Cyber Security

Canada throws money at cybersecurity shortcomings

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The Canadian government has unlocked $155 million in funding to bolster cyber security, just as the Auditor General issued a negative report.

Debate: A White House order on cyber security

Debate: A White House order on cyber security would be a step in the right direction for safeguarding networks.

Video: Borrowing cyber security tactics from the military

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In this video Stonesoft's director of cyber security, Jarno Limnell, comes to the SC Magazine offices to discuss military cyber security strategies that can be implemented by the enterprise.

DHS awards contracts for cyber security innovation

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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security awarded 34 contracts to secure domestic critical infrastructure.

Air Force Association receives $1 million grant for CyberPatriot contest

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The Northrup Grumman Foundation has contributed $1 million to the Air Force Association toward the growing CyberPatriot competition.

Infrastructure wake up call

Infrastructure wake up call

The increasing connectedness of infrastructure increases the cascading effect an attack can have on other infrastructure sectors and capabilities.

Cyber security market to reach $120B by 2017

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Driven by increasing use of cloud and mobile services, and cyber criminal activity from hacktivists, terrorist groups, nation-state actors and those out for financial gain, the global cyber security market is expected to grow by 11.3 percent each year.

Offensive line: Fighting back against hackers

Offensive line: Fighting back against hackers

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The only way to gain the upper hand on today's advanced adversaries is by being proactive -- even aggressive, a tactic that can take many forms, says Joel Yonts, CISO of an automotive supply company.

Me and my job: Matthew Dosmann, lieutenant colonel, U.S. Army

Me and my job: Matthew Dosmann, lieutenant colonel, U.S. Army

Me and my job: Matthew Dosmann, lieutenant colonel, U.S. Army

Report says cyber security still takes a backseat for major companies

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A recent study finds that major enterprises have yet to catch on to the importance of cyber security.

Threat of the month: Chrome exploit

Threat of the month: Chrome exploit

Attention executives: Make sense of security (finally)

Attention executives: Make sense of security (finally)

Boardrooms are finally buzzing with serious discussion around cyber security as countless high-profile breaches have produced massive loss.

New anti-bot code of conduct approved by FCC

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The Anti-Bot Code of Conduct has been approved by the FCC, giving ISPs a blueprint on managing botnet threats.

White House appoints new federal CTO

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President Obama named Todd Park as the federal government's new chief technology officer, replacing Aneesh Chopra, who resigned last month.

RSA Conference 2012: Cyber crime's biggest enemy is collaboration

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While anti-malware strategies and new technology may stump cyber criminals, it's public collaboration they should fear.

Sponsors say new Senate cyber bill less costly for business

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A group of Republican senators on Thursday introduced a competing bill to the bipartisan Cybersecurity Act of 2012, which was unveiled two weeks ago.

RSA Conference 2012: Swapping info on the smart grid

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Standards and policy leaders are concerned about the lack of threat intelligence on smart grid.

Deception and the art of cyber security

To thrwart web attackers, organizations must think like a criminal and turn to tricks that will stop attackers in their tracks -- or even make them believe that they are succeeding.

SDA, McAfee mark Canada's card

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Canada received a mediocre ranking in cyber security, according to a new report ranking countries on their security stance.

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