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  1. High-performance wireless router from Netgear
  2. McAfee SIEM solution delivers situational awareness
  3. Arbor Networks improves its network intelligence solution
  4. RSA Conference Europe announces keynote lineup
  5. BYOD vulnerability remediation from iScan Online
  6. October Patch Tuesday Preview (CVE-2013-3893 patch coming!), (Thu, Oct 3rd)
  7. CSAM: Web Honeypot Logs, (Thu, Oct 3rd)
  8. EU government telco provider was subjected to major attack
  9. Lawmaker: Snowden may have had help with leaks
  10. The safest cloud apps for the enterprise
  11. 1Password 4 for Mac released
  12. FBI busts operator of Silk Road, seizes $3.6M in Bitcoins
  13. Mocana unwraps protection for iOS 7 apps
  14. US demanded access to encryption keys of email provider Lavabit
  15. Bitcoin forum goes offline after hack
  16. Yahoo abandons T-shirt rewards for vulnerability information
  17. Senator vows fierce defense of NSA data collection, surveillance programs
  18. The Internet of Things will change everything
  19. Are workers drowning in a sea of ineffective technology?
  20. Free eBook: Guide to Monitoring Virtualized Environments
  21. Silk Road taken down, owner arrested
  22. Technology eliminates bot-infected traffic from advertising campaigns
  23. Bruce Schneier: The battle for power on the Internet
  24. McAfee solution remediates advanced malware
  25. Aruba Networks releases cloud Wi-Fi solution
  26. US DOJ opposes company requests to publish surveillance statistics
  27. Obamacare related domain registration spike, Government shutdown domain registration beginning, (Wed, Oct 2nd)
  28. CSAM: Misc. DNS Logs, (Wed, Oct 2nd)
  29. IE Vulnerability Update #Japan #Metasploit
  30. ZeroAccess: The Most Profitable Botnet
  31. Silent Circle moves away from NIST cryptographic standards, cites uncertainty
  32. Google adds search by image to Chrome browser
  33. Yahoo concerned that release of redacted FISA papers may mislead
  34. NSA encryption-defeating efforts will backfire, privacy advocates say
  35. More NSA leaks to come, Guardian says
  36. Could the EU cyber security directive cost companies billions?
  37. Innovation, big data and the future of information security
  38. Is wireless the Trojan horse in your network security?
  39. Get a VIP ticket to HITBSecConf and $1337 of travel money
  40. Portable USB drive fixes malware-crippled machines
  41. Get a VIP ticket to HITBSecConf and $1337 od travel money
  42. AlgoSec updates security management suite
  43. Splunk and ForeScout partner on big data and security intelligence
  44. Splunk Enterprise 6 released
  45. Whitepaper: Exploring white box cryptography
  46. Video: Cracking corporate passwords
  47. Connections between personality types and phishing
  48. "microsoft support" calls - now with ransomware, (Wed, Oct 2nd)
  49. SAP seeks an edge from NSA surveillance worries
  50. Public release of IE exploit could spark widespread attacks
  51. Privacy campaigners barred from releasing Facebook's response to complaints
  52. Former Qwest CEO out of prison, blames NSA for troubles
  53. Researchers sinkhole half a million ZeroAccess bots
  54. CSAM! Send us your logs!, (Tue, Oct 1st)
  55. Facebook extends Graph Search to include posts, updates, comments
  56. iOS 7 Adds Multipath TCP, (Tue, Oct 1st)
  57. Twitter DM spam/malware, (Mon, Sep 30th)
  58. Do you have your network perimeter secured against downloading malicious content?, (Sat, Sep 28th)
  59. Tools for reviewing infected websites, (Fri, Sep 27th)
  60. Cigital nets $50M investment from LLR Partners
  61. Security company scours 'Dark Web' for stolen data
  62. Fake AdBlock Plus app removed from Google's Play store
  63. Intel to acquire network security firm Sensory Networks
  64. Shutdown could test IT security at federal agencies
  65. Is that hotspot safe to use? Wi-Fi Alliance wants to help
  66. Symantec seizes part of massive peer-to-peer botnet ZeroAccess
  67. Tech firms push for NSA surveillance transparency bills
  68. Hackers gather in Colombia for Security Zone 2013
  69. MEPs hear US privacy experts, whistleblowers and Snowden statement
  70. Over 50% don't protect their Android devices
  71. Cybercrime service providers arrested in Europe
  72. Whitepaper: Top mobile application security threats
  73. Common data breach handling mistakes
  74. Rapid7 offers free tools and terabytes of its own research
  75. BrowserCheck gets automated daily scanning and Mac support
  76. NSA creates US citizens' profiles by collecting metadata, public and commercial data
  77. Security industry in 'rut,' struggling to keep up with cybercriminals
  78. Forget fingerprints: Your iris is your new identity
  79. Brute-force malware targets email and FTP servers
  80. Privacy: a Core Finnish Value
  81. Latest IE 0-day still unpatched, attacks exploiting it go back three months
  82. 7 sneak attacks used by today's most devious hackers
  83. The motives behind nation state driven cyber attacks
  84. UK to create new cyber defence force
  85. Two youngsters arrested for different DDoS attacks
  86. Average online bank account is accessed by 2.4 unique devices
  87. The impact of false positives on web application security scanners
  88. Guidelines to manage increased IT risk
  89. Average online bank account is accessed by 2.4 unique devices
  90. Set, manage and monitor privileged account security
  91. Protect high-value transactions on iOS and Android
  92. Cyberoam launches next-generation firewall appliances
  93. Free guide: Server-gated cryptography
  94. Week in review: Data broker databases breached, Apple Touch ID hack, and possible solution to click fraud problem
  95. Microsoft received 37,000 end-user data requests in first half of year
  96. Iran accused of hacking into US Navy computers
  97. Rights groups plan anti-NSA surveillance rally in D.C.
  98. France sanctions Google for European privacy law violations
  99. Google finally squashes IM bug
  100. US gov't shutdown could take money from IT workers, contracts
  101. IE zero-day vulnerability exploited more widely than previously thought
  102. Hack of major data brokers weakens bank authentication
  103. Cisco IOS updates fix 10 denial-of-service vulnerabilities
  104. Researchers may have solved the click fraud problem
  105. US intelligence heads speak for FISA preservation
  106. Government IT Leaders Wrestle With Security Risks
  107. NSA admits employees spied on loved ones
  108. Usage-based auto insurance found to pose privacy risks
  109. NSA: Surveillance court says no upper limit on phone records collection
  110. New information-theft malware 'Napolar' is gaining traction, researchers warn
  111. Tor-using Mevade botnet is stealthy new version of old threat
  112. New TDL Dropper Variants Exploit CVE-2013-3660
  113. Legislation aims to end bulk collection of phone records
  114. Challenges faced by top CSOs
  115. Windows 8 Business Checklist
  116. Cloud Security Alliance releases Cloud Controls Matrix 3.0
  117. Users want a seamless experience in public Wi-Fi
  118. Microsoft, Facebook and Mozilla hunt for developers at HackWEEKDAY
  119. Cybercriminals exploit most news within 22 hours
  120. Watchful Software updates its information protection solution
  121. Espionage campaign targeting Asian supply chains uncovered
  122. NSA chief seeks more data from private sector in sharing offer
  123. Egnyte launches 'PRISM protection' file sharing appliance to beat cloud worries
  124. 5 Ways CIOs Need to Prepare for Obamacare
  125. Malicious browser extensions pose a serious threat and defenses are lacking
  126. Suitcase-size device may help save lifes of disaster victims
  127. US government security background checks fumbled by investigators
  128. How do you monitor DNS?, (Thu, Sep 26th)
  129. Amateur hacker behind DDoS attack on China?
  130. New US bill aims to curb NSA collection of phone and other records
  131. 'Viceroi' algorithm improves detection of click fraud
  132. 'Icefog' spying operation targeted Japan, South Korea
  133. Is mobile anti-virus even necessary?
  134. Industry leaders perceive numerous security threats to their data
  135. New TDL dropper variants exploit CVE-2013-3660
  136. Organizations fear their privacy activities are insufficient
  137. Whitepaper: Securing Multiple Domains with SSL
  138. Icefog cyber espionage campaign exposed
  139. Organizations are flying blind as they embrace cloud services
  140. Deploy endpoint encryption technologies with Wave Cloud 2014
  141. CORE Impact Pro 2013 R2 gets enhanced web services capabilities
  142. Amazon.com released Fire OS 3.0 "Mojito"
  143. Big data analytics for security intelligence
  144. Social media, mobile phones top attack targets
  145. Sudan drops off Internet amid internal strife
  146. Google gets kudos for tossing older Chrome plug-in API
  147. Data broker databases breached, stolen info used by ID theft service
  148. Yahoo ID recycling scheme is potential security minefield
  149. Review: 1Password: Manage passwords or die trying
  150. Apple Touch ID hack was easier than expected
  151. Employees keep using personal cloud services to store work documents
  152. Former senators say Congress needs to rein in the NSA
  153. Google yanks sketchy iMessage clone for Android from app store
  154. Indian biometric ID project faces court hurdle
  155. Virginia Tech breach exposes data on 145K job applicants
  156. Java exploits jump, Android malware emerges outside app stores
  157. Reactions from the security community to iOS 7
  158. Most tech executives planning for cyber attacks
  159. Free Wi-Fi, but at what cost?
  160. Budget and job trend data for CISOs
  161. Phishing and malicious attachments on the increase
  162. MEPs raise suspension of EU-US bank data deal
  163. Free eBook: 5 Things You Need to Know About Disaster Recovery Planning
  164. Cancel data sharing deal with US, EU politicians urge
  165. Chrome will block NPAPI plug-ins over stability, security concerns
  166. Dropbox joins bid to publish spy data requests
  167. Attackers sharpen skills: What that really means for CISOs
  168. Survey highlights ignorant IT behavior in the workplace
  169. Twitter fixes Tweet button issue that downloaded a torrent file
  170. Apple is a tempting phishing target for scammers
  171. Unofficial Android iMessage app can steal info and download malware
  172. Major increase in Filecoder malware
  173. Concerns around insider threats escalate
  174. Rootkit detector for OS X
  175. Widespread disregard for corporate cloud policies
  176. Researcher despairs of critical SIM flaws being fixed before attacks happen
  177. Cisco enhances safety and security solutions
  178. A short overview of Android banking malware
  179. Apache Struts security update disables vulnerable feature
  180. How do you spell "PSK"?, (Mon, Sep 23rd)
  181. IE 0-day attack reports push ISC to raise official threat level
  182. Federal cyber security pros lack confidence in FISMA
  183. Encryption is still the best defense, despite NSA code-cracking
  184. Security org raises Internet threat level after seeing expanded IE attacks
  185. Rather than walling off from NSA, Brazil should welcome whistleblowers
  186. LinkedIn denies harvesting user email accounts without permission
  187. German hackers say old technique can bypass Apple's Touch ID
  188. CCC hackers say they cracked Apple's Touch ID
  189. Big data investments continue to rise
  190. Is your status update also a red flag for danger?
  191. Investigating the security of the Firefox OS
  192. Free guide to iOS 7
  193. HP unveils new family of next-generation firewall appliances
  194. Week in review: Undetectable hardware Trojans, Chinese hackers for hire, and latest IE 0-day insight
  195. Sen. Franken seeks data on privacy controls in iPhone 5s fingerprint tech
  196. RSA advises customers to stop using NSA-influenced encryption algorithm
  197. Threat Level Yellow: Protection recommendations regarding Internet Explorer exploits in the wild, (Fri, Sep 20th)
  198. Gang exploits both physical and system security during bank robbery
  199. Apple's iOS 7 patches 80 vulnerabilities
  200. Experts praise Pentagon's march to security standards
  201. PHP updates released 19 SEP 2013 - http://www.php.net/downloads.php, (Fri, Sep 20th)
  202. Clever email campaign delivers deadly ransomware to orgs
  203. Belgacom was breached by Britain's GCHQ
  204. Eight arrested over £1.3 million theft from Barclays bank
  205. Websites of energy sector companies compromised in watering hole attack
  206. Tech group asks 21 countries to disclose surveillance requests
  207. US FTC lacks data breach authority, says accused medical lab
  208. Vulnerability in IE Could Allow Remote Code Execution
  209. HP helps government agencies protect information
  210. ENISA report on top cyber threats
  211. Cost of cyber crime study: United States
  212. DeviceLock now prevents data leakage from Macs
  213. Acronis advances secure BYOD with mobilEcho
  214. Another flawed Office update tells users to buy the suite
  215. Hacking courses offer cybercrooks tips on how to hone skills
  216. Healthcare IT Security Is Difficult, But Not Impossible
  217. Critics say federal court got it wrong in defense of NSA activity
  218. Researchers discover ties between TDSS and ZeroAccess rootkit families
  219. iOS 7 Security Prompts
  220. Snowden's role provided 'perfect cover' for NSA data theft
  221. Government Networks Unprepared for Cloud, Big Data Transitions
  222. Hackers exploit critical IE bug; Microsoft promises patch
  223. 7 Biggest IT Compliance Headaches and How CIOs Can Cure Them
  224. New wave of Shylock Trojan targets bank customers
  225. Beware of 419 scam emails delivered via CNNís "Email This" feature
  226. The legal implications of BYOD
  227. Mobile data security remains weak
  228. Latest IE 0-day insight: Background, severity and solutions
  229. Phishers increasingly target brands
  230. Whitepaper: Critical priorities in enterprise security
  231. What keeps IT pros up at night?
  232. CloudSigma launches hybrid hosting with private patching
  233. HP unveils community-sourced threat intelligence platform
  234. More Goodies in the Apple Security Update Basket!, (Wed, Sep 18th)
  235. 10,000+ to compete at world's biggest hacking competition
  236. Apple DDOS? Nope, just the update coming down!, (Wed, Sep 18th)
  237. Rootkit freezes computers' hard disk to respawn itself
  238. Cisco DCNM Update Released, (Wed, Sep 18th)
  239. Apple IOS 7 - Brace for Impact!, (Wed, Sep 18th)
  240. iTunes 11.1 released, fixes CVE-2013-1035 remote code execution vulnerability. (Look for specifics at http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222 sometime soon), (Wed, Sep 18th)
  241. Chinese hackers for hire tied to Bit9 and Aurora attacks
  242. Microsoft issued Fix it for actively exploited IE 0-day
  243. LynuxWorks releases a rootkit detection system
  244. Vulnerability in IE Could Allow Remote Code Execution
  245. Security researchers create undetectable hardware trojans
  246. Space storms causing satellite failures that blunt Internet and TVs
  247. China-based hacking group behind hundreds of attacks on U.S. companies
  248. Firefox 24 delivers 17 security updates
  249. Self-healing BIOS security from HP
  250. Kaspersky Lab launches solution for multi-device security