The biggest problem with corporate information security programs and policies is the lack of standardized processes, uniform control points and comprehensive testing.
While the investigation is just beginning into the massive espionage toolkit known as Flame, which has targeted computers, mainly in Iran, it is important to consider the consequences of this malware.
Symantec confirmed late Thursday that hackers did in fact compromise a portion of its source code, but the stolen code is related to two enterprise security products that have been discontinued.
New courses in cybersecurity are being rolled out to foster the next generation of cyber warriors to defend the U.S.
A U.S. military spokeswoman said a "credential stealer," not a keylogger, was responsible, and that no missions were impacted.
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