Tag Archives: attacks

CFTC Admits We Need Tougher Cybersecurity Rules

May 03, 2013
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Twitter has been a hot topic of the latest hackivism activities in the US. Most recent attacks affected CBS News accounts and the Associated Press. A fake tweet from the AP, claimed an explosion at the White House resulting in a financial snowball effect that lead the Dow Jones to …

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China & U.S. Should Be Cyber Friends and Less Finger Pointing

Mar 18, 2013
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Newly inaugurated premier of China, Li Keqiang, released a statement Sunday saying, “I think we should not make groundless accusations against each other, and spend more time doing practical things that will contribute to cyber-security.”   Lately China has been accussed of a string of cyber security attacks against NY Times, …

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1TB of Sensitive Data Ripped Off Dailey

Feb 28, 2013
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According to the Verge, they say a security firm in Florida claimed that expert software designed to protect us from unwanted visitors or hackers, is not so safe. The firm shared in a report that approximately 1 terabyte of sensitive data per day is been stolen by overseas hackers.   Victims include the military, …

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Power Grids, Oil Refineries and Nuclear Plants at risk of Attacks

Jan 23, 2013
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The vast majority of targeted computer attacks now start with a malicious e-mail sent to a company employee. Now evidence suggests that the same technique could be used to attack watersheds, power grids, oil refineries and nuclear plants. Attackers increasingly use so-called spearphishing attacks, in which they send employees targeted …

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