Blog Posts Tagged with "Economy"


Cyber India: A Country Full of Contradictions

January 05, 2012 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini

India is increasingly targeted for cyber espionage, cyber warfare, cyber terrorism, but its response to the same is not so energetic. Consider that India still has not formulated a cyber warfare policy and, as usual, the word cyber security, in the country has no meaning...

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NATO: Cybercrime Drains One Trillion Dollars from Economy Yearly

December 07, 2011 Added by:Headlines

"One trillion dollars disappears annually from the global economy because of cybercrime. Industrial secrets, copyright, intellectual property, state secrets become increasingly difficult to protect. Economies are running on these complex systems, which can be easily destroyed," Shea said...

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U.S. Military Chief Warns of Economic Cyber Threat

December 01, 2011 Added by:Headlines

"We lose enormous intellectual property rights. We're under constant attack every day. And it's going to take a whole government approach," said General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff...

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Sony Stock Hammered in Wake of Security Breaches

June 06, 2011 Added by:Anthony M. Freed

The unrelenting security incidents plaguing Sony, compounded by the recent earthquake and Tsunami in Japan, has worked to undermined shareholder confidence in the entertainment giant, and the result is a steady decline in the company's share price...

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China Advances Cyber Warfare as Primary Strategy

May 02, 2011 Added by:Headlines

The Chinese have long seen a tactical cyber offensive capability as being a powerful equalizer in their quest to attain superpower status and undermine the effectiveness of international political rivals. The Chinese strategy extends well beyond potential military targets...

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CIOs: Anticipating ‘Real’ Recovery for IT

March 04, 2011 Added by:Rahul Neel Mani

New technologies are emerging at lightning pace. Economic pressures are bogging down strategic planning. Demand on IT is escalating to untenable levels. Sounds daunting? CIOs had better buckle up, because these are some of the challenges AmerisourceBergen CIO Tom Murphy sees on the horizon for 2011...

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Why Infosec Languishes, Part II

October 28, 2009 Added by:Jim Anderson

Although external forces including economic downturn and market specific slowdowns do have their impact, these external forces alone often cannot explain why information security makes so little progress.   This phenomenon is often true even in situations where senior infosec leadership is experienced, holds multiple certifications, and otherwise commands an excellent grasp of the multip...

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Why Infosec Languishes, Part 1

October 05, 2009 Added by:Jim Anderson

This subject has been simmering for a long time but the events of the unfolding economic crisis and so many colleagues and acquaintances in the industry who have suffered substantially in their efforts to advance information security within their organizations have prompted me to organize my thoughts in this area.

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