Tag Archives: hacking

All Done with Shellshock? Get Ready for the Next One.

Why read another article on the Shellshock bug when there have been a number of well-written articles and blog posts on it? Because almost all of the articles and blogs are talking about the bug itself, how it can be exploited, and how much of the Internet is open to it. However, what you should […]

Beyond Target®: Why Vendor Risk Management is Getting All of the Hype

Author: Terry Kurzynski, ISO 27001 Auditor, CISSP, CISA, PCI QSA The Target® Breach in November 2013 lives infamously in our memories and has served as a pivot point for all businesses with regard to third party vendor management.  After all, who could have imagined that the giant retailer would have been breached through a seemingly insignificant […]

Cyber-Espionage: Every Business is a Target

For those of us in the world of information security, the news of Attorney General Eric Holder bringing a first-of-its-kind criminal cyber-espionage case against Chinese military officials is no surprise at all. For years, the Chinese have been known for launching cyber-attacks on American industrial and military targets to steal prized military secrets and other […]

HALOCK INVESTIGATES: Network Chatter from China

  Imagine one hundred container ships full of the most valuable U.S. assets heading to China every day. Diamonds, gold, oil, John Deere Tractors, priceless artwork, Chevy Corvettes, life-saving artificial hearts, books from our historic libraries, soybeans, the latest Intel® processors, Redwood trees, the genuine Constitution of the United States of America, the Statue of […]

privacyrights.org

If you’ve never checked out http://www.privacyrights.org, I would encourage you to do so. It’s a listing of all breaches made public from 2005 up to present, presented in reverse chronological order. They collect the information from a variety of sources. You can filter your search by checking/un-checking various boxes on the following: