Jun 30, 2009 -China's controversial plan to force computer manufacturers to include Internet filtering software in the machines sold inside the country, slated for Wednesday, has been called off indefinitely, delighting critics.
Jun 22, 2009 -A team of bloggers has hacked into Facebook using unsophisticated means and say the company has not repaired the security hole despite telling the company of the vulnerability over two weeks ago.
Jun 17, 2009 -This comment by Philip Reitinger, director of the National Cybersecurity Center at the Department of Homeland Security, is interesting considering what's going on in Iran as the opposition uses digital warfare tactics to bring down government and pro-government Web sites after what many see as a fraudulent election on Friday.
In this Security Managementonline exclusive, SM teamed up with Strauchs LLC to survey 100 large corporations and gauge how well they've dealt with "convergence." You may be surprised how well the melding process is going considering all the buzz surrounding the topic.
Jun 04, 2009 -With the release of President Barack Obama's report on cybersecurity last Friday, it seems apt to ponder a question posed by Wired.com's Threat Level blog: "Is the hacking threat to national security overblown?"
Jun 04, 2009 -Cybercriminals may be targeting YouTube account holders through spoofed e-mails aimed at tricking them to respond with their personal information, according to a TechCrunch.com post carried by The Washington Post.