Security Bytes:

November, 2018


November 30, 2018  9:30 PM

Are US hacker indictments more than Justice Theater?

Michael Heller Michael Heller Profile: Michael Heller

Hacker indictments by U.S. Justice Department haven't proven effective and now the Treasury Department is also getting in on the act with questionable sanctions. In the past five months alone, the U.S. Department of Justice has indicted at least 30 foreign individuals in connection with various...

November 29, 2018  8:07 PM

Breaking down Dell’s “potential cybersecurity incident” announcement

Rob Wright Profile: Rob Wright

With numerous regulations and laws like the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation putting pressure on enterprises to go public with cybersecurity incidents, we've seen a trend of businesses disclosing breaches first and filling in the details later. Dell provided the latest example...


November 29, 2018  5:54 PM

Will cybersecurity safety ever equal air travel safety?

Peter Loshin Peter Loshin Profile: Peter Loshin

Aviation safety provides an aspirational model of a safety success story when you consider that over the past 50 years, even as total passenger miles have exploded, commercial airline fatalities have plummeted. The commercial aviation industry has an admirable safety record, but can the lessons...


November 12, 2018  6:19 PM

Android Ecosystem Security Transparency Report is a wary first step

Michael Heller Michael Heller Profile: Michael Heller
Android, Android security, Google

Reading through Google's first quarterly Android Ecosystem Security Transparency Report feels like a mix of missed opportunities and déjà vu all over again. Much of what is in the new Android ecosystem security report is data that has been part of Google's annual Android Security


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