In March 2015, addressing a crowd at Innovation Project 2015, retired four-star General Keith Alexander, the former director of the National Security Agency, quieted the crowd with his rather sober reality of the future of cybercrime and cybersecurity. Over the next two years, cyber attacks will get worse before they get better. Fast forward seven months, […]
On May 2015, actors claiming affiliation with the Yemen Cyber Army compromised the Government of Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) website, posting sensitive government data on multiple file-sharing websites. Reporting indicates that the data included Saudi travel visas, personally identifiable information (PII) for Saudi citizens, email messages belonging
Dos investigadores españoles proponen una nueva forma de combatir la escalada de ciberataques que sufren empresas y particulares: hacer creer al 'malware' que está siendo analizado para que se desactive.
Una correcta política de ciberseguridad comienza con una comprensión de los activos críticos y las amenazas a las que cualquier organización se enfrenta. Sólo entonces se pueden idear estrategias adecuadas para administrar los riesgos.
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