Airbus Attacked by Avivore – China’s Bird Eater

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Last week brought to light the significant challenge aerospace and defense companies face in protecting their IP. According to ZDNet, European aerospace and defense giant Airbus had its IP stolen by Chinese ...
Exim attacks

Endless Vulnerabilities: Email is Inherently Flawed

On June 5, a vulnerability named ‘Return of the WIZard’ was publicly disclosed that rendered Exim servers, which run 57% of the internet’s email servers, vulnerable to attack. The vulnerability allows remotely ...
Encryption for Email and File Sharing That's Easy to Use

Secure File Sharing: The next NIST Standard

Last week, Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon sent a letter to the National Institute of Standards (NIST) asking them to: ‘create and publish guidance describing how individuals and organizations can safely share ...

Back Doors – A Bad Idea for Good People

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Requiring cloud providers to provide back doors for law enforcement will weaken security for everyone. A back door in security is a way for government, law enforcement, or some other entity to ...

3 takeaways from DOJ’s indictment of Russian hackers

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Amidst the recent nonstop news cycles, you may have missed the most recent published reports in which the Democratic National Committee aired out yet another round of malicious Russian cyber activity targeting ...