Millions of Machines Are Running Unpatched Java and IE
A new report reveals shocking numbers of unpatched systems and software.
Kaspersky Expands Partnership with INTERPOL, Europol
Information-sharing will continue to be critical as cybe-rcriminals extend their tactic of attacking from shadowy, virtual locations, with a target area of 2.7 billion people.
China Fires Mobile Trojans at HK Protestors as Crowds Surge
Monitoring tools are now being seeded to snoop on pro-democracy activists
Shock Fall in Security Spending as Incidents Rise 48%
PwC report finds that breach costs have also increased by a third since 2013
US Attorney General Slams Strong Phone Encryption
Holder claims it helps protect online criminals and child abusers
CA: Using Machine Learning to Combat Card Fraud
Behavioral neural network authentication models and machine learning can help retailers distinguish legitimate behavior from fraudulent activity for e-commerce.
4.5 Million Vulnerable Apps Give Enterprise Keys to the Criminals
Shockingly, web and mobile apps are not vetted for security implications in most cases.
(ISC)2 Logs 100K Members Worldwide
Good progress on getting cybersecurity professionals into the field, but there's more work to be done.
Wi-Fi Security Shame as Londoners Hand Over Data
Consumers still blind to security dangers of public hotspots
FBI Indicts Pakistani Man for Selling Spyware
StealthGenie broke the law, investigators claim
Porn Spammer Hacks Legit Sites to Sell Naked Celeb Pics
Hundreds of web servers have been compromised, says Cloudmark
(ISC)2 Congress 2014: Panel Make Recommendations for Improving Cybersecurity Workforce Competency
The (ISC)2 Foundation and University of Phoenix recently conducted a National Roundtable on Cybersecurity Workforce Competencies. At the (ISC)2 Congress, co-located with ASIS International, in Atlanta, a panel discussed the roundtable findings and the steps being taken by the educational institutions developing tomorrow’s cybersecurity talent.