The ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency) - Europe’s cyber security agency - released its final report on the first Pan-European cyber security exercise, “Cyber Europe 2010”. The exercise was conducted back in November 2010 as a way to trigger communication and collaboration between countries and as a step for strengthening Europe’s cyber defenses in the event of large-scale cyber-attacks.
On Friday the White House unveiled guiding principles for industry on developing identity credentials that would allow ID holders to log on to virtually any website, eliminating the need to remember multiple passwords or to enter personal information.
Reuters has published a really interesting special report examining the escalation in cyber-based espionage activities by both the U.S. and economic rival China.
The constantly evolving nature of the cyber-threat means that only a similarly dynamic approach will help improve security. Combining the innovation and dynamism of private companies with the authority and resources of government would be a step in the right direction.
Symantec Corporation has released its "Internet Security Threat Report - Volume 16".