March 20, 2015 Hackers continue on hacking and breaches continue to happen. The cycle continues, as organisations carry on being successfully compromised and the need to combat cyber warfare increases. ...
Yet again in the cyber security news this week more attacks and breaches have taken place by cyber criminals and sophisticated hackers. And it’s only going to get worse, as the frequency of exposed vulnerabilities and malware production increase rapidly. Time to address those problem area’s and strengthen security postures in order to combat cyber threats.
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“China’s seeming acknowledgement that it engages in cyber warfare leaves security experts feeling vindicated, unsurprised.”
“What do we mean today by a ‘targeted attack’? Where once it referred to the fact that a specific organisation was being targeted – as opposed to a more traditional ‘spray gun’ malware campaign – now the targeting is far more sophisticated.”
“Inadequate protection against cyber risks is becoming a major threat to the maritime sector, increasingly interconnected and dependent from automation. Ports and ships have become target of hackers.”
“100% of UK organisations’s surveyed suffer multiple attacks on keys and certificates according to Venafi and Ponemon Institute Research”
“Premera Blue Cross and LifeWise say 11.25 million customers’ records might be exposed.”
“Airbus has been awarded a contract worth £1.4m to “develop and mature” a movie-style 3D Virtual Cyber Centre of Operations (VCCO) for the Ministry of Defence.”
“Chief privacy officer Jason Straight shares his insights on why organisations are struggling to stop the breach wave – and manage the aftermath.”
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Written by: Elizabeth Gladen
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