview, the film that triggered its now-infamous cyber attack, U.S. intelligence sources told The New York Times Wednesday that North Korea was indeed “centrally involved” in the hack. Show More Summary

U.S. Govt: North Korea Secret ‘Unit 121’ Carried Out Sony Cyber Attack — And They’ve Done It Before

North Korea, as had been suspected, was behind the massive cyber attack on Sony Pictures, the United States government has concluded. According to a report Wednesday on the Wall Street Journal website, a secret intelligence division within the North Korean General Bureau of Reconnaissance known as “Unit 121? planned and carried out the hack that U.S. Show More Summary

Chinese Cyber Attack Could Shut Down U.S. Electric Power Grid

Welcome to the increasingly dangerous world of cyber-warfare. The latest version; a western intelligence agency of unknown origin( according to the Financial Times of London) is infecting the internet service providers and sovereign telecoms operations of Russia, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Mexico and Ireland. To what end is not known, though the cyber security company Symantec […]

"Regin" World's Most Advanced Cyber Snoop Hits Russia, 4 Other Countries; Western Intelligence Agency Likely Responsible

Telecom companies in Russia and Saudi Arabia have been hit by the world's most sophisticated hacking software to date.Symantec believes a Western intelligence agency is responsible.Please consider World’s Most Advanced Hacking Spyware...Show More Summary

NSA Director Says US Infrastructure Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks

At a hearing held by the US House intelligence committee yesterday, NSA/USCYBERCOM director Adm. Michael Rogers said China and a couple other countries (whose name is classified) have the capabilities to possibly shut down critical/industrial systems in the United States such as part of the electric grid. AP | C-Span video (segment 29 minutes in). […]

NSA director warns that China could shut the U.S. electric grid down

Admiral Michael Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency and commander of the U.S.Cyber Command, warned the House Intelligence Committee Tuesday that the threat of a cyber attack on the U.S. is "so real," and that an international code in the cyber realm is urgently needed. Show More Summary

Russian 'Satellite Catcher' Test a Step Toward Advanced Cyber Attacks?

America’s near-total dependence on satellites for the most important elements of national security – secure communications, reconnaissance, intelligence gathering and navigation – has naturally attracted our adversaries’ efforts to counter our space-based advantages. Show More Summary

The guide to tightening your social media security

This post is part of a new series titled “Business Social,” and is brought to you by Hootsuite. The Internet is a dangerous place—and no brand is safe. As IBM’s Security Services 2014 Cyber Security Intelligence index points out, there were 1.5 million cyber attacks in the United States in 2013. Show More Summary

ETC: Israeli cyber-security researchers remotely hack a car

Former members of an Israeli intelligence unit dedicated to thwarting cyber crimes announced Friday they had remotely hacked into a vehicle that contained an aftermarket device with a big security hole. Once they exploited the vulnerability...Show More Summary

The King of Credit Card Fraud

This guy made credit card crime look so easy that it can tempt a financially strapped, law-abiding citizen into repeating the same kind of crimes -- if he had the intelligence to do so. But too bad for cyber crook Albert Gonzalez, because...Show More Summary

The King of Credit Card Fraud

This guy made credit card crime look so easy that it can tempt a financially strapped, law-abiding citizen into repeating the same kind of crimes -- if he had the intelligence to do so. But too bad for cyber crook Albert Gonzalez, because...Show More Summary

Why America Is Losing The Online War With ISIS

Jeff Bardin is the Chief Intelligence Officer of cyber intelligence service Treadstone 71 Every month, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, better known as ISIS, recruits up to 3,400 people via a well-organized and highly successful social media and online campaign. Show More Summary

Former DHS Chief Ridge Introduces Cyber Solutions

First U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge Partners with Five Lloyd’s Syndicates to Offer ‘Intelligent’ Cyber Insurance. Ridge Insurance Solutions Company

Former Cyber Spook Quits Darktrace CEO Role

Andrew France, the former deputy director for Cyber Defence Operations at British intelligence agency GCHQ, said he is stepping aside after less than a year at Darktrace, a Cambridge, England-based technology cyber security firm backed by former Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch.

Data Resolve Technologies, the only Indian company solving the problem of end point security using cloud

Started by IIT Kharagpur alumni, Data Resolve Technologies is an emerging player in the area of Cyber Security and Cyber Intelligence that Article originally at -

Did someone hack Google Translate?

4 months agoOdd : TYWKIWDBI

From Krebs on Security:It all started a few months back when I received a note from Lance James, head of cyber intelligence at Deloitte. James pinged me to share something discovered by FireEye researcher Michael Shoukry and anotherShow More Summary

Anonymous Declares Cyber War In Israel; Downs Mossad Site

Hacker Anonymous downed not only the site of Mossad, the country’s intelligence agency, but also other key government sites. Anonymous has launched a full-frontal assault on the Israeli government’s web presence over recent events in Gaza. It’s alleged that the attacks were sparked by the death of Tayeb Abu Shehada, 22, a Palestinian protestor shot [...]

UK Intelligence Has Endorsed Cyber Security Courses For Wannabe Spies

4 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The UK i ntelligence agency GCHQ has accredited six British Master's degrees in Cyber Security as meeting its " stringent criteria" for training young Cyber Security staff. And, presumably, future spies. Read more...

Ex-Cyber Spy’s Message to Board Members: You’re Not OK

Andrew France spent 30 years at the U.K. government's signals intelligence agency, GCHQ, as its Deputy Director for Cyber Defense Operations. Now he's the CEO of cyber-security firm Darktrace. Cybercrime, he says, is now a boardroom issue.

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