Big data breaches reel in treasure trove for hackers - A massive breach of U.S. federal computer networks disclosed this week is the latest in a flood of attacks by suspected Chinese hackers aimed at grabbing personal data, industrial secrets and weapons plans from government and private computers.
Cloud-Based Application Delivery: Who’s Leading the Way? - Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) provide load balancing, acceleration, traffic shaping and other services that improve the performance, availability and security of web applications. ADCs have traditionally come in the form of appliances, however a new type of service, known as the App
Active DoS Exploits for MS15-034 Under Way - In the three days since the bulletin was released warning of a critical vulnerability in the HTTP protocol stack, HTTP.sys, security experts, including the SANS Institute, have warned of publicly available denial-of-service exploits targeting Microsoft IIS webservers. There’s also the possibility of inform
Attacks against industrial control systems double - "We have over a million firewalls sending data to us on a minute-by-minute basis," said John Gordineer, director of product marketing for network security at Dell. "We anonymize the data and see interesting trends."
FFIEC to Update Cybersecurity Guidance - As a result of its recent cybersecurity assessments of more than 500 community banks, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council will review and update guidance to help banking institutions address changing cyber-risks. The FFIEC, which comprises several U.S. banking regulators, says the financi
Big Data vs. Privacy - Big data is a concept that’s reshaping how companies and governments do business. What it means for privacy can be tough to understand. To get a clearer picture, The Wall Street Journal’s Jonathan Krim spoke with two executives on the leading edge of data analytics: Alex Karp, co-founder and chief executive of Palantir Techn
EU practices cyberattack response ability during recent 24-hour event Read more at http://www.tweaktown.com/news/40880/eu-practices-cyberattack-response-ability-during-recent-24-hour-event/index.html - Companies operating in the European Union (EU) recently held another round of cyberattack simulations, designed to help test cyberattack response abi
Security Will Need Big Insight, Not Just Big Data - In looking for new opportunities in security and many other sectors, we look for the echoes of the current IT mega-trends: cloud, mobile, big data. These trends, and especially the interactions between them, are dramatically changing security needs. Add to that the changing profile of would-be hacke
Big data trends in 2015 reflect strategic and operational goals - In 2014, enterprises advanced their big data initiatives by converting plans into working projects and even implementations of big data that have transformed the business. In 2015, these businesses will know much more about big data, and what it can and cannot do. Unsurprisingly, many
Cost of Cybercrime in U.S. Reaches $12.7 Million per Organization - According to the 2014 Cost of Cyber Crime Study, the average annualized cost of cybercrime has reached $12.7 million in the U.S., a 96 percent increase since the study was launched five years ago. The study, conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by HP Enterprise Securit
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The threat of becoming a victim of Distributed Denial of Service attacks is gaining alarming momentum as of late. With assaults constantly getting cheaper and easier to orchestrate, the focus of the ill-doers is shifting from highly prominent and affluent public and large private sector entities to smaller targets. Today, a criminal can bring your site to a standstill for as little as $5-8 per hour, whereas the financial implications of being forced offline can cost the victim immeasurably more in revenue loss and reputation damage.
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