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Hong Kong pro-democracy activists suspect Beijing of monitorin...

London December 15, 2014 Last Updated at 14:59 IST Pro-democracy protest leaders in Hong Kong suspect Beijing of monitoring them covertly, a report said. Lester Shum, a recently elected student leader said that he found a warning in his email box ... Business Standard India, 2 days ago
SC Magazine US

Reboot 25: Honorable mention

Hang around IT security long enough and several of the same names keep popping up. With good reason. They have both vision and influence and they aren't afraid to use them. Employing an active defense strategy into cyber intrusions, Dmitri ...
 SC Magazine US1 week ago

Bangkok hotel is one crime scene in Sony hack

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK The computer hackers drilled into the network at the elegant St. Regis Bangkok that night and, with a keystroke, laid bare the secrets of Sony Pictures Entertainment. What had begun with a secret incursion into the Hollywood ...
 Japan Times1 week ago Sony's DarkSeoul Breach Stretched From Thai Hotel to Hollywood  Washington Post1 week ago Sony's breach 'stretched from Thai hotel to Hollywood'  Bangkok Post1 week ago Sony's breach stretched from Thai hotel to Hollywood  Bangkok Post1 week ago
Malay Mail

Cyber security experts remain puzzled by Sony's cyber attack

An entrance gate to Sony Pictures Entertainment at the Sony Pictures lot is pictured in Culver City, California. —Reuters pic BANGKOK, Dec 8 — The computer hackers drilled into the network at the elegant St. Regis Bangkok that night and, with a ...
 Malay Mail1 week ago

The Man Whose Mission Is to Stop Consumer Crime Online

Credit: Photograph by John Loomis "Some people think I'm stupid for what I do, but I tend to think they overplay the risks," says Brian Krebs , the internet's most prolific computer-crime journalist. It's early fall in Virginia, and Krebs is ...
 Mens Journal1 week ago

Iran may resume cyberattacks on U.S. if nuclear deal is not reached

Cybersecurity Published 25 November 2014 A failure for the United States to reach a nuclear deal with Iran could result in more cyberattacks against U.S. companies, House Intelligence Committeechairman Mike Rogers (R-Michigan) said. Cyberattacks by ...
 Homeland Security News Wire3 weeks ago

Are e-cigs bad for your computer?

File: A delegate holds up an e-cigarette during The E-Cigarette Summit in London. LEON NEAL/AFP/ Hackers have been known to place malicious software in thumb drives and bury it in innocuous-looking e-mails. But now it appears theyve come up with ...
 Washington Post3 weeks ago

CORRECTED-UPDATE 5-U.S. accuses China of cyber spying on American companies

(Corrects sixth paragraph to show that not all victims had filed trade cases) May 19 (Reuters) - The United States on Monday charged five Chinese military officers and accused them of hacking into American nuclear, metal and solar companies to ...
 CNBC3 weeks ago U.S. accuses China of cyber spying on American companies  Investing.com3 weeks ago US accuses China of cyber spying on American companies  Moneycontrol.com3 weeks ago CORRECTED-UPDATE 5-US accuses China of cyber spying ...  Reuters3 weeks ago
International Business Times Australia

Chinese hacking groups target Australian media ahead of G20

November 14, 2014 A Chinese hacking group, believed to be affiliated with the Chinese Government, has penetrated Australian media organisations ahead of this weekend's G20 meeting. Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder of CrowdStrike, told the ABC's ...
 IT Security Guru1 month ago Chinese Hackers Target Australian Media Agencies Ahead Of G20 Summit  International Business Times Australia1 month ago Chinese hacker group Deep Panda allegedly attacked Australian sites  Mashable1 month ago Chinese hackers 'breach Australian media' ahead of G20  ABC Online1 month ago

Hacker Wars: Companies Fight Back With Counter-Intelligence

ROME, N.Y. — One Monday last June, 16 workers logged into their computers at the defense contractor Exelis and found emails from a financial consultant who was advising them on a subsidiary's planned spinoff. The message, sent the day before, ...
 NBCNews.com1 month ago
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