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Why Aren't Terrorists Committing More Cyberattacks?

Why Aren't Terrorists Committing More Cyberattacks? | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
They are wreaking enough havoc without cyberattacks, so they may not think they need them, said Tricia Bacon, former counterterrorism official for the State Department.
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How Anonymous really targets ISIS

How Anonymous really targets ISIS | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
With the ISIS attacks on Paris, Anonymous declared war on ISIS. The reality is that is more hype than fact, and misleading.
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Endpoint security lags in spite of vulnerabilities

Endpoint security lags in spite of vulnerabilities | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
Endpoint security solutions today continue to lag, failing to provide adequate protection or detection against today’s security threats, acc...
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Hackers compromise 70 million prison inmate phone records

Hackers compromise 70 million prison inmate phone records | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
An estimated 70 million phone calls made by prisoners in the United States have been hacked and leaked to The Intercept.
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7 Elements Of Modern Endpoint Security

7 Elements Of Modern Endpoint Security | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
What it takes to secure and tap into the 'source of the truth' in today's threatscape.
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Ukraine: Cyberwar’s Hottest Front

Ukraine: Cyberwar’s Hottest Front | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
Ukraine, cyberwar’s hottest front, gives a glimpse of future conflicts where attackers combine computer and traditional assaults.
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What Flu Season Can Teach Us About Fighting Cyberattacks

What Flu Season Can Teach Us About Fighting Cyberattacks | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
Cybersecurity doesn't have to be an arms race towards complexity if we put people front and center of the solution.
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With $325 Million In Extorted Payments CryptoWall 3 Highlights Ransomware Threat

With $325 Million In Extorted Payments CryptoWall 3 Highlights Ransomware Threat | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
Study by Cyber Threat Alliance reveals sophisticated nature of the latest version of CryptoWall
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Version 4.0 of ransomware Cryptowall released, now encrypts file names

Version 4.0 of ransomware Cryptowall released, now encrypts file names | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
Reporting on a new strain of ransomware trojan Cryptowall, BleepingComputer.com says it now encrypts files and file names.
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Banking on security innovation to beat the hackers

Banking on security innovation to beat the hackers | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
Banks are being targeted by cybercriminals, and that looks likely to continue in a world with more data and devices. The question is– are banks being innovative enough with information security to ward off the threats?
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Hackers use anti-adblocking service to deliver nasty malware attack

Hackers use anti-adblocking service to deliver nasty malware attack | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
Drive-by malware attacks: They're not just for porn sites anymore.
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Exploit kit activity up 75 percent in third quarter 2015

Exploit kit activity up 75 percent in third quarter 2015 | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
In a sign of the increasing professionalization of the space, exploit kit activity increased 75 percent in the third quarter of this year compared to the same period last year, based on DNS activity, according to the latest edition of the Infoblox DNS Threat Index
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And Now, A Cyber Arms Race Towards Critical Infrastructure Attacks

And Now, A Cyber Arms Race Towards Critical Infrastructure Attacks | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
As traditional explosives give way to 'logic bombs,' the need to protect our industrial networks and systems has never been more important.
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IBM Report: Ransomware, Malicious Insiders On The Rise

IBM Report: Ransomware, Malicious Insiders On The Rise | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
X-Force's top four cyber threat trends also names upper management's increasing interest in infosec.
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How to defeat ransomware

How to defeat ransomware | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
SentinelOne has added a feature to its endpoint detection products that can restore files encrypted by cybercriminals, a common type of attack known as ransomware.
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Hackers Infect British Parliament Computers with Ransomware

Hackers Infect British Parliament Computers with Ransomware | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
Cyber cooks breached the security of British parliament’s secure network and hacked into many of its computer systems. The hack allowed the hackers to leak
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Six reasons why boards of directors must be engaged in cybersecurity

Six reasons why boards of directors must be engaged in cybersecurity | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
When one thinks of systematic risks to a large enterprise, cyber attacks and data breaches don’t usually top the list; such things as black swan events, natural disasters, poor business execution, and credit worries usually do. But cyberattacks are getting close, and certainly of increasing importance to boards of directors. However, this isn’t true of all boards; as our recent Global State of Information Security Survey revealed the vast majority of enterprises meet with their CISO once a year or less. This slideshow demonstrates why that needs to improve.
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The Economist urges readers to check it they were saddled with malware

The Economist urges readers to check it they were saddled with malware | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
Popular UK-based news outfit The Economist - or rather, some of its online readers - have become the latest confirmed victims of an attack e...
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What The Boardroom Thinks About Data Breach Liability

What The Boardroom Thinks About Data Breach Liability | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
Most public companies subscribe to cybersecurity insurance of some sort, and 90% say third-party software vendors should be held liable for vulnerabilities in their code.
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Hostile nations have breached U.S. infrastructure. But don’t panic

Hostile nations have breached U.S. infrastructure. But don’t panic | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
U.S. industrial control systems were built for reliability, not cyber security, since their designers didn’t expect them to be networked or connected to the Internet. Now that they are, they are an attractive and relatively easy target for espionage or even catastrophically damaging attacks.
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UK-US Cyberattack Simulation On Finance Sector Set For This Month

UK-US Cyberattack Simulation On Finance Sector Set For This Month | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
US-CERT and CERT-UK putting President and Prime Minister's earlier plans into action.
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New ransomware program Chimera threatens to leak user files

New ransomware program Chimera threatens to leak user files | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
In addition to encrypting people's private files a new ransomware program dubbed Chimera threatens to publish those files on the Internet.
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How to push security earlier into the dev process

How to push security earlier into the dev process | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
Experts warn that too often security compliance checks are performed too late in the process of managing infrastructure or developing new applications. A new crop of products is aiming help with this problem by automating security compliance checks in cloud environments.
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Kicking Off A New Era For Policing Cybersecurity

Kicking Off A New Era For Policing Cybersecurity | Invincea's "The Cyber Intelligencer"- Info Sec News | Scoop.it
In the wake of FTC v. Wyndham, government agencies are becoming more aggressive about protecting corporate data and customer privacy. But the new rules are very much a work in progress.
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