Posts Tagged 'cyber espionage'
The Intel Security Advanced Threat Research Team has discovered a critical signature forgery vulnerability in the Mozilla Network Security Services (NSS) crypto library that could allow malicious parties to set up fraudulent sites masquerading as legitimate businesses and other organizations. The Mozilla NSS library, commonly utilized in the Firefox web browser, can also be found […]
Last time, I noted the prominence of cyber espionage, who and what is targeted, and the embarrassing time it takes to detect attacks. Here are three more observations to take away from this year’s Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report. The curse of human weaknesses Even with all the latest headlines, sadly the Verizon report found that […]
At Intel Security, we believe the Innovation Economy relies on security for organizations and individuals to innovate and execute through technology. The entrepreneur in his garage can’t bring new disruptive ideas to life without the ability to securely develop and protect his intellectual property. The bio tech researcher can’t bring her innovative new wonder drug […]
The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics may well prove to be the most watched games of all time; in more ways than one. Ever since the terrorist attack at the 1972 Summer Olympic Games in Munich, host nations have routinely raised the security bar, beginning with wiretaps, around-the-clock surveillance of activist organizations, and a stepped up […]
It’s no irony that the most disruptive of innovative startups are some of the most attractive targets for cyber-attacks. It is indeed an irony that an emerging venture’s rush to get IT capabilities up and running could result in a significant number of security vulnerabilities. Consider this an issue of both culture and execution. Given […]