Malware Installed on Travelers’ Laptops Through Software Updates on Hotel Internet Connections – Recent analysis from the FBI and other government agencies demonstrates that malicious actors are targeting travelers abroad through pop-up windows while establishing an Internet connection in their hotel rooms. […]
Are you working with large pcap files and need to see the “whole picture” while still being able to quickly drill down to individual packets for a TCP or UDP flow? Then this is your lucky day, since we at Netresec are releasing our new tool CapLoader today! […]
Welcome to DerbyCon 2.0 – “The Reunion”. This is the place where security professionals from all over the world come to hang out. DerbyCon 2.0 will be held September 27-30th, 2012. DerbyCon 2011 pulled in over 1,100 people with an amazing speaker lineup and a family-like feel. We’ve listened to your feedback and plan on making this conference even better. Our goal is to keep it around the same size and maintain a close-knit conference where we all come together to learn and share ideas. […]
Those engaging in cyberespionage to steal various classified and/or proprietary documents from U.S. agencies and other organizations are riding high. Foreign spies, including U.S. allies, are increasingly launching digital assaults against the nation to steal sensitive economic secrets, according to a recent report by the U.S. Office of National Counterintelligence Executive (UNSEX). The theft of this critical information shows that attackers – state-sponsored or not – are enlisting whatever weaknesses in systems they can to thieve corporate and government data, often going unnoticed for months. Experts share background on the types of attacks to watch out for and what to do to thwart them. […]
The Counter Terror Expo US is coming to Washington, DC on May 16 and 17 to the Washington Convention Center. I had the esteemed opportunity to interview Wayne Crawford, Vice President of North America, Clarion Events for Counter Terror Expo US and Amb. David J. Smith, Senior Fellow & Cyber Center Director at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies during my weekly BlogTalkRadio show. Mr. Crawford provided a wealth of information about the upcoming event while Amb. Smith gave some insight about the topic he will be discussing at the Expo. […]
Choose Privacy Week is an initiative that invites library users into a national conversation about privacy rights in a digital age. The campaign gives libraries the tools they need to educate and engage users, and gives citizens the resources to think critically and make more informed choices about their privacy.
The American Library Association (ALA) has developed a variety of resources to help libraries reach out to their communities. We hope you will explore this site to learn more about what your community can do to spark thought and discussion around privacy issues today. Whether you are considering creating a display, sponsoring a contest, hosting a program or workshop, or moderating a community dialogue about privacy, we have tools that can help! […]