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By Warwick Ashford Mar 18, 2016

FBI issues warning about car hacking

US security service calls on consumers and vehicle manufacturers to take steps to reduce the increasing risk of car hacking and to report incidents Continue Reading


Evaluate May 02, 2016

Hacking back: A viable strategy or a major risk?

Many organizations are now hacking back at attackers, in an active cyberdefense move. Expert Peter Sullivan explains the possible outcomes and drawbacks of taking action. Continue Reading


By Peter Loshin News May 27, 2016

House Reps tackle Rule 41 to limit government hacking

US Reps. Poe and Conyers join Sen. Wyden's fight against changes to Rule 41 that would remove limits on government hacking, introduce companion bill to quash changes. Continue Reading


By Peter Loshin News May 20, 2016

Senate bill would quash unlimited Rule 41 government hacks

Rule 41 changes face bipartisan opposition in Senate with the Wyden-Paul bill to rein in the expansion of authority to let the government hack unlimited numbers of devices with a single warrant. Continue Reading


By Eamon McCarthy Earls News Dec 22, 2015

Hack in Juniper firewalls spurs investigation

ICYMI: A serious breach in Juniper firewalls spurs industry and government reaction; Gartner names three APM leaders; and Savvius targets twin-stream packet capture for WLAN device. Continue Reading


By Peter Loshin News Mar 03, 2016

DOD announces 'Hack the Pentagon' bug bounty program

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announces the 'Hack the Pentagon' bug bounty program and new Defense Innovation Advisory Board to be headed by Eric Schmidt. Continue Reading


By Shaun Sutner News Feb 17, 2016

Healthcare held hostage in Hollywood hospital hack

Carl Wright, general manager and executive vice president of worldwide sales at cybersecurity firm TrapX Security, Inc., has seen and worked to foil a lot of hacks in previous stints as a U.S. ... Continue Reading


By Michael Heller News Feb 11, 2016

IRS hack leveraged stolen Social Security numbers

An IRS hack has compromised thousands of tax returns, and the attack was made possible through the use of stolen Social Security numbers. Continue Reading


By Nick Lewis Evaluate Apr 25, 2016

Can credit card hacking be stopped with Chip and PIN alone?

Amex cards have been discovered to be vulnerable to credit card hacking. Expert Nick Lewis explains how this happens, and what can be done about Chip and PIN security. Continue Reading


Jul 06, 2015

Italy’s Hacking Team gets hacked

Unknown hackers have posted a torrent file-sharing link to more than 400GB of Hacking Team data, including source code, internal documents and emails that could reveal the identity of customers Continue Reading