domenica 10 febbraio 2013

Best of the Week - February 10, 2013

For me, this week started with an important question that emerged from the deep Internet:
"‏@StartupLJackson If you haven't been hacked by the Chinese you got to ask yourself, does the shit you're doing really even matter?"

Jokes apart, many important news regarding cybersecurity found a place on the newspaper, here is my selection...

hope you enjoy it!


FireEye ‏@FireEye discovers a longstanding advanced persistent threat campaign targeting U.S. aerospace & defense industry: http://ow.ly/hrGWd

Armando Leotta ‏@ArMyZ The Best Free Ways to Send Encrypted Email and Secure Messages http://zite.to/XxVF

#Bit9 Admits Systems #Breach, Stolen Code-Signing Certificates http://www.crn.com/news/security/240148192/bit9-admits-systems-breach-stolen-code-signing-certificates.htm #Infosec

Nicolas Brulez ‏@nicolasbrulez MT @DarkReading: Researcher shows how the infamous cyberespionage families Flame & Duqu can be repurposed http://ow.ly/htAEP  #SAS2013

NIST is requesting comments on the draft of Security and Privacy Controls for Federal Information Systems SP800-53 Rev4 http://www.nist.gov/itl/csd/sp800-020613.cfm

Fed confirms but downplays #Anonymous Super Bowl banker hack http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/02/06/fed_confirms_downplays_anon_superbowl_hack/ - #US Federal Reserve #hacked during Super Bowl

domenica 3 febbraio 2013

Best of the Week - February 3, 2013

This week I found a lot of interesting news twitted by some "security superstars". This is a selection of the most important ones.

Hope you enjoy it!

Mikko Hypponen ‏@mikko Note that the US Government is NOT denying that they wrote Stuxnet; they just want to find out who leaked the info. http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/...

Bruce Schneier RSS ‏@Bruce_Schneier Pentagon Staffs Up U.S. Cyber Command http://is.gd/OKctQv

Roger Halbheer ‏@rhalbheer Where will this lead us at the end? How will we deal with hardware vulnerabilities? http://ow.ly/hk0wO

Marco Thorbruegge ‏@mthorbruegge Multi-vector DDoS Attacks Grow in Sophistication http://www.securityweek.com/multi-vector-ddos-attacks-grow

Team Cymru ‏@teamcymru Router Access and Default Passwords http://tinyurl.com/agojgca

William Beer ‏@wmbeer What the U.S. Government Gets Wrong About Real Cybersecurity Threats  http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/... via @slate


N. Groeneveld ‏@nigroeneveld #Shamoon: Decapitating Saudi Aramco with the Sword of Justice http://bit.ly/WmRnhJ  #cyberwar #infosec

CcureIT ‏@CcureIT 5 Security Holes Almost Everyones Vulnerable To http://dlvr.it/2sqpZ3


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