“A Fierce Domain: Conflict in Cyberspace, 1986-2012 is the first book of its kind- a comprehensive, accessible history of cyber conflict. A Fierce Domain reaches back to look at the major ‘wake-up calls,’ the major conflicts that have forced the realization that cyberspace is a harsh place where nations and
Huawei has denied claims made by a former US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) chief, Michael Hayden, that it has spied for the Chinese government. via BBC News – Huawei denies spying allegations by former CIA chief.
“Cyber-criminals targeted Nasdaq OMX Group’s community forum website and gained access to the email usernames and passwords of the members of the site, which took two days to come back online on Thursday evening. The New York-based exchange operator said in an emailed letter to users of the forum that
“A hacktivist associated with Anonymous claims to have posted online thousands of email addresses and passwords for Capitol Hill staffers. According to a Twitter account that posted a link to the hacked information, House and Senate staffers were targeted in protest of the National Security Agency’s domestic spying program.” Source:Anonymous
South Korea believes North Korea was behind cyber attacks against several websites last month, officials say. The attacks, which took place on the anniversary of the Korean War, hit the presidential office website, and several other official and media sites. via BBC News – North Korea ‘behind cyber attack’ on
“Estonian president Toomas Hendrik Ilves, who chairs the steering board of the new European Cloud Partnership, is convinced that Europe should have its own clouds rather than rely on those from US service providers. ‘Recent months have proven it again: it is very important for Europe to create its own
Two security experts said they have figured out how to spy on Verizon Wireless mobile phone customers by hacking into devices the U.S. carrier sells to boost wireless signals indoors. via Researchers hack Verizon device, turn it into mobile spy station | Reuters.
“The US Department of Homeland Security and FBI provided a list of IP addresses used by alleged Chinese military hackers to American internet service providers (ISPs) earlier in February, and not-so-subtly encouraged the ISPs to block them, The Wall Street Journal reported today. Based on The Journal’s report, the IP
“Last year NSA Director Keith Alexander keynoted the annual DEF CON hacker conference in Las Vegas. This year, DEF CON organizers warn that U.S. government Federal agents are explicitly not welcome.” Source:Feds ‘not welcome’ at DEF CON hacker conference | ZDNet
“The latest annual report from the U.K. Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) has disclosed that the U.K.’s Ministry of Defence suffered a cyberattack in which data was stolen. Despite heavy redactions to protect sources and budgets from prying eyes, the admission was buried halfway through the document in a