• Sony hack exposes poor security practices

    Sony Pictures Entertainment remains tight-lipped about its recent cyber attack, but security lessons can be drawn from what is known

    WAshford7,355 pointsBadges:
  • DNC hack raises questions about cyber attribution methods

    The hack of the Democratic National Committee has called into question methods for cyber attribution after the alleged attacker comes forward.

    Michael Heller2,370 pointsBadges:
  • Smurf Suite

    The Smurf Suite is a collection of smartphone hacking and spyware tools that can remotely activate iPhones and Android devices and collect user data through eavesdropping and data access. According to the iPhone toolkit’s documentation, it can enable access to “SMS, MMS, e-mails, web history,...

    Margaret Rouse19,755 pointsBadges:
  • Twitter forces password resets for accounts vulnerable to hackers

    Twitter cross-checks leaked user data with its records, identifying and locking a number of accounts for extra protection

    WAshford7,355 pointsBadges:
  • TeamViewer hacks have everyone placing blame

    A rash of TeamViewer hacks has led to confusion concerning what the issues are and who is responsible for user security in this case.

    Michael Heller2,370 pointsBadges:
  • Hacking back: A viable strategy or a major risk?

    Many organizations are now hacking back at attackers, in an active cyberdefense move. Expert Peter Sullivan explains the possible outcomes and drawbacks of taking action.

    ITKE409,175 pointsBadges:
  • In what scenarios should an organization consider hacking back?

    ITKE409,175 pointsBadges:
  • Cyberwar calls for software and system investment, not hacking back

    Hacking back isn't the way to win the cyberwar. Gary McGraw says building software and systems with fewer vulnerabilities is stronger protection.

    gematss345 pointsBadges:
  • House Reps tackle Rule 41 to limit government hacking

    US Reps. Poe and Conyers join Sen. Wyden's fight against changes to Rule 41 that would remove limits on government hacking, introduce companion bill to quash changes.

    Peter Loshin1,115 pointsBadges:
  • RSA 2013: Experts struggle to define offensive security, hacking back

    Is offensive security or 'hacking back' a viable cyberdefense tactic? RSA Conference 2013 experts struggled to define the terms, never mind the role they play.

    Eric Parizo2,950 pointsBadges:

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