Posts Tagged ‘cyberattack’

RSA SecurID Breach Shows Why Everybody Must Stay Vigilant – eWeek

Sydney Morning Herald RSA SecurID Breach Shows Why Everybody Must Stay VigilanteWeekNews Analysis: The theft of unspecified information relating to the two-factor identification technology from the depths of RSA's SecurID security system should help corporate IT managers remember to do what...
March 20th, 2011 | News | Read More

Security Firm Is Vague on Its Compromised Devices – New York Times

ZDNet UK Security Firm Is Vague on Its Compromised DevicesNew York TimesSAN FRANCISCO — More than a day after RSA security posted an “urgent” alert warning that a sophisticated intruder might be able to initiate a “broad attack” on a password device used by millions of customers, the announcement...
March 20th, 2011 | News | Read More

SecurID Company Suffers a Breach of Data Security – New York Times

Wired News (blog) SecurID Company Suffers a Breach of Data SecurityNew York TimesSAN FRANCISCO — The RSA Security division of the EMC Corporation said Thursday that it had suffered a sophisticated data breach, potentially compromising computer security products widely used by corporations and governments....
March 18th, 2011 | News | Read More

Hackers attack Dutch prosecutors, police websites – Fox News

Sydney Morning Herald Hackers attack Dutch prosecutors, police websitesFox News| AP THE HAGUE, Netherlands – A police spokesman says hackers have attacked the websites for Dutch police and prosecutors, a day after the arrest of a 16-year-old in The Hague for involvement in a cyberattack on several...
December 10th, 2010 | News | Read More

Amazon Ousts WikiLeaks – InformationWeek

The Guardian Amazon Ousts WikiLeaksInformationWeekA day after the website condemned by the US for releasing classified government documents moved from it Swedish service provider to escape a cyberattack, Amazon.com has stopped hosting the site. By Antone Gonsalves , InformationWeek Amazon.com has...
December 2nd, 2010 | News | Read More

Google employee role in Chinese cyberattack draws attention – USA Today

BBC News (blog) Google employee role in Chinese cyberattack draws attentionUSA TodayIt is probable that a Google employee unwittingly participated in the cyberattack that has Google threatening to pull up stakes in China, says George Kurtz, chief technology officer of security firm McAfee. Kurtz...
January 19th, 2010 | News | Read More