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http://www.thenewnewinternet.com/2010/02/16/more-must-be-done-to-prepare-us-for-cyber-attack/ and http://www.darkreading.com/security/cybercrime/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=222900775&cid=nl_DR_DAILY_2010-02-18_h Yesterday, former members of the Government participated in a Cyber Security Game called Operation CyberShockwave, which was a test of how well the US Government would handle a cyber-attack.  The results?  We failed miserably.  There’s more work that needs to be done. The scenario was an application […]

US Fails in CyberAttack Simulation


How to protect yourself against the Chinese Google hack – Computerworld Blogs By now you probably have heard about the “Google Hack”.  If not, here’s a recap.  Earlier in the week, Google announced on their blog that they were hacked in November (along with other companies in the Financial, Technology, […]

How to protect yourself against the Chinese Google hack – ...





What is Hacking: an Overview “Hacking”—It’s the catch phrase of the media and the Information Security field now days.  But is all hacking bad? And was hacking originally a criminal activity?  This article looks at both of these questions and more. There’s a lot more to hacking than what the […]

What is Hacking: an Overview


Virginia Won’t Pay Hacker’s Ransom Demand – InsideTech.com Recently a “cyber-criminal” (please note that I’m not using the overhyped and irresponsibly used term “hacker”) broke into the Virginia Department of Health’s database and stole a bunch of records.  The criminal claimed that they also deleted the backups of the records […]

Virginia Won’t Pay Hacker’s Ransom Demand – InsideTech.com