Information Warfare: Chinese Hackers Are So Damn Useful

August 3, 2014: While China consistently denies any knowledge of or participation in numerous Internet based attacks a growing number of Internet security firms have succeeded in developing the ability to track the activity of some 30 Chinese hacking groups believed to be working for the Chinese government. Recently one of the more capable of…

Cyberwarfare: Protecting ‘soft underbelly’ of USA

John Torrisi Thursday, 15 May 2014 | 12:34 PM ET CNBC.com A small-scale city in New Jersey has suffered from repeated electrical grid failures, train derailments, and water purification problems. However, the problems aren’t keeping visitors away. In fact, they’re the reason the micro-city exists in the first place. CyberCity is a miniature city, measuring…

Cyber Space and its Militarization

13 May 2014, Mayank Lau, Consultant , DSCI, DATAQUEST Globally, cyber security is seen as a critical element of the national security apparatus by nations. The reasons are proliferation of advance and sophisticated cyber attacks, cyber threats with political and social effects, increase in cyber espionages, developments of cyber weapons and its usage for military…

Resolving for Cybersecurity Threats to the Cloud

By: Hannah Hager     03/07/2014 ( 4:07am) Daniel Chapple is the Supervisory Cyber Counterintelligence Specialist at the Department of Health and Human Services. In this interview, he discusses the biggest cybersecurity threat to the government today and risk management best practices. Q: What poses the biggest cyber security threat to the government? A: The biggest cybersecurity…