Kremlin rejects U.S. accusation that Russia is behind cyber attack

… was responsible for the ‘NotPetya’ cyber attack last year, after the White … of the attack. In response to a question about the attack, he … a British official about ‘NotPetya’ attack were groundless and part of … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Kremlin rejects…

White House blames Russia for ‘reckless’ NotPetya cyber attack

… Russia for the devastating ‘NotPetya’ cyber attack last year, joining the British … also a reckless and indiscriminate cyber attack that will be met with … Western countries. The so-called NotPetya attack in June started in Ukraine … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE White House…

Cisco ACI and Citrix NetScaler solution wins Digital Secure Perimeter Leadership award at Citrix Summit 2018

Citrix Summit 2018 global alliance awards were announced last month in Anaheim, California. The award winners were announced at both Global and Geo events held on Jan 9.  Read awards… VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Cisco ACI and Citrix NetScaler solution wins Digital Secure Perimeter Leadership…

Britain publicly blames Vladimir Putin’s government for cyber attack that hit Europe

… a cyber attack which spread across Europe last year. The malware attack, named … Kremlin as responsible for the attack, underlines the fact the Government … the destructive NotPetya cyber attack of June 2017. “The attack showed a … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Britain…

UK Fentanyl Vendor Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison

Last year, 25-year-old Kyle Enos pleaded guilty to the distribution of fentanyl and similar fentanyl trafficking trafficking or possessing charges. Months later, in early February 2018, Cardiff Crown Court Judge Eleri Rees sentenced the Newport man to eight years in prison. The judge took into…

Newly Released Surveillance Orders Show That Even with Individualized Court Oversight, Spying Powers Are Misused

Once-secret surveillance court orders obtained by EFF last week show that even when the court authorizes the government to spy on specific Americans for national security purposes, that authorization can be misused to potentially violate other people’s civil liberties. These documents raise larger questions about…

Cyber attacks have doubled, but more data breaches being thwarted

… increase in the volume of cyber attacks over the last two years … that record numbers of these attacks were thwarted by organizations that … criminals are launching more ambitious attacks that produce long-term profits, leveraging … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Cyber attacks have…

BMG v. Cox: ISPs Can Make Their Own Repeat-Infringer Policies, But the Fourth Circuit Wants A Higher “Body Count”

Last week’s BMG v. Cox decision has gotten a lot of attention for its confusing take on secondary infringement liability, but commentators have been too quick to dismiss the implications for the DMCA safe harbor. Internet service providers are still not copyright police, but the…

The British Special Services have Stopped 54 Million Cyber Attacks

… services have stopped 54 million cyber attacks last year. Also, 120,000 … that blocking sites and reporting attacks has been done using the … of global phishing and viral attacks in the United Kingdom from … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE The British Special Services…

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