Posts Tagged 'cybersecurity'

Governments globally need to focus on the unintended consequences of across the board attempts to deal with deficit spending.  Saving pennies is important, but we need to make certain those savings do not cause large consequences for security that will cost much more in the long run. Cyber data breaches are a prominent topic this […]

Next month I’ll be moving back to the US after a few years living in Japan. While moving internationally can be a headache, one of the fun things about it is shopping for a new car. I’ve had my eye on a Jeep Wrangler and have been weighing the pros and cons of getting an […]

No good comes of breaches. Accessing and publicly revealing information meant to be private is rarely appropriate, and sometimes it can be downright ugly. The latest incident to fall into this category? A recent breach of an online cheating site, affecting up to 37 million people. Here’s what you need to know. On Sunday night, […]

A quiet, professional cyberespionage group steals what every company wants to keep secret: valuable information that drives business. Welcome to the new normal. Corporate cyberespionage made the front page yesterday with the news of Morpho, also known as Wild Neutron. Regardless of what you call it, these revelations were the latest reminder of the growing […]

Last week, cybersecurity journalist Brian Krebs reported that as of late, we have seen an unusually high number of cybercriminal cases result in serious sentences. He’s right. The creator behind Blackshades, a remote spying tool, was sentenced, along with several high-scale hacker thieves. It was a good reminder that efforts against cybercrime, while they may […]