(Forbes) United States Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz worries more about cars being hacked than the electric grid being attacked, he said this morning in Las Vegas.
By Dr. Joseph DiRenzo III and Fred S. Roberts
In June, the Maritime Cyber Research Summit (MCRS) was held at the Cal Maritime Safety and Security Center. This summit was an intensive focus session on maritime cyber security risks and vulnerabilities.
By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Correspondent for In Homeland Security
At the Mandalay Bay Hotel, the 2015 Black Hat USA Security Conference in Las Vegas kicked off the debate Aug. 6 with some 9,000 security executives.
By William Tucker
Chief Correspondent for In Homeland Security
In essence, the public nor the government overreacted to Wednesday’s cyber anomalies when there was, and still is, talk of an attack. As with man-made or natural disasters it’s not uncommon to see the same agencies playing the role of first responder. Regardless of the cause of the incident, many of the same issues will be present, but the biggest difference between the two will be the collection of evidence, how that evidence is used, and what it’s used for.
Vlog with Dr. Kelli Frakes
Program Director, Homeland Security at American Military University
Data security is a major concern across multiple industries. So, what is being done to combat the near-weekly data breach issues that are not only affecting large companies, but private citizens? Dr. Frakes discusses chip and pin use in the credit card industry, and whether it really is effective enough to combat the data breaches that put private citizens at risk.