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  • How do you know if your computer has been hacked into?

    I have a few error messages coming up on my laptop screen saying someone is trying to hack into your computer. I thought it was just a virus. Does anyone know if it was a virus or was someone really trying to hack in?

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  • Cyber Attack Analysis

    Why has cyber attacks increased since 2008?

    kreali5 pointsBadges:
  • What do you think of the NSA programs that monitor Internet activity and phone records?

    After news broke of the U.S. National Security Agencies (NSA) access to information from a large segment of Internet traffic (social media and domestic companies), discussions about national security and online privacy issues have reached a new high. What do you think of the NSA programs that...

    Michael Tidmarsh32,040 pointsBadges:
  • Information engineering and cybersecurity

    Is computer and information engineering a part of cybersecurity? If yes tell me why and in which subject please?

    meshaa40 pointsBadges:
  • What should I do to stop people from hacking or tampering my computer?

    I did a chat in a website with a person. Just after few days after, my computer started showing error certificates. (We had Kaspersky internet security set up in it). After that, my CMOS battery failed. I couldn't use Mozilla Firefox and a lots more has changed. Now what should I do to stop this...

    Kittu15Tamilnadu25 pointsBadges:
  • What can CIOs do to counter the spread of cyber attacks?

    With Jeep and Burger King becoming the recent victims of a hacker attack, cybersecurity has become the focus point for many enterprises and CIOs. What should CIOs do to counter the spread of cyber attacks? Can anything be done at all?

    Michael Tidmarsh32,040 pointsBadges:
  • Cybersecurity

    What is cybersecurity?

    MONIKABHATHEJA5 pointsBadges:
  • Is it time for your company to have cyber liability insurance?

    In a recent survey by the Ponemon Institute, companies now view cyber security risks as outweighing natural disasters and other major business risks. Along those lines, with data breaches becoming such a huge liability, 31% of companies have cyber liability policies in place. Is it time for your...

    Michael Tidmarsh32,040 pointsBadges:
  • Is the government heading in the right direction to take on cybersecurity?

    Many experts have called the past few months the "summer of cybersecurity" after the tide of online risk continues to become a worldwide concern. This week, the federal government took steps to improve online security as the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced a $6 billion contract with...

    Michael Tidmarsh32,040 pointsBadges:
  • What’s your take on DefCon asking Feds to stay away from the conference?

    After DefCon founder Jeff Moss' announcement that Feds should skip the hacker conference, the SearchSecurity team asked Trey Ford, General Manager at Black Hat, what Black Hat's stance on the issue. His response: All Feds are welcome. With all the hoopla surround the NSA, what's your take on DefCon...

    Michael Tidmarsh32,040 pointsBadges:
  • What type of leadership would be most successful against the threat of cyber-attacks?

    "We don't look out very well to the future…Without accountable leaders, I don't think we'll make much progress." This was one of the powerful messages from Ret. U.S. Navy Admiral Michael G. Mullen, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who stressed the importance of leadership and...

    Michael Tidmarsh32,040 pointsBadges:
  • Is society prepared for a kinetic cyber attack?

    During this year's RSA Conference, security experts Ed Skoudis and Johannes Ullrich detailed how everything from an industrial control system to big financial institutions are vulnerable to a widespread cyber kinetic attack. Skoudis also expressed concerns that society continues to ignore the risks...

    Michael Tidmarsh32,040 pointsBadges:
  • What impact will President Obama’s cybersecurity order have on the industry?

    President Obama issued his long awaited Cybersecurity executive order which is aimed at improving public-private information sharing. However, many skeptics believe this order won't get anything done. Do you think Obama's executive order will go through? What impact will it have on the...

    Michael Tidmarsh32,040 pointsBadges:
  • What security trend worries you the most for 2013?

    According to a recent TechTarget survey, compliance, viruses and mobile were among the top security priorities for respondents and their companies in 2013. What security trend worries you the most in 2013? Will companies see an increase in cyber attacks this year?

    Michael Tidmarsh32,040 pointsBadges:
  • What skills would be most valuable for the cyber force?

    A lack of people with the appropriate skills is widely acknowledged on both sides of the Atlantic as being a major challenge to bringing national cyber defense capabilities up to standard. What skills would be most valuable for the force look for in potential hires?

    Michael Tidmarsh32,040 pointsBadges:
  • How will you protect yourself from a cyber attack?

    According to Symantec, cyber crime will become the 'norm' in 2013 as more nations and groups will use cyber tactics to destroy sensitive funds and information. The company anti-virus company believes the top threat will come from hacktivist groups, who will specialize in attacks on individuals and...

    Michael Tidmarsh32,040 pointsBadges:
  • Encryption by Law? If so, what strength or type?

    Should encryption be explicitly proscribed in Data Security and Privacy legislation like the Massachusetts Data Prvacy Law and the White House cybersecurity initiative? If so, what strength or method? Should there be a minimum strength? What do you think? Troy Tate, thanks, are you recommending the...

    SarahCortes30 pointsBadges:
  • Indicators your computer has been hacked

    What are some indicators that your PC (XP) has been/is being hacked. EX: I was surfing (MozFire) and the browser seemed to freeze momentarily. I closed and reopened, but when I ended my session I noticed my PC clock had frozen for an hour, I started session at 11:10. I ended at 1:05 but the clock...

    AndricVes15 pointsBadges:
  • Open IT Forum: How are you protecting yourself from a password attack?

    From online banking to email accounts, passwords have become a very important part of our everyday lives. This week, we posted an infographic that shows how passwords are at greater risk than ever before. How are you protecting yourself from a password attack?

    Michael Tidmarsh32,040 pointsBadges:
  • Encryption by Law? If so, what strength or type?

    Should encryption be explicitly proscribed in Data Security and Provacy legislation like the Massachusetts Data Prvacy Law and the White House cybersecurity initiative? If so, what strength or method? Should there be a minimum strength? What do you think?

    SarahCortes30 pointsBadges:
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