NEWS & ANALYSIS

Cyberattack on Nuclear Laboratory May Have China Link

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, according to a government memo, suffered phishing attacks possibly from China.

Spamming for Ron Paul

A Ukrainian botnet targeted over 162 million E-mail addresses with spam promoting Ron Paul.

Cybercrime Flourishes as the U.S. Government Fails to Respond

A new investigative report says the U.S. government is short-changing its cybersecurity efforts while cybercrime costs U.S. businesses $67.2 billion annually.

Bush Pushes to Redirect Funds into Cybersecurity

President Bush is asking Congress to redirect $152 million to shore up cybersecurity vulnerabilities at government agencies.

German Companies the Target of Foreign Espionage

China, aiming to become more technologically competitive, is aggressively spying on German companies.

Survey: Downloading Music Top Threat, Say IT Managers

Despite the risk of employees downloading music, most companies don't block that activity.

Congress Looks Into Electrical Grid Security

Lawmakers fear the nation's electric infrastructure is vulnerable to a devastating cyberattack.

Cybercrime Could Imperil Electoral Process

Researchers says internet scams are a threat to future elections.

DHS Computers Hacked

Dozens of computers compromised.

Security Breaches More Severe

Although the number of organizations hit by security breaches has decreased, the severity of the breaches has shown a marked increase.
 




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