During a week of such tragedy, it’s hard to give much thought to network and information security (InfoSec). Yet, we must stay vigilant, lest abhorrent cyber criminals leverage such tragedies against us in social networking campaigns.
Though I’m traveling in Singapore for a security conference, I still found a few spare minutes for my weekly InfoSec news summary. This week I cover some Bitcoin mining malware, CISPA returning from the ashes, some game related network attacks, and most interestingly, an Android smartphone hacking an airplane. For the details, watch the video below.
What do zombie video games, North Korea, and emergency telephone systems have in common? They’ve all been compromised by cyber attackers this week.
Too much security news, and too little time? Let me summarize the highlights for you in my weekly InfoSec recap video. This week I cover two trojans targeting point-of-sale (POS) computers, a few software updates, a targeted spear phishing campaign spreading Android malware, and the record-breaking SpamHaus DDoS attack, which didn’t really break the Internet despite some reports. Click play for the details
Currently, I’m attending a security expo in Helsinki, Finland, so I had to produce this week’s episode quickly, while on the road. Nonetheless, it’s still been a busy security week so far, and there’s a lot of InfoSec news to cover
If you’re anything like the average IT professional, you’re probably too busy putting out proverbial IT helpdesk fires, and installing new business IT solutions to spend much time each week staying on top of the latest security news and threats. That’s where we come in! For a quick recap of the biggest information and network security news from the week, check out the YouTube video below.
Want a quick way to catch up on weekly information and network security (InfoSec) highlights? Well you’ve found the right place. In this episode of our InfoSec summary video, I talk about Evernote’s 50 million user data leak, web browsers falling to the Pwn2Own contest, and a U.S. government
This week’s InfoSec news video comes from the 2013 RSA Security Conference in San Francisco. As such, much of the episode covers the major themes from the show flow. However, cyber attackers don’t take a break just because the security industry is having a pow-wow.
We’ve had another busy week of security news, with more stories than I can cover in a short video. So I’ll stick to the highlights. Today’s episode talks about a couple Adobe Flash zero day vulnerabilities, the latest Anonymous hijinks, some cross-platform mobile malware, and more.