Obama administration considering options to escalate response to Chinese cyberattacks
Obama administration considering options to escalate response to Chinese cyberattacks
                           

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Anonymous calls for Internet blackout to protest CISPA

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Hacking group Anonymous asked websites to black out their front pages on Monday, in protest against legislation in the U.S. that would allow online companies and government agencies to more easily share personal information.The protest against the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA), meant to start from 6...
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House passes Cispa cybersecurity bill despite warnings from White House

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White House advisers warned they'd recommend president veto legislation in face of increased privacy concernsThe House of Representatives passed a controversial cybersecurity bill on Thursday in the face of warnings that it undermined privacy and a threat from White House advisers warning they would recommend President Barack Obama veto the...
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Symantec's new Threats Report shows a small decline in spam and a huge rise in the number of targeted attacks. [Read more]...
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Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting small businesses due to their less sophisticated defenses, according to a new report from Symantec.Companies with 250 employees or less absorbed 18 percent of targeted cyberattacks in 2011, but the figure jumped to 31 percent in 2012, Symantec said in its Internet Security Threat Report...
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Gaming Companies Hit By Cyberattack

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As Congress Debates CISPA, Companies Admit No Real Damage From Cyberattacks

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Since the beginning of the cybersecurity FUDgasm from Congress, we've been asking for proof of the actual problem. All we get are stories about how airplanes might fall from the sky, but not a single, actual example of any serious problem. Recently, some of the rhetoric shifted to how it...
As Congress Debates CISPA, Companies Admit No Real Damage From Cyberattacks

U.S. government, business leaders push China on cyberattacks, Internet censorship

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BEIJING-- At a rare event Tuesday featuring both American and Chinese government officials, U.S. diplomats and business leaders tried using economic arguments to persuade China to stop its cyberattacks and Internet censorship. Read full article >>...
U.S. government, business leaders push China on cyberattacks, Internet censorship

Today's Scuttlebot: Anonymous vs. North Korea, and Hijacked Webcams

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The technology reporters and editors of The New York Times scour the Web for important and peculiar items. For Wednesday, selections include a children's car seat that electronically monitors the occupant and sends alerts to a smartphone, South Korea stepping up its efforts to deter cyberattacks and a virtual currency's...
Today's Scuttlebot: Anonymous vs. North Korea, and Hijacked Webcams
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