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Eugene Kaspersky presents on the cyber crime landscape and the threats of the age of cyber-warfare during Kaspersky Lab's Cyber Security Symposium and Global Corporate Product Launch.
In this address, Bruce examined the future of cyber war and cyber security. Mr. Schneier explored the current debate on the threat of cyber war, asking whether or not the threat had been over-stated. He then explored the range of attacks that have taken place, including the Latvian DOS attack and the Stuxnet worm. The address concluded with an exploration of the future of international treaties on cyber war.
Bruce Schneier is Chief Security Technology Officer of BT, an internationally renowned security technologist and author. Described by The Economist as a "security guru," he is best known as a candid and lucid security critic and commentator. His bestselling books include Applied Cryptography, Secrets and Lies, Beyond Fear and Schneier on Security.
Is the US contributing to the militarisation of cyberspace? Cyberwar. A conflict without footsoldiers, guns, or missiles.
Instead the attacks are launched by computer hackers. Digital spy rings. Information thieves. Cyberarmies of kids, criminals, terrorists - some backed by nation states.
Britain's recent defence pact with France poses no threat to the future of the Nato military alliance, Defence Secretary Liam Fox insisted today. While Nato will remain the bedrock of European security, straitened financial circumstances will increasingly require member states to enter into bilateral partnerships on specific priorities, Dr Fox said. But rejected calls for Britain to develop a greater defence profile within the European Union, warning against wasteful "double-hatting" which would see the EU attempt to replicate the structures and capabilities of the North Atlantic alliance.
As the websites in Georgia and Russia suffer from distributed denial of service attacks in the wake of conflict in South Ossetia, SophosLabs demonstrates what impact that has on people trying to visit the sites.
What would a government shutdown mean for the cybersecurity of government and data? CNN's Deborah Feyerick reports.
Atlanta, GA. June 22, 2009: WaySouth Media discusses Iran and the internet with IT security expert, Ariel Silverstone. Silverstone explains how the internet functions in Iran... and elsewhere within government and citizenry.
Silverstone also discusses pending United States internet-related legislation, communication tools and privacy issues, global engineering initiatives, YouTube, Twitter, media, and the future of the internet-related communications.
Politico's Eamon Javers stops by to discuss his new book on Wall Street spying, and Bob Schieffer talks about a potentially nuclear Iran with Karim Sandjadpour and White House Correspondent Chip Reid. Kaylee Hartung takes Unplugged Under 40 to Congress to meet with Scott Brown's communications director.
Interview with John Bumgarner at Cyber Warfare 2010 London
The Stuxnet computer worm most likely set back Iran’s nuclear weapons program by years. But who made it, and how? And what does it tell us about the US’s vulnerability to cyberwarfare? New York Times reporter John Markoff brings his analysis.
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- NATO - Six Colours: War in cyberspace
- BlueHat v10: Cyber [Crime/War] -- Connecting the Dots
- Preparing for Cyber War: Strategy and Force Posture in the Information-Centric World
- Ralph Langner: Cracking Stuxnet, a 21st-century cyber weapon
- The future of the security Industry by Bruce Schneier
- Cyberwarfare video: Fighting in the Fifth Dimension
- Marvin Ammori on Cyber warfare and Cyber security
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