A Dutchman accused of mounting one of the biggest attacks on the internet used a "mobile computing office" in the back of a van. The 35-year-old, identified by police as "SK", was arrested last week.
In a speech to top U.K. officials and CIOs last week, Eugene Kaspersky, Kaspersky Lab’s co-founder and CEO, called for stronger relations between the government and the private sector. He warned that critical infrastructure, manufacturing and communications would continue to remain at risk if action wasn’t taken.
Over the years, organisations have outsourced a wide range of services, generally because third parties can manage them more efficiently and cost-effectively than they can themselves. As a result, security and regulatory requirements have increased substantially.
Spain says a Dutch citizen arrested there on suspicion of launching the biggest cyberattack in Internet history operated from a bunker and had a van capable of hacking into networks anywhere in the country.
More than 50 million accounts have been affected and the Washington-based company has asked its members to reset their passwords. According to ZDNET, LivingSocial’s spokesperson confirmed the security breach.
Despite being home to recent high profile events such as the NCAA’s Final Four, federal records show the amount of money allocated to Atlanta through urban area security grants has dropped from $13 million in 2010 to $5 million last year
A federal court in Houston has rejected an FBI request for a warrant to hack into the computer of a suspect in an attempted cyberheist. In, a sometimes testy, 13-page ruling earlier this week, U.S. Magistrate Judge Stephen Smith of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas characterized the government's request as overly intrusive and infringing on Fourth Amendment protections ag
Information security managers need to better align themselves with company business goals to help embed security practices in an organisation, according to speakers at InfoSec 2013.