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Cybersecurity takes the stage

No longer just the concern of IT, cybersecurity is the bad boy headliner that dominates centerstage and all stages beyond.  Teri Robinson reports.  At the recent Lonestar Blues and Heritage Festival in, where else, Texas, fans bounced between the main stage where headliners strutted their stuff and the porch stage where more modest acts plucked their guitars – and…
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Busted! 2019’s top cybercrime news

Spies, whistleblowers, students, executives and every variety of scammer. It seems no one was immune from the long arm of the law, or at least, the indictment, in 2019. Many are in custody, some have been sentenced and others remain at large.  Julian Assange  In what might have been the most anticipated arrest in 2019,…
PowerPlayer, Security News, Women in Security

Women in Security: PowerPlayers

No doubt about it, these women, with their diverse backgrounds and different career trajectories, are powerhouses in the cybersecurity field. Dawn Beyersenior fellow, Lockheed Martin Dawn Beyer didn’t know it when she left her Florida home at age 17 some 30 years ago to go into the Air Force, but she was about to embark…
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Women in Security – Advocates

Women in the cybersecurity industry couldn’t thrive without advocates like the five women honored here. Nada Marie Anid vice president for strategic communications and external affairs, New York Institute of Technology The first female dean of the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) School of Engineering and Computing Sciences, Nada Marie Anid has been a…
Cybercrime, Security News

The Criminal Element Gets Its Due

Attribution is difficult and sometimes it seems that cybercriminals are beyond the long arm of the law. But hackers – some even foreign nationals – were increasingly brought to justice on both sides of the Atlantic in 2018 for various cybercrimes. They were indicted, arrested, convicted and, in many cases, sentenced and jailed for a…
Cybercrime, Security News

To catch a cyberthief

Any long-time fan of Law & Order is intimately knowledgeable with how the American legal system operates –  well at least on TV. Almost every episode starts out with some poor soul found dead, dying or badly beaten. Investigators show up, there is some witty banter about the victim, despite the still-warm body lying there…
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Where do nation-states fit into the ecosystem?

While official governments generally are smart enough not to directly employ attackers to carry out their missives, none of the researchers discovered smoking guns linking criminal operations to official governments. Still, intermediaries typically contact “hackers for hire engaged with bodies potentially representing nation states,” McAfee’s Raj Samani says. It’s only “logical for any nation state…
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Cybersecurity legislation 2018

It’s the law…almost2018 may go down as the year the EU’s GDPR went into effect but legislators domestically kept busy introducing and passing legislation meant to bolster the U.S.’s cybersecurity and privacy postures. California Privacy ActAfter a rush to get legislation done so a ballot measure slated for the November election could be pulled by…
Security News

WEIRDEST cybersecurity news 2018

With all the serious talk of costly data breaches, threats to critical infrastructure and Russian trolls interfering with elections, sometimes it’s helpful to remember that there’s a lighter side to cybersecurity as well. Here are some of the weirdest stories from the past year that hopefully will put a little smile on your face before…
Security News

Land of the giants – Cybersecurity in 2018

2018 threw some cybersecurity curve balls but it also looked a lot like 2017…only bigger. Teri Robinson reports. Once upon a time, a Starwood breach exposed 500 million customers… $3.2 billion was lost to phishing attacks… 2.3 billion account credentials were compromised… A ransomware attack on the Sacramento Bee exposed the records of 19.5 million…
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