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Items Tagged with 'cyber defense'
Microsoft has expanded its $100,000 bounty program Monday, and will accept reports of in-the-wild attacks that demonstrate new techniques of bypassing Windows’ anti-exploit technologies, Computerworld reports.
Right now, the bad guys are winning." It’s a bleak statement from Dave Frymier, the CISO for Unisys Corp., but one that many enterprise security executives need to hear.
Equipment was destroyed, consultants hired, and Internet communication blocked for months -- all because of a common malware virus on six computers.
The latest report of Chinese cyber-espionage hits U.S. defense computers as the nation increases its defense budget and works to build an aircraft carrier fleet and stealth planes.
The partnership is aimed to increase the cyber preparedness and expertise of the state, as well as foster entrepreneurship.
Cyberattackers have attacked South Korean banks and broadcasters, infecting networks with a malicious program that slowed or shut systems down.
How is Software-as-a-Service changing the fundamental nature of CIOs, and how will security be affected?
You already have Software Asset Management tools, but are you using them to add to security?
Tracking cyber crimes back to the source has long been the road block in the FBI Cyber Crime division's path, but new partnerships, tools and talent aim to overcome those issues.
According to a new study, 72 percent of companies are struggling with escalating threats, but 63 percent of IT departments are understaffed.