The cyber-sleuth who exposed Ghostnet, a Chinese cyber-espionage ring, and continues to advocate for the Canadian government to more actively pursue a cyber-security strategy will be a featured speaker at this year’s TEDxToronto.
China is once again being suspected of involvement in cyber-surveillance after security vendor McAfee Corp. released a report about a major, years-long hacking operation yesterday.Operation Shady RAT was a five-year operation conducted by
A global leak that's turning government officials' faces red as Rudolph's nose, the BlackBerry ban, Facebook's privacy faux pas and the tablet wars sparked by iPad. These are some of the top technology
Cyber spies based in Chengdu, China have reportedly used phishing e-mail attacks and a bot network -- abetted by social media -- to steal top secret Indian government documents and visa information from
From cyber-espionage networks, to Conficker, to the threat posed by social media sites and mobile phones -- if businesses could just keep their machines patched, hackers wouldn't be so successful, says Sophos CEO
You would figure that sensitive information about something like the U.S.'s new breed of fighter jets would be well-secured against hackers. But all it took was one e-mail to compromise a computer that
The Canadian government should move quickly to prevent improper use of the Internet by state agencies, businesses and organized crime rings across the world.That's an urgent plea being made by the group of
Published on: April 3rd, 2009 Nestor E. Arellano and Owen Fletcher @itbusinessca