Amnesty International has uncovered the footprints of a massive cyber-espionage campaign launched by Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to hack, track and record the cyber activity of political activists, researchers, journalists and human rights workers.
Op-Ed: Understanding How The Future of Cyber & Data Security Is Directly Tied To History’s Strongest Banking Sectors
Radware puts out new report chronicling how cyber security companies need to begin thinking of their businesses much like banks, essentially a bastardized version of proposals I’ve been submitting all around the world dating back to 2018.
Survey: Despite Buying Smart Devices, 80% of Customers Claim Not To Trust Any Internet Connected Devices
A recent study conducted by Atomic Research and funded by Blackberry finds that despite the fact everyone keeps buying smart and/or IoT devices, almost no one actually trusts them to protect their data/privacy.
3 months after launching Rogue Security Labs, not only have I not developed a single business partner, but I have even been turned down to volunteer my services on multiple occasions – lol.
Amnesty Investigation – State Sponsored Hackers Launching Massive Hacking Operations Across Middle East & North Africa
A world class research report published by Amnesty International highlights a massive phishing and email hacking campaign currently underway, targeting encrypted email service providers and bypassing Google/Yahoo 2FA.
Rudy Giuliani mistakenly blames a typo for a cyber attack. Yet another international incident which once again begs the question, do some of the worlds top cyber security officials actually understand how the internet works?
New Study: 63% of IT Security Professionals Believe our Elected Officials are Cyber Security Illiterate
A new poll of 515 active Informational Technology professions finds that a vast majority of them believe Government officials lack the basic understanding/competency to draft effective cyber security initiatives/policies.
Believe it or not, Japans newly appointed Chief Cybersecurity Strategist admitted that “I have not once used a computer in my life” to Japanese lawmakers at a Government assembly this week.
Senator Ron Wyden (D, Oregon) has released the discussion draft of his new data privacy legislation to the general public, aimed at holding US executives and corporations more responsible when handling/storing customer data.
New research from The International Information System Security Certification Consortium paints an interesting depiction of today’s cyber security landscape, showing which areas/skills are currently lacking and what employers are looking for headed into the future.