September 2017

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RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has announced up to 60 new cybersecurity jobs in Richmond. The governor said Wednesday that media company Thomson Reuters will start an internal cybersecurity center in the city with the help of state assistance. McAuliffe has made promoting the state’s cybersecurity industry a top priority and touted the […]

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As we saw earlier this week, the cyber security industry is looking for new blood in order to solve the skills crisis. Another study this week by security and compliance firm Tripwire underlines this, with 81 percent of existing security professionals believing that the skills required for the job have changed in the past few […]

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The energy sector in North America and Europe is being targeted by a re-emerging cyber espionage ring known as Dragonfly, a new report from Symantec reveals, with the group becoming more active this year after several years of inactivity. “The Dragonfly group appears to be interested in both learning how energy facilities operate and also […]

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Fotolia Israel leads the world in cyber/technology innovation. Cyber warfare is a relatively new kind of war that transcends the typical “declaration” that previous wars have had in the past. The war never officially started, yet its investment began more than a decade ago. In cyber warfare there are no rules, and no regulations. More […]

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European Union defense ministers have gathered in the Estonian capital, Tallinn, for an informal meeting that included a cyberexercise aimed at testing the bloc’s ability to respond to a potential attack by hackers on its military structures. The September 7 training exercise was dubbed EU CYBRID 2017 — a reference to a mix of cyber […]

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European Union defense ministers have been taking part in a simulated cyber attack exercise today for the first time to practice strategic decision making and crisis-management under pressure of a (mock) cyber-attack against the bloc’s military structures. The two-hour war game exercise, named EU CYBRID 2017, was held in Tallinn, Estonia, where the EU defense ministers […]

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