The Ponemon Institute has released the 2010 U.S. Cost of a Data Breach, the sixth annual study concerning the cost of data breach incidents for U.S.-based companies.
The 56 participating nations of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OCSE), including the United States, will vote this week in Serbia on a resolution to improve cybersecurity cooperation.
This book argues that computer security has evolved from a technical discipline to a strategic concept. The world’s growing dependence on a powerful but vulnerable Internet – combined with the disruptive capabilities of cyber attackers – now threatens national and international security.
In this two part report, the "Information Warfare Monitor" document the activities of the Syrian Electronic Army, which appears to be a case of an and organized pro-government computer attack group that is actively targeting political opposition and Western websites.
Commissioned by Cityforum, this working paper asks whether states and societies should consider economic cyber warfare - aggressive economic action either from, or facilitated by cyber space - as a strategic problem.