Futurism is dead. At least, the wildly optimistic technology-based futurism of the middle years of the 20th century has been replaced in our version of their future by a much …read more Continue reading Weren’t We supposed To Live In Plastic Houses In The Future?
Broadcom Inc. and Google announced today an alliance under which the portfolio of security offerings that Broadcom gained with the acquisition of the enterprise division of Symantec have been migrated to the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Tom Krause, pr… Continue reading Broadcom to Migrate Security Platforms to Google Cloud
There’s no honor among cyberthieves. It seems the prospect of accessing new hacking tools and other valuable assets is just too lucrative for some hackers to respect their counterparts-in-crime, since for the second time in a little more than a … Continue reading Hackers Leak Hacker Data in Swarmshop Breach
For those who grew up watching the endless coverage of the Apollo program in the 60s and 70s, the sight of OV-102, better known as the Space Shuttle Columbia, perched …read more Continue reading Space Shuttle Program: 40th Anniversary of the First Launch of Columbia
Iran’s Nantaz nuclear centrifuge facility went dark yesterday. Sources say it was an Israeli cyberattack—another one. But something doesn’t add up.
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We are often told how particular threats were the responsibility of a certain nation-state, and that there was difference between those nations and cybercriminals. While it made good copy, the cybersecurity domain has always been crowded, and the coll… Continue reading Nation-State Cyberthreats Persist
You need to package up a bunch of files, send them somewhere, and do something with them at the destination. It isn’t an uncommon scenario. The obvious answer is to …read more Continue reading Linux Fu: Shell Script File Embedding
The need for computer and digital forensics experts is growing significantly due to the increase in cyberattacks, with digital forensics skillsets becoming a critical element in helping IT security teams learn from security incidents. This type of kno… Continue reading Should You Hire a Computer Forensics Specialist?
The buzz around a new maldoc builder that’s quickly becoming the favorite of cybercriminals mirrors the behavior around other popular products in a legitimate marketplace – that could be good news for defenders. Just like buyers who line up to b… Continue reading Understanding EtterSilent and the Cybercrime Supply Chain
Last week’s revelation of a half-billion-user leak is still reverberating around the news cycle. It’s like car-crash TV.
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