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The US began looking into North Korea’s computer network in 2010, reports claim Continue reading
NSA’s “Early warning” implants on N. Korean systems used in attribution, NY Times reports. Continue reading
Journalists face an unprecedented challenge in reporting cyberwars accurately Continue reading
Defense Ministry report claims North Korea has cyber army of 6,000. Continue reading
A security firm identified Iranian hackers as the source of coordinated attacks against more than 50 targets in 16 countries, many of them corporate and government entities. Continue reading
Operation Cleaver gets near-complete control of airlines, gas producers, defense. Continue reading
The security company indicated that a powerful program that could only have been created by a “nation state” has been finding its way into computer systems for six years.
Piecing together new information from various researchers, it’s clear the ‘Regin” malware is one of the most sophisticated nation-state spy tools ever found. The post Researchers Uncover Government Spy Tool Used to Hack Telecoms and Belgian Cryptograph… Continue reading
NSA Director: China can damage US power grid
“One if by land, two if by sea” wouldn’t work these days — not when your adversary can knock out your power grid with an team of cyberforces. Today’s armies have a new front to monitor. Continue reading
List of “patients zero” shows cyber weapon broke into—not out of—Natanz. Continue reading
In an excerpt from her new book, “Countdown to Zero Day,” WIRED’s Kim Zetter describes the dark path the world’s first digital weapon took to reach its target in Iran.
The post An Unprecedented Look at Stuxnet, the World’s First Digital Weapon appeared first on WIRED.
Locked Shields is among the world’s preeminent cyber attack simulations. For two days, international teams of hackers and system admins play both sides of a war game, simultaneously attacking and defending critical infrastructure. The details are realistic, and the exercises reflect real-world geopolitics. It is a training ground for front-line operators in a rapidly evolving form of warfare in which network administrators at banks, electrical plants and government offices are as crucial to a country’s defense as uniformed troops.
The post Hackers Gather for Cyberwar in an Intense 48-Hour Sim appeared first on WIRED.
11 September 2014- Defense News Army Cyber Chief: Let’s Get Closer To Industry
17 September 2014- FCW ISIS cyber capability judged more ‘aspirational’ than operational
19 September 2014- Security Week Kremlin Wants to ‘Protect Russian Cyberspace from Unpredictable West’
18 September 2014- Help Net Security Hackers penetrated systems of key defense contractors
8 September 2014- The Washington Times US Naval Academy Works on Accrediting Cyber major
2 September 2014- ZDNet North Korea cyber warfare capabilities exposed