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Cyberwar. Case: Ukraine

The things with Ukrainian cyberspace security are going not very good over the past two years. In 2014, Ukraine took the 5th place in the ranking of countries that suffered from cyber attacks. 574 more words


Microsoft Virtual Security Summit: March 29, 2016

The Microsoft Virtual Security Summit is a 3 hour long, virtual event packed with information on protecting your organization in a mobile-first, cloud-first world. Cybersecurity has become a priority IT concern due to the nearly weekly announcements of cyberattacks. 231 more words


Nudist Clubhouse Website Was Hacked By Cyber Terrorist

Social Networking Site “Nudist Clubhouse” Was Hacked With Members’ Personal Data Stolen Nudist Clubhouse, a nudist forum / social network website, has been down since at least Thursday, March 3rd.  140 more words


Cyber Criminals Are Always Evolving. Can We Evolve With Them?

Since we conduct so much sensitive personal and business affairs on electronic devices, we are all ripe targets for cyber thugs. Strategic Risk, an excellent risk management and corporate intelligence publication based in Britain, has put out an informative… 491 more words


CyberWar Threat [YouTube Video] | NOVA #tech #hacking #cybersecurity #documentaries #telecommunications #Internet

The global cyberwar is heating up and the stakes are no longer limited to the virtual world of computers. Now, thanks in part to secret documents released by Edward Snowden, the true scale of the National Security Agency’s scope and power is coming to light. 173 more words


Privacy groups fight to expose secret cyber ruling - By Cory Bennett and Julian Hattem - 11/21/15 02:08 PM EST

Civil liberties advocates are trying to bring to light a secret legal document that could upend the congressional fight over cybersecurity.

For years, the Obama administration has repeatedly declined to reveal a 2003 decision from the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel (OLC), claiming that it no longer relies on the opinion. 176 more words

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Cyberterrorism fears rise in Canada following Paris ISIS attacks

Originally posted on www.humbernews.ca with Travis Kingdon

In the wake of the Paris attacks there are calls for enhanced cybersecurity and cyberterrorism initiatives.

The concern stems from the inability of international cyber surveillance agencies to pick up any chatter or planning on the internet or other communication networks about last Friday’s terror attacks. 375 more words