What Lies Ahead for Internet Security

By JDavis | 12/10/10 6:47 AM

In a recent blog post, Symantec's Kevin Haley offers a comprehensive list of predictions about the direction of Internet Security in 2011. Among the predictions are:

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Mocana Op-ed: Computer Worm Could Multiply San Bruno Type Disasters

By JDavis | 11/8/10 12:21 PM

Citing the recent gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno, CA as well as the Stuxnet worm that has infected industrial control systems worldwide, Mocana CEO Adrian Turner addresses the critical need to secure the Internet of Things in his recent op-ed in the San Jose Mercury News.

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Critical Infrastructure Under Political Cyberattack

By JDavis | 10/20/10 12:33 PM

With the recent findings that the Stuxnet worm was indeed sophisticated malware designed as an industrial weapon, concerns about the cybersecurity of industrial and critical infrastructure are at an all time high. Now comes a report that over half of critical infrastructure has already been the target of politically-motivated attacks.

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Government Introduces "Perfect Citizen"

By JDavis | 7/8/10 1:14 PM

The Wall Street Journal reports on a new computer network surveillance program being launched by the federal government. The project, dubbed "Perfect Citizen," will be led by the National Security Agency (NSA) who have already contracted defense heavyweights Raytheon for the project.

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