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FireEye's Kevin Mandia Talks About the World After the Sony Hack (Full Video)

It’s often said there are two kinds of companies: Those that have been attacked by hackers and those that don’t yet know they have been attacked by hackers. 277 more words


Judge imprisons cyberbully for six years, gives him 20 years to pay victim surcharge

Robert James Campbell was sentenced Thursday to six years in prison for shredding the reputations of targets around the world in what an Ottawa judge described as an obsessive, 13-year online campaign of fear. 490 more words

Local News

Computer Security Experts Fighting Back Against Latest Cyber Crime, 'Ransomware'

By tech editor Ian Bush

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Computer criminals have found a winner: malicious software that locks your files until you pay up.

Police departments, school districts, and home PC users have fallen victim.  263 more words


NH Teacher Allegedly Convinced Girl To Send Inappropriate Pictures

MANCHESTER, NH (CBS) – A gym teacher in Manchester, New Hampshire has been arrested for allegedly convincing a young girl to send him inappropriate pictures. … 268 more words


Did Windham's Dennis Senibaldi violate NH computer crime laws?

There is new information concerning the shenanigans pulled by Windham School Boardmember Dennis Senibaldi last week during the school board meeting. On Friday the… 1,149 more words

New Hampshire Politics

The Company (Kaspersky Antivirus) Securing Your Internet Has Close Ties to Russian Spies

The bottom line: Popular security-software maker Kaspersky Lab has close ties to Russian military and intelligence officials.

I have been telling you folks this for years after I dropped them from my product line at least now a major company shared some light and is carrying the torch… 1,027 more words

Security News World Wide

Email spoofing security hole discovered in Google Admin console

Summary:Security researchers have identified a security flaw in the Google Admin console which allows attackers to claim domains and send out spoof emails.

By Charlie Osborne for Zero Day | March 9, 2015 — 13:25 GMT (06:25 PDT) 383 more words

Security News World Wide