Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
cybersecurity 2010, Security Squad
Pete Lindstrom, a research director at Spire Security joins the editorial team to talk about the top IT security news stories of 2010.
Google Aurora: Targeted attacks against Google, Adobe and possibly dozens of other firms used an unpatched vulnerability in Internet Explorer, according to researchers at McAfee.
CSIS/McAfee Critical infrastructure survey/study: IT and security executives at firms that own critical infrastructure facilities are concerned about the lack of security protecting underlying management systems from attack.
Stuxnet: The Stuxnet Trojan remains a threat to a small group of critical infrastructure facilities, but experts say future malware writers may attempt to copy its processes.