China Says Mandiant Report "Lacks Technical Proof"

By Robert Vamosi | 2/21/13 3:13 AM

Shortly after the digital forensics firm Mandiant release its report linking the Chinese military's unit 61398 with most of the high-profile global hacking of late, the Chinese government denied the accusation.

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Chinese Military Clearly Linked To Recent Cyber Attacks

By Robert Vamosi | 2/18/13 11:00 PM

IP addresses owned by a group within the Chinese military have been found in numerous investigations of several global and high profile cyber attacks, according to new research

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Incident Response Is Shamoon's Lesson

By Robert Vamosi | 9/14/12 2:11 AM

When the data-destroying Shamoon malware hit last month, organizations ought to have used the moment to update their own incident response plans, says one expert.

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Once Hacked, Always Hacked?

By Robert Vamosi | 5/7/12 6:37 AM

The theory that hacked companies that survive are the lucky ones is being challenged. In a story in Wired.com, Kim Zetter tries to argue that once a company is hacked, it will always be subjected to future attacks. The article says that "learning to live with the threat, rather than trying to eradicate it, is the new normal."

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