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  • Cyber attacks against the US – the empire strikes back

    John Carlin is an Assistant Attorney General at the Department of Justice in the US and runs the National Security Division. He is responsible for prosecuting cyber criminals in the United States that threaten the interests of the country. It was the first new litigation division created in 50 years and came from a recommendation of the 9/11 Commission and pulled together several different government entities that, until then, didn’t share information easily.

    Anthony Caruana | 23 Apr | Read more

  • Russian 'cyber militia' knocks Kyrgyzstan offline

    A Russian "cyber militia" has knocked the central Asian country of Kyrgyzstan off the Internet, a security researcher said Wednesday, demonstrating that the hackers are able to respond even faster than last year, when they waged a digital war against another former Soviet republic, Georgia.

    Gregg Keizer | 29 Jan | Read more

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