Security expert Mikko Hypponen of F-Secure talks about the events of Year 1 After Snowden, and their impact on people and business.
In an exclusive interview, Amazon Web Services CTO Werner Vogels tells Edwin Yapp that cloud computing is an undeniable and unstoppable force driven by the competitive needs of businesses, and while there are still some impediments that stand in the way of full adoption, its acceptance is uninevitable.
Teleportation takes a backseat for Serguei Beloussov as he looks into quantum communications Don’t need to look to the future for inspiration, the present has problems that need to be plugged
The future of the Internet demands a new proactive attitude in how governments, the industry and academia collectively manage issues such as privacy, security and trust, says a top European Union official. Edwin Yapp reports from CeBIT in Hannover, Germany.
In recent months Kaspersky Lab experts have been closely monitoring so-called Darknet resources, mostly the Tor network, and one thing that is immediately obvious is that the cybercriminal element is growing.
The theft, misuse and exploitation of privileged accounts has become an increasingly key tactic in each phase of an advance persistent threat (APT) attack cycle, and this will largely continue into next year, said enterprise security solutions vendor CyberArk, outlining its security predictions for 2014.
Silk Road has reportedly reopened, though it is anybody’s guess whether the rebirth of the online drugs and weapons black market is for real, or in fact a honeypot, writes Lisa Vaas.
Let’s not allow government indecisiveness or our fellow Malaysians’ apathy stop us from holding the US Government accountable for its actions, argues A. Asohan.
The Malaysian Government said it will investigate allegations that the US Embassy in KL is actually a spy station, finally acting after a string of revelations from whistleblower Edward Snowden, but its reticence may have come from the fact that its record on privacy is hardly spotless, writes A. Asohan.
While the NSA will never be able to de-anonymise all Tor users all of the time, now law enforcement has its hands on the servers that allow it to do just that with Silk Road buyers and drug dealers. Those users should be nervous, writes Lisa Vaas.