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Eye on Cybersecurity

The Russian bear in the room

I love our big ole’ bear who hails from Russia that illustrates our lead feature online and in our more traditional hard copy edition this month. He’s cheeky, haughty, seemingly quite savvy and definitely bold. These traits are trying to be conveyed with purpose, as he’s supposed to visually represent just one of the ways…
Security News

Cashing in on misconfigured systems

It's not news anymore that cyberattackers penetrating corporate networks are after money, not infamy, these days. The bread they can make from these and other online activities, such as spam, is staggering. One only has to look at the recent case of Christopher William Smith, who allegedly made over $20 million illegally selling prescription drugs through spam emails.
IllenaArmstrong
Eye on Cybersecurity

Chasing privacy

Defining privacy is easy. Hit up Dictionary.com to read that it is "the state or condition of being free from being observed or disturbed by other people."
IllenaArmstrong
Features

What does a cyber future hold?

As our Online Editor Doug Olenick notes in his feature in this month's special focus on cyberwarfare, Russia is not the only country arming itself with cyberwarriors.
Home Depot has experienced a massive data breach.
Editorial

Cash is king…for now

A slide of a card at a POS system sure is convenient, but given last year's Target data theft and recent headlines about the Home Depot breach, some are questioning the safety of transactions.
Illena Armstrong, VP, editorial, SC Magazine
Editorial

Starting the year off with a…bang?

As we start 2013 off, I'm pretty sure that information security leaders everywhere are glad to hear all those predictions about their budgets getting a boost this year (and that the Mayans were wrong).
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