ESET, a Slovakian anti-virus software maker, and Dragos Inc, a U.S. critical-infrastructure security firm, released detailed analyzes of the malware, known as Industroyer or Crash Override, and issued private alerts to governments and infrastructure operators to help them defend against the threat. … read more at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/malware-power-grid_us_593fa144e4b0b13f2c6d9285

Updated 19 minutes ago Carnegie Mellon University’s cyber security rapid response team has its second new director since February, the school announced Tuesday. Roberta G. “Bobbie” Stempfley will take over as head of CMU’s Software Engineering Institute’s CERT Division. The CERT Division works with federal agencies including the Department of Defense and FBI to study, […]

Julien Blanchez, Global Security Compliance Strategist, Google “Everybody is faced with a leap of faith in terms of keeping assets secure against cyber-attacks. Slowly people are realising that they need to put their data on to someone else’s infrastructure. That is a big evolution now, and there is a huge amount of trust and reputation […]

The 21st century is a dicey time for the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Not only is it under assault politically, by an American President who seems only weakly committed to the principles of collective security, but also digitally, as new cyberthreats become just as challenging as anything involving tanks, guns and planes. So how is […]

Estonia’s leading cybersecurity officials view Russia as the biggest threat to the country’s data security as it prepares to assume the European Union presidency, amid growing global concerns about Russia’s cyber influence. “Information warfare will be the biggest fear” in the coming year as Estonia assumes the EU presidency for the remainder of 2017, with […]

Estonia’s leading cybersecurity officials view Russia as the biggest threat to the country’s data security as it prepares to assume the European Union presidency, amid growing global concerns about Russia’s cyber influence. “Information warfare will be the biggest fear” in the coming year as Estonia assumes the EU presidency for the remainder of 2017, with […]