Tag: cyberwarfare

  • Relying on AV? Really?

    I tried to hold back on this one, but if you’ve read this blog (or met me in person) you know it’s hard… Another amazing research coming out of your favorite AV vendor – uncovering ground breaking security implications. Take a minute to read this: http://www.symantec.com/connect/blogs/simple-njrat-fuels-nascent-middle-east-cybercrime-scene Admittedly, I have stopped reading any AV vendor’s blog […]

  • Cyber, Cyber, Cyber. What are we talking about anyway?

    A long draught (almost a month) in this blog is finally coming to an end after I had some great conversations with good friends at the cyber un-conference here in Israel. One of the obvious discussions is around the use of the term cyber (surprise). The general agreement is that the term has been violated […]

  • Hackers, Credit Cards, and the Media

    In the past couple of weeks there has been an interesting “hacking” trend going on in Israel. It started from the publication of a few thousand credit card records (out of an alleged 400,000). Continued with the publication of “SCADA” systems with default credentials, and a handful of gov.il email addresses and passwords, and more […]

  • About CyberWar, Deterrence, and Espionage

    Discussing cyberwar, cyber deterrence and cyber espionage

  • Information Security Intelligence Report for 2010 and Predictions for 2011

    Looking back at 2010 shows a widening gap between cybercrime and law enforcement capabilities, in conjunction to nations that have started the cyber-race to develop defensive and offensive capabilities. Most of the attacks analyzed in 2010 depict organizations that fall behind in their defensive strategies as attackers take advantage of a hybrid approach that merges […]

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