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Cybersecurity is fast becoming Washington's growth industry of choice.
Internet registrars accused of supporting online criminals, Australia considers cyberczar
But is it legal? Learn more in today's cybersecurity update.
Increasingly, all sorts of devices will be Internet-enabled, and they will be looking to connect and communicate -- and this could be a bit of a problem if they're not secure.
Cybersolution uses real-time intel feeds, Zeus is back with terrorism-themed spam
Learn more in today's cybersecurity update.
California's CISO steps down, AOL's ICQ sale raises hackles
The editor-in-chief of the controversial web site Wikileaks' is sending out pleas for financial and legal help. Julian Assange is looking for some support in the formation of local "Friends of WikiLeaks" chapters to help build out the site's mission to (ostensibly) protect whistleblowers, journalists and activists. With pressure on the site coming from several directions - possibly including the Pentagon - regarding its publication of potentially sensitive information - Assange has sent out emails with the header "WikiLeaks may be under attack."
Deputy Secretary of Defense William Lynn traveled to Ottawa recently to try and drum up support for a new international organization to combat cyber warfare. He told the Canadian audience the U.S. can't defend its networks alone, and pointed to increasing threats from hackers and computer viruses. The visit marked the kick-off a U.S.-led initiative to create such an international organization. Discussions have begun with several countries.