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Is DOD Ready to Support a Response to a Cyber Attack?

Critical infrastructure—the facilities and systems that support banking, commerce, energy, and more—is vital to our national economy, security, and public health. It can also be vulnerable to cyber attacks, which are increasing in frequency, sophistication, and severity. 386 more words

National Defense

Critical Infrastructure Defenses Woefully Weak

This article is concerning, but not particularly surprising.  Industrial security controls have, for far too long, been focused on obscurity and not true controls and monitoring. 6 more words

Security News

Attacks to Critical Infrastructures: The Next Cyber Front to Worry About??

Imagine this scene:

You’re sitting at home one night, happily watching House of Cards on Netflix. Suddenly, the lights go out. You peek through your curtains and see… 863 more words

In The News

Newsletter: What are the ethics of having cameras for eyes?

WELCOME to Connected Rights, your twinkle in the eye of digital rights news and analysis.

THE ISSUE OF VIDEO-CAMERA ETHICS has been on my mind over the last couple days, thanks to two separate stories. 1,095 more words

Newsletter

Inner Range to unveil Integriti Encrypted High Security integrated access control and security system at IFSEC International 2017

We live in an era where criminal activity has become more sophisticated and information about system hacking more readily available. With organisations being more vulnerable to attack, access control and security system manufacturer Inner Range is addressing the challenge for the security industry by adding another system to its already strong portfolio: Integriti Encrypted High Security. 309 more words

TheSecurityLion

The Global Critical Infrastructure Protection Market 2017-2027

Demand for critical infrastructure protection products is anticipated to be driven by the increasing frequency of terror attacks that have taken place in the last couple of years, and the associated fear of knowing that non state and organized actors could be active within the country; possessing acute local knowledge might enable some of these elements to successfully strike at critically important networks, sites, or processes. 350 more words

Market Research

Trump signs order instructing federal agencies to prepare for cyber attacks on power grid

(National Sentinel) Cyber Security: A day before a global ransomware attack crippled the National Health Service in Britain and struck Russian government offices as well as institutions in dozens of other countries, President Donald J. 426 more words

Executive Branch