In observance of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, Larry Magid chats with National Cyber Security Alliance Executive Director Michael Kaiser and introduces "A Parents' Guide to Cyber Security."
Lawmakers remove regulatory aspects and add privacy protections for information sharing, in a bid to get Republican approval for legislation aimed at protecting critical infrastructure from cyberattacks.
Bush administration refuses to divulge details about DHS's new National Cyber Security Center, saying information is "classified" and could harm the "interests of our nation" if released.
It's an odd bid to get some attention by one of the leaders in computer security since it poses interesting questions, but doesn't vary at all if you play multiple times.
From the Cheapskate: Once again, to help "celebrate" National Cyber Security Awareness Month, you can get this freebie worth $19.95.
Happy National Cyber Security Awareness Month, everyone! In lieu of cake, you get this freebie worth $19.95.
A new report suggests that companies should be protected from threat of lawsuit or regulation enforcement if they are sharing cyber security threat information with the government.
Cyber security is a growing problem that threatens the U.S. economy, and FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski says broadband providers can help protect the public.
Leaked from today's 404 Podcast: more on the death of portable gaming, Coldplay pulls new album off streaming sites, Facebooks' massive cyber-security, Siri misinterpreting Scottish accents, Occupy Wall Street domain squatting, and the new Beavis and Butthead debuts tonight!
On today's show, security researchers report that Anonymous and LulzSec are, if anything, just distracting us with their antics while the true threat is a years-long cyberwarfare campaign that's stolen everything from private intellectual property to high-level government secrets. So, that'll probably lead to some reasoned and logical cyber-security discussions, no? No. Also, is the Amazon App Store screwing developers, and are you finally getting what you pay for, broadband-wise?