Monthly Archives: February 2015

Why are we still constantly surprised that Intelligence (espionage) Agencies do exactly what they’re supposed to do?

Intelligence agencies belonging to nation-states perform cyber-espionage. That’s a fact, and it’s been a fact for decades. No worth arguing otherwise or claiming that they are breaking the law – it’s their mandate and they don’t try to hide it. I’m not surprised when Leo Messi scores a goal, when a fireman puts out a

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Anthem data breach- why have a nation-state hackers targeted a Health Insurer company and what can we do about it?

US health insurance giant Anthem confirmed last week that data on as many as 80 million customers at was stolen by hackers. The stolen information includes names, birth dates, social security numbers, street addresses, email addresses and employment information, the company said. It is very likely that this attack has been going on for months

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Cytegic January 2015 Cyber-Intelligence Update

Cytegic continuously monitors the cyber threat landscape and analyzes various inputs to describe threat agents, attacks and controls. The following is a high-level summary of events from January 2 that have been included in our Intelligence Package updates and monthly report. To receive a copy of the complete report please contact us at: Major Incidents and Trends:

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