February 2018

The cybersecurity industry is in desperate need of more “bureaucracy hackers” — individuals within federal and state governments who are authorities on the intricacies of policy creation and the nature of today’s rapidly-evolving technology and threat landscapes. To understand why, look no further than Georgia State Bill 315: Introduced in the Georgia state senate earlier […]

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Shutterstock Breaches of Equifax, HBO and Uber made headlines in 2017, and 2018 will have its own share of high-profile breaches. As the threat landscape continues to evolve, cybercriminals are becoming more creative and expanding their attack vectors. The industry spends billions trying to protect against every imaginable threat, but experts tell you that, no […]

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Cultural changes in cyber security are shifting the way companies delegate accountabilities James Goepel is the General Counsel (GC) and Chief Technology Officer for ClearArmor Corporation, and a member of the company’s Board of Directors. As GC, he advises the company on a wide range of legal issues, and lead negotiations with ClearArmor’s customers and […]

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U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping / Getty Images BY: Bill Gertz Follow @BillGertz February 28, 2018 5:00 am China’s government conducted cyber attacks against American businesses in violation of a U.S.-China agreement made during the Obama administration, the admiral in… read more at: http://freebeacon.com/national-security/china-violated-obama-xi-agreement-halt-cyber-theft/

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An Urgent Call Cyber warfare is as real as it gets; the flurry of cyber attacks that made headlines and disrupted industries in 2017 alone attests to that. If it was up to United Nations (U.N.) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, the globe would already have international rules to minimize damage to civilians from cyber attacks, or to […]

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President Donald Trump has not specifically directed Adm. Michael Rogers to “disrupt Russian cyberthreats where they originate,” the NSA director and head of U.S. Cyber Command said during a congressional hearing Tuesday. “I need a policy decision that indicates there is specific direction to do that,” Rogers said before the Senate Armed Services Committee. “The […]

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In response to cyber-defenders’ increasing use of AI technologies, malicious actors are discussing their potential application for criminal use. Research from Control Risks, the specialist global risk consultancy, shows that cyber-threat actors are actively exploring the development of innovative new techniques to use these technologies and tools to enhance their capabilities. For instance, in the post-infection […]

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(TNS) — U.S. Sen. Angus King is warning that not enough has been done to secure electoral systems across the country from cyberattacks by Russia or other foreign adversaries, and he says President Trump has been making the situation worse by dismissing the threat rather than marshaling a coordinated federal response. “This is such a […]

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