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Brian Honan to be inducted to Infosecurity Europe Hall of Fame
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Brian Honan to be inducted to Infosecurity Europe Hall of Fame

Brian Honan, BH Consulting Joining luminaries such as Mikko Hypponen, Bruce Schneier and Whitfield Diffie Print Print Pro Read More: Brian Honan cybersecurity Hall of Fame Infosecurity Europe People security 19 April 2016 | ... TechCentral.ie, 1 week ago

'Everything Old is New Again', says F-Secure's Mikko Hypponen

In many ways, everything old is new again. These were the words of keynote speaker Mikko Hypponen at the Cloud Security Expo in London this week. In his presentation Behind Enemy Lines Hypponen, chief research officer at F-Secure , explored ...
 Infosecurity Today2 weeks ago
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German Nuclear Plant Hit By Computer Viruses

Computer viruses have infected PCs used at a German nuclear power plant.The viruses were found on office computers and in a system used to model the movement of nuclear fuel rods.Power firm RWE said the infection posed no threat to the plant because ...
 Cyber Parse3 days ago Computer viruses infect nuclear plant  BBC3 days ago

PC Ghostbusters

A black sedan is parked alongsidethe road incentral Moscow. Inside there is a man witha laptop PC. He types a few words inthe command line and all ofa sudden a green lamp starts blinking ona grey box installed ona nearby lamp post. What may sound ...
 Sputnik2 days ago
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German Nuclear Plant Security Alert: Computers Found To Be Infected With Viruses, USB Drives In Plant Also Hiding Malware

A security alert was issued at a German nuclear power plant after remote-access trojans and file-stealing malware were found on a computer system that monitors the plant's fuel rods. The incident took place at the Gundremmigen facility which is ...
 Inquisitr3 days ago Concerns Raised Over Malware in German Nuclear Plant  Security Week3 days ago Computer viruses infect German nuclear plant, says operator  Times of Oman4 days ago German Nuclear Power Plant Confirms It Was Infected With Computer Viruses  Zero Hedge4 days ago
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Bangladesh Bank hackers compromised SWIFT software with bespoke malware

Bit by bit, indications about how the attackers who targeted Bangladesh's central bank managed to take off with some $80 milllion (of the nearly $1 billion they aimed for) via fraudulent transfers are coming to light. First it was established ...
 Net Security6 days ago

ImageWare Systems, Inc. (IWSY: OTCQB) | Scott Suhy, CEO, NetWatcher, Plus, ImageWare, Route1, and FBI Veteran Steve Cocco Talk About Security Threats and Solutions on SecuritySolutionsWatch.com

- ImageWare Systems (OTCQB: IWSY); Route1 (TSX VENTURE: ROI) THANK YOU FOR JOINING US "IN THE BOARDROOM" Jim Miller ImageWare Chairman and CEO ( www.securitystockwatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_ImageWare.html ) Scott Suhy, Chief ...
 OTC Markets1 week ago Scott Suhy, CEO, NetWatcher, Plus, ImageWare, Route1, and FBI Veteran Steve Cocco Talk About Security Threats and Solutions on SecuritySolutionsWatch.com  Nasdaq1 week ago
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Hack The Pentagon' Bug Bounty Program Kicks Off: Win $150K By Hacking Your Way Through Government Websites

The Pentagon recently opened up the Hack the Pentagon bug bounty pilot program. The initiative promises to pay hackers who break into some federal websites, thus helping to expose cybersecurity threats on the more sensitive official webpages. ...
 Tech Times1 week ago
VOA News

US Officials Invite Hackers to Attack Pentagon

Every year, the Pentagon spends hundreds of millions of dollars protecting its computer systems from hackers. But for the next few weeks, U.S. defense officials are changing their strategy: they're inviting hackers to attack the Pentagon. The "Hack ...
 VOA News1 week ago

Phoning 'home': What your mobile may be giving away

SINGAPORE - When popular Chinese handset maker Xiaomi Inc admitted that its devices were sending users'personal information back to a server in China, it prompted howls of protest and an investigation by Taiwan's government. The affair has also ...
 Asiaone1 month ago
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