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Cyberespionage

Is there a difference between cyberespionage and the run-of-the-mill cyber criminal? Does it matter?
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Cyberespionage

Keynote: Ari Schwartz, Managing Director of Cybersecurity Services, Venable LLC Platinum Sponsor: TrendMicro
Arresting cyberespionage
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Arresting cyberespionage

If ever there was any doubt whether the security industry had found a way to stop cyberespionage, the activities of the past few months should put that to rest. Hactivist groups Anonymous and LulzSec have made it clear that no computer network, not even those of security companies, are immune from penetration. Enhanced spam-filtering technology and increased user awareness are critical in combatting cyber offenses, but companies must assume their systems are already breached and should therefore analyze their network for inappropriate activity. Perhaps today's top challenge facing senior IT personnel is to get the C-suite to sign off on implementing a 24/7 security system before the enterprise suffers a breach.
Huawei responds to allegations of NSA hacking
Government/Defense, Security News

China cyberespionage efforts increase following Trump presidency after brief pause

China has accelerated its cyberespionage efforts after a hiatus that began in 2015 when then President Obama struck an agreement to end China’s practice of cyberespionage attacks against American firms, military contractors and government agencies to steal designs, technology and corporate secrets, usually on behalf of China’s state-owned firm. Officials debate the cause for the…
Cyberespionage: Raids from afar
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Cyberespionage: Raids from afar

Cyberespionage attacks have been going on for years, although they haven't received much public disclosure or attention. But, an attack on Google and several other large companies early in 2010 changed that for the American multinational corporate stage. The so-called Aurora breach brought attention to the use of computers to invade domains anywhere in the world - to gather intellectual property, to jam up network operations, to siphon off financial assets, or any number of other misdeeds. And these efforts are growing. With the low-cost of computing resources, nearly anyone with some technical sense and a will to do harm can participate. To thwart such intrusions, proper risk management and layered security are key factors cited by some experts in this latest eBook from SC Magazine.
APTs/cyberespionage, Security News

U.S. may be preparing to indict Chinese nationals for cyberespionage

Reportedly the Trump administration is preparing to take action to counter what U.S. officials say are China’s continued efforts to steal American trade secrets. The Washington Post is reporting the Department of Justice will announce indictments of the malicious actors working for Chinese intelligence agencies that are suspected of operating cyberespionage campaigns against U.S. targets.…
Security News

2 minutes on…The rise of cyberespionage

Warnings about the dire consequences of cyber-espionage and its affect on the national security of the United States and the business activities of American companies should be taken very seriously.
APTs/cyberespionage, Government, Government/Defense, Security News

Report: Iran claims to have thwarted a U.S. cyberespionage operation

Iran is reportedly claiming that it successfully uprooted a CIA-led cyberespionage operation and arrested several U.S. spies in the process. “One of the most complicated CIA cyberespionage networks that had an important role in the CIA’s operations in different countries was exposed by the Iranian intelligence agencies a while ago and was dismantled,” said Ali…
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