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Attackers exploit unpatched flaw to hit Windows XP, Server 2003 - Computerworld

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Attackers exploit unpatched flaw to hit Windows XP, Server 2003 Computerworld IDG News Service - Attackers are exploiting a new and unpatched vulnerability in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 that allows them to execute code with higher...
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JPMorgan warns 465000 card users on data loss after hacker attack - NBCNews.com

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JPMorgan warns 465000 card users on data loss after hacker attack
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Pony botnet scam sees 2 million stolen Google, Facebook and ...

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Cyber sketchballs have scooped up more than two million passwords from sites like Facebook, Google and Yahoo via their malicious range of attacks,...
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Hackers crew Jember Hacker terrorists (JHT) deface the official website of Indonesian president (http://t.co/zXRdsmZPsq) with a message
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IT security pros often seen as 'innovation killers,' says ADP's IT security chief | NetworkWorld.com

IT security pros often seen as 'innovation killers,' says ADP's IT security chief | NetworkWorld.com | Pony | Scoop.it

The problem with IT security professionals is they spend too much time stopping business people from trying new things, including cloud services, out of worries about risk when they should really be working directly with business managers to help them innovate by means of security.

 

That was the main point made today by ADP’s senior director, converged security architecture, V. Jay LaRosa, during his keynote at the Cloud Security Alliance Congress, where he sought to convince the security professionals in the audience that they need to become better allies with business managers. “As security practitioners here, the problem is not with the cloud but with us, with our ability to evolve,” said LaRosa, adding IT security managers are often seen as barriers to innovation.

 

IT security managers are fascinated with technology, worry a great deal about risks and are often the last to know about some IT projects, especially those involving cloud-based services, because business people tend to want to avoid the IT security department as much as they can, LaRosa suggested. Security ends up being this last “checkbox” on their list, which isn’t good.

 

Being a savvy technologist is great in and of itself, but talking tech to business people usually backfires because they don’t want to hear “geekspeak,” they want to find out how to try new things to grow the business, LaRosa said. And IT security people need to change their attitudes and go out and get involved with them to do that.

 

LaRosa noted the reality is that IT security people are often viewed with disdain in the company, where they’re even regarded as “jerks” who wander around doing little but putting anti-virus software on people’s desktops.  

 

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Hackers stole data from five European nations at September G20 Summit - SlashGear

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FireEye was able to discern the attacks because it had been monitoring the hacker group for “several years,” according to Reuters.
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Schneier on Security: Evading Airport Security

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In 2008, I demonstrated carrying two large bottles of liquid through airport security. Here's a paper about stabbing people with stuff you can take through airport security. And here's a German video of someone building a bomb ...
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FBI can hack into your webcam and watch you: Get out the tape and band aids - Examiner.com

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The FBI can now turn on your webcam without the green light activating.
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Mass hack affects almost 2 million Internet accounts - USA TODAY

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Al Jazeera America Mass hack affects almost 2 million Internet accounts USA TODAY Almost 2 million accounts on Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo and other social media and Internet sites have been breached, according to a Chicago-based cybersecurity...
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How to HACK Your Booze

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Hacking's not cheating if it's done the right way. The right way is the way that gets you drunk. (RT @high_on_glitter: How to get drunk off of gummy bears and oranges. So cool!
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