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CSO Online - Security and Risk

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Cyberwarfare Under Investigation: Stuxnet and Strategic Alliances – Jewlicious THE Jewish Blog

Cyberwarfare Under Investigation: Stuxnet and Strategic Alliances – Jewlicious THE Jewish Blog | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
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Anonymous Genetic Profiles Aren't Completely Anonymous

Anonymous Genetic Profiles Aren't Completely Anonymous | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
Human genomes are a boon to medical research, but pose privacy risks.
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Data breach notification — A guide to handling personal information security breaches - OAIC

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Global Economic Crime Survey, 2014: Key Highlights from the U.S.

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Global Economic Crime Survey, 2014: Key Highlights from the U.S.
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Profiling hacking for hire services offered in the underground

Profiling hacking for hire services offered in the underground | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
Security expert Dancho Danchev profiled hacking for hire services offered in the underground, providing an indication of their prices.
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Malvertising: A Growing Threat at the Start of 2014 - InfoSec Institute

Malvertising: A Growing Threat at the Start of 2014 - InfoSec Institute | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
Word Meaning The term "malvertising" is coined through the combination of two words – "malware" (i.e., "malicious software") and "advertising." Diagram 1 A
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Launch of the Cybersecurity Framework -- What’s Next? | The White House

Launch of the Cybersecurity Framework -- What’s Next? | The White House | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
After a year-long sprint, the Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) published the finalized version of the first Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity.
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Interaktive Grafik: Hier sitzen die Spähwerkzeuge der NSA - SPIEGEL ONLINE

Interaktive Grafik: Hier sitzen die Spähwerkzeuge der NSA - SPIEGEL ONLINE | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
Dem SPIEGEL liegt ein interner Katalog der NSA vor, in dem Technikspezialisten Ausrüstung feilbieten. Klicken Sie sich hier durch die Dokumente und das Angebot - Preise inklusive.
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Major Internet of Things cyberattack uncovered | Information Age

Major Internet of Things cyberattack uncovered | Information Age | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
More than 750,000 phishing and spam emails have been launched from 'thingbots' including televisions and fridges

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Attacking Tor: how the NSA targets users' online anonymity

Attacking Tor: how the NSA targets users' online anonymity | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
Secret servers and a privileged position on the internet's backbone used to identify users and attack target computers
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Another day at the golf course

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Target breach linked to global cybercrime

Target breach linked to global cybercrime | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
A couple of shoppers leave a Target store on a rainy afternoon in Alhambra, California on December 19, 2013
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Journey Into Incident Response: It Is All About Program Execution

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Tweet from @blackplans

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What exactly is a #Cybercrime Index? Like a stock market? "We're advising you sell botnets & buy stolen credit cards" pic.twitter.com/jaU7G3tLUk
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'Pony' botnet steals bitcoins, digital currencies: Trustwave | Reuters

'Pony' botnet steals bitcoins, digital currencies: Trustwave | Reuters | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
BOSTON (Reuters) - Cyber criminals have infected hundreds of thousands of computers with a virus called Pony to steal bitcoins and other digital currencies, in the most ambitious cyber attack on virtual
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Interesting combination: Somebody steals something most of the nations do not accept: BitCoins. Nevertheless the user looses real money. How does law enforcement / police etc react in case that someone will be arrested?

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What Cybercrime Is Costing U.S. Companies - NBC News

What Cybercrime Is Costing U.S. Companies - NBC News | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
Companies everywhere are increasingly vulnerable to cybercrime, but U.S. companies appear to be even more threatened than most, says a new report.According t...
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The New Normal: 200-400 Gbps DDoS Attacks — Krebs on Security

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The number of data breaches in 2013 tripled ... and much more

The number of data breaches in 2013 tripled ... and much more | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
Risk Based Security-the Open Security Foundation issued a report to provide a summary of the key findings from analysis of 2013 data breaches
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CyberSecurity Takes Centerstage Risks, Guidance, and Regulator Wrath

CyberSecurity Takes Centerstage Risks, Guidance, and Regulator Wrath | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
Cybersecurity, back in the news NIST, one of the most useful government agencies most compliance officers never encounter, just published a new framework for managing such risks. The SEC and Congress are on the warpath for companies to manage cybersecurity more effectively. How can compliance officers help put together an effective risk management program Editor Matt Kelly has some thoughts.
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800M exposed records make 2013 record year for data breaches

800M exposed records make 2013 record year for data breaches | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
Despite oft repeated claims that the insider threat is the one organizations should be looking out for, the numbers and statistics related t...
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5 Surprising Security Gains Achieved From Security Analytics -- Dark Reading

5 Surprising Security Gains Achieved From Security Analytics -- Dark Reading | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
Getting the most out of big data sets and seemingly unrelated security information
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Twenty Privacy Bills to Watch in 2014

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From electronic surveillance to healthcare privacy to drones, Congress is planning to consider a wide range of privacy legislation this year.   The Edward Snowden leaks about the National Security Agency and the recent data breaches at retailers are likely to keep privacy and data security on the top of many lawmakers’ agendas.  Here is a summary of twenty pending privacy-related bills to keep an eye on during the remainder of the 113th Congress.


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Introduction to the Business of Stolen Card Data - InfoSec Institute

Introduction to the Business of Stolen Card Data - InfoSec Institute | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
Introduction I receive many questions from people who don’t work in the security field about the use of stolen credit card data in the cyber-crime ecosystem, so I decided to provide more information, starting from the clamorous data breach of the...
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VIEWPOINT: It’s Time To Get The Government Out Of The Mass Collection Business

VIEWPOINT: It’s Time To Get The Government Out Of The Mass Collection Business | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
President Obama should use his power now to suspend bulk collection of telephone metadata.
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With NSA Reforms, Obama Offers Peace to a Wary Silicon Valley | Threat Level | Wired.com

With NSA Reforms, Obama Offers Peace to a Wary Silicon Valley | Threat Level | Wired.com | The Daily Information Security Dose | Scoop.it
When Barack Obama announced his reforms of National Security Agency surveillance programs today, few people were as interested as Larry Page, Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook, Marissa Mayer, and Steve Ballmer.
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