BBC News Cybersecurity: Your country needs (200000 of) you BBC News A government-backed Open University course will aim to inspire 200,000 people to take up careers in cybersecurity from September this year.
New UK cybersecurity training scheme prepares for hackers CNET Cybx is a simulator for an organisation's technical staff to run through mock cyber attacks -- a sort of boot camp for those in the front line of cybersecurity.
In May, we wrote about how ridiculous it was that former NSA boss Keith "collect it all" Alexander was now launching a cybersecurity consulting firm. After all, it's difficult to think of anyone who has done so much to undermine cybersecurity as Keith Alexander. Now Bloomberg is reporting that he's offering his "services" for the cut-rate price of $1 million per month. Yes, I'll repeat that: Keith Alexander wants banks and other companies to pay him $1 million per month to help them with their "cybersecurity." At that price, I'd hope that he's just selling them the location of the backdoors he ordered to be placed in all of their hardware and software. And idiotic banks are apparently willing to pay, rather than going with the much, much cheaper option of hiring an actual security expert: Click headline to read more--
CNBC.com Cybersecurity firm says large hedge fund attacked CNBC.com In an audacious and sophisticated attack, cybercriminals acting in late 2013 installed a malicious computer program on the servers of a large hedge fund, crippling its high-speed...
Privacy groups are sounding the alarm that a new Senate cybersecurity bill could give the National Security Agency access to even more personal information of Americans. The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act would ...
Risk Control Strategies CEO Paul Viollis, Ph.D., Political Prospect Editor Kayleigh McEnany, Independent Women’s Forum’s Hadley Heath Manning and Accent Asset Management’s Scott Martin on the risks to the U.S. energy infrastructure from a Russian malware.
the Diplomat India Scrambles on Cyber Security the Diplomat At a time of heightened online breaches – phishing, defaced websites, network break-ins, virus attacks – the Indian government published its first ever National Cyber Security Policy...
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