Information Security Laws Investigations and Ethics
- October 31, 2014
News roundup: Verizon gave its mobile users an early Halloween trick: a cookie that cannot be erased, despite a number of privacy concerns. Also: compromising an air-gapped computer over the air; an alleged government-funded hack against a CBS ...
- October 10, 2014
News roundup: Colleges across the country are offering courses in offensive hacking, but are they ethical? Plus: Why the first 'online murder' may happen in 2014; Palo Alto and NSS Labs make up; numerous Android security issues surface.
- September 12, 2014
News roundup: City-sponsored situational awareness software use at a music festival illustrates the importance of enterprise surveillance strategy evaluation. Plus: Apache Tomcat upgrade; OpenSSL security policy; and call center security concerns.
- July 10, 2014
News roundup: Facebook's manipulation of users' news feeds has reignited the data privacy debate regarding how enterprises should manage user data.
- June 26, 2014
Special report: The handling of an OWASP employee's disputed harassment claim has sparked a debate over the group's governance and its future.
- April 01, 2014
It remains unclear whether Trustwave could be held liable for Target's massive 2013 data breach in future litigation.
- March 26, 2014
The lawsuit cites Target for negligence in its massive data breach, and accuses Trustwave of not spotting the incident in a timely manner.
- March 05, 2014
Attorney Marcia Hofmann says without new data privacy laws, the FBI can strong-arm providers into handing over customers' sensitive data.
- March 04, 2014
Video: Security luminary Bruce Schneier details his role in the NSA surveillance revelations and hints at the release of new Edward Snowden documents.
- August 01, 2013
In his keynote at Black Hat 2013, Gen. Keith Alexander said NSA surveillance programs have strict oversight, despite many inaccurate media reports.