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Recent NSA leaks show challenge of a software 'solution' for insider threats
The rudimentary nature of these incidents makes it extremely difficult to create programs that keep material secure without negatively impacting workforce morale.
Creating a insider threat program that won't scare your employees
Richard Ford, Chief Scientist for Forcepoint, talks with Greg Otto about the human side of cybersecurity and how departments beyond the security team are vital to crafting a smart insider threat program.
Forcepoint, emphasizing 'human-centered' security, buys RedOwl
"If the cybersecurity industry fails to put people at the center, it is certain to fall short in helping customers protect their most vital assets,” said Forcepoint CEO Matthew Moynahan.
Shadow Brokers grow increasingly aggressive, threaten to dox former U.S. spy
In a post on social media publishing site Steemit, the group also hinted at being in possession of FBI hacking tools.
Oracle databases at risk because of a leaked NSA hacking tool, researcher says
The recent outing of leaked NSA hacking tools designed to compromise SWIFT Service Alliance servers comes with a key to pry open thousands of Oracle servers around the globe, new research suggests. A mysterious group self-named the Shadow Brokers, which has been publishing authentic internal NSA documents since last summer, shared new material on April 14 detailing an expansive U.S. espionage operation aimed at hacking into Middle Eastern SWIFT service bureaus.
Leaked NSA hacking tools are a hit on the dark web
A shadowy cast of random hackers are now sharing, promoting and working to reverse engineer the tools in the latest Shadow Brokers dump.