Print Issue: December 02, 2013
December’s threat of the month is domain hijacking, a popular attack technique that takes over major domains.
What self-described “stunt hackers” Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek did to a Ford Focus on national TV was akin to breaking into a home, raiding the fridge and taking a nap on the couch.
In the spirit of keeping up with advancements in information security, we take the December issue to examine those companies that will likely generate advancements.
As this year-end issue demonstrates, the vibrancy of this industry is as bright as ever and the challenges only more acute. However, stellar professionals on all fronts are at the ready.
This month’s industry news includes a new CEO at Appthority, recent funding acquired by Lookout, and Catbird’s new CTO.
A group of prominent security professionals forecast the significant industry shifts in 2014. Greg Masters compiles the responses.
Adobe breach affects 38 million, UK man indicted for hack of U.S. Army network, NIST debuts new cyber security framework, and other news.
Like no other year before it, 2013 illustrated for the entire globe just how essential cyber security is to business endurance, economic durability and personal rights to privacy.
The need for computer forensic examiners (aka “CFE”) is on the rise.
Information security personnel are challenged with protecting company reputation and enterprise and customer data from a constant and expanding barrage of cyber criminals.
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