Monthly Archives: June 2015

Review: World Economic Forum’s Partnering for Cyber Resilience

Introduction Partnering for Cyber Resilience was compiled by the World Economic Forum’s Partnering for Cyber Resilience ( the complete paper can be found here). This organization and its current initiative aim to establish awareness of cyber risk and to build commitment regarding the need for more rigorous approaches to cyber risk mitigation. The initiative started

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Copa America 2015 – a heaven for hackers

Everybody loves big sporting events. At least, every hacker… our latest analysis shows hackers’ behavior before and during the 2015 “Copa America” football championship in Chile. Cytegic DyTATM intelligence platform gathers, processes and analyses hundreds of thousands of intelligence feeds on a month basis, to allow a quick and understandable cyber-trend analysis. Using DyTATM intelligence platform we were able

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Are the directors on-board the cyber security train?

Cybersecurity is no longer the sole responsibility of the technical people, or even the CIO. Following the Target breach (where immense pressure was placed to replace most of the board members after the breach), and board members of Target and Wyndham Worldwide (hotel chain) face derivative lawsuit related to the data breaches. Recent survey reveal

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