Cyberwarfare

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Information Warfare, Russia, New Zeland...it is arms race

Microsoft Security Intelligence Report 14 released

The Microsoft Security Intelligence Report (SIR) analyzes the threat landscape of exploits, vulnerabilities, and malware using data from Internet services and over 600 million computers worldwide. Threat awareness can help you protect your organization, software, and people.

Israel sets up 'secret' diplomatic mission in Persian Gulf

Israel established 11 new diplomatic missions worldwide between 2010 and 2012, the country’

Watch Dogs Game targets SCADA systems & shows cyberwarfare

We have been reading it in the news and now we are going to be able to play the game.

DOD confirms China’s cyberwar strategy

While media and private sector groups have discussed China’s cyberwar against the U.S.

The China syndrome

The era of declining inter-state conflicts, if it ever existed in the post-Cold War period, is dr

US government: zero-day vulnerabilities wanted - we pay bitcoins

Zero-day vulnerabilities are internet jackpots that will aid the attacker in it's attack.

Cybersecurity: How hospitals can prevent their patients from dying

Face it - our infrastructure is not build on security and now we are facing the threats that come

Step 1 in Cyberwarfare: Symptoms of an bad maintained IT environment

Information Technology is supposed to help an environment to work and act faster.

The Cyberwar Spiral: A History

Pavel Vrublevsky was born in Moscow, in 1978.

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