Lessons Learned from Trident Breach

A panel of law enforcement experts who spoke at the recent FOSE conference in Washington, D.C., discussed some of the operation’s key lessons and the current state of law enforcement’s anti-cybercrime efforts.

Morning Security Brief: Military Gangs, Nuclear Weapons, Hacker Recruitment, and More

The FBI says gangs are present in every branch of the U.S. military. The last Cold War-era nuclear bomb is dismantled. NSA recruits young hackers. And more.

LulzSec Hackers Get a Lesson in CYA

A proxy service LulzSec hackers used hoping to hide their IP addresses may ultimately become the undoing of the group.

The Lure of Spearphishing

Take a look at the numbers behind a typical spearphishing campaign.

Hacker: Logging Out Of Facebook Is Not Enough

A hacker says on his blog that he's found proof that Facebook tracks users while they're logged out. A Facebook rep fires back in the comments section.

Morning Security Brief: LulzSec Hacker Busted, Other Uses For 3D Printers, APD Scraps WiFi Surveillance Plan, and More

Another member of LulzSec is caught, only two remain at large. 3D printing technology lauded for good is already being used for crime. The Austin Police Department kills a plan to log unsecured WiFi networks.

Breach Insurance Gains Steam

Companies can mitigate losses from cyberattacks and other data breaches by purchasing cyber insurance, but they should evaluate policies carefully.

Looking Ahead: Technology and Threats

Security Management's Matthew Harwood interviews futurist Marc Goodman.

Advanced Persistent Threats A Main Concern After ‘Year of the Hack’

A cybersecurity survey shows companies are having difficulty adapting to the evolving threat landscape.

$00.000025: The Going Rate On The Black Market For Your Email Address

McAfee's most recent quartely report says spammers are buying email addresses for cheap.

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