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Most Commented Content posted in February 2015
Who Cares Whos Behind A Data Breach?
Commentary  |  2/20/2015  | 
Attribution takes a long time, a lot of work, and a healthy dose of luck. But is it worth the effort?
How We Can Prevent Another Anthem Breach
Commentary  |  2/18/2015  | 
Two things could have mitigated the damage and maybe even prevented any loss at all: behavioral analysis and context-aware access control.
Our Governments Are Making Us More Vulnerable
Commentary  |  2/19/2015  | 
Stuxnet opened Pandoras box and today state-sponsored cyber security policies continue to put us at risk. Here are three reasons why.
How To Reduce Spam & Phishing With DMARC
Commentary  |  2/26/2015  | 
Providers of more than 3 billion email boxes have taken up a new Internet protocol to help put trust back into electronic messaging.
From Hacking Systems To Hacking People
Commentary  |  2/24/2015  | 
New low-tech attack methods like visual hacking demand an information security environment that values data privacy and a self-policing culture.
How Malware Bypasses Our Most Advanced Security Measures
Commentary  |  2/10/2015  | 
We unpack three common attack vectors and five evasion detection techniques.
Why The USA Hacks
Commentary  |  2/17/2015  | 
The U.S. government views cyberspace as just another theater of war akin to air, land and sea, and it operates in the domain for one basic reason: national defense.
How To Get More Involved In The IT Security Community
Commentary  |  2/18/2015  | 
Dark Reading Radio offers tips on how to network with your IT security peers, learn more about the industry and the profession, and participate in community outreach
Sony Hack: Poster Child For A New Era Of Cyber Attacks
Commentary  |  2/13/2015  | 
What made the Sony breach unique is the combination of four common tactics into a single orchestrated campaign designed to bend a victim to the will of the attackers.
Bridging the Cybersecurity Skills Gap: 3 Big Steps
Commentary  |  2/9/2015  | 
The stakes are high. Establishing clear pathways into the industry, standardizing jobs, and assessing skills will require industry-wide consensus and earnest collaboration.
Why Israel Hacks
Commentary  |  2/5/2015  | 
Israel's tenuous position in the world drives its leaders to stay ahead of its cyber adversaries, chief among them the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Customers Arent the Only Victims: 5 Stages Of Data Breach Grief
Commentary  |  2/25/2015  | 
What can we learn from organizations that have experienced a data beach? For one thing, infosec teams on the front lines of cyber security are also victims.
Five Easiest Ways to Get Hacked Part 2
Partner Perspectives  |  2/25/2015  | 
Continuing a conversation with principal security consultant Amit Bagree
How to Strengthen Enterprise Defenses against Ransomware
Partner Perspectives  |  2/26/2015  | 
Eight essential ways that companies can enforce their borders.
Cyber Intelligence: Defining What You Know
Commentary  |  2/27/2015  | 
Too often management settles for security data about things that are assumed rather than things you can prove or that you know are definitely wrong.
Blackhat, The Movie: Good, Bad & Ridiculous
Commentary  |  2/23/2015  | 
It didnt take home an Oscar, but in some instances Blackhat was right on point. Still, a white-hat hacker with the skills to take out armed opponents?
A Winning Strategy: Must Patch, Should Patch, Can't Patch
Commentary  |  2/11/2015  | 
The best way to have a significant impact on your company's security posture is to develop an organized effort for patching vulnerabilities.
Shifting Paradigms: The Case for Cyber Counter-Intelligence
Commentary  |  2/4/2015  | 
Cyber Counter-Intelligence and traditional information security share many aspects. But CCI picks up where infosec ends -- with an emphasis on governance, automation, timeliness, and reporting.


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