Enjoy some of the top cyber security news articles from the last week. July 14, 2014 Beware Keyloggers at Hotel Business Centers In a non-public advisory distributed to companies in the hospitality industry on July 10, the Secret Service and the Department of Homeland Security’s National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) warned that a task force in Texas recently arrested suspects who have compromised computers within several major hotel business centers in the Dallas/Fort Worth areas. Full article is …

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Our second addition to our blogging series is coming to you a bit late, however that has left us with plenty of security news updates to inform you of. July 3, 2014 Feds unmask mystery hacker who “hamburgled” Burger King Twitter account About a year and a half ago, if you remember, Burger King’s Twitter account was hijacked resulting in a false announcement being made that claimed Burger King was bought by one of it’s competitors, McDonalds. Continuous investigations have finally …

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This week begins a new blogging series we’re creating. It’s called “Security Round Up” and will be a weekly occurrence, being published each Friday, and will include a sample of some of the biggest information security news (specifically data breaches) of the past week. June 13, 2014 “P.F. Chang’s confirms recent hack and switches to old-school card readers during investigation” P.F. Chang’s has become one of the most recent victims of credit card and data theft. They were alerted of the …

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2014 marks Black Hat’s 17th year of bringing people in information security from all corners of the globe to Las Vegas, Nevada. We’re thrilled to have one of our Lead Instructors, Andrew Case, teaching his DFIR training class at Black Hat USA again. The first round of discounted pricing ends on June 2nd, so be sure to take advantage of the reduced rate ($500 off) prior to then. Dates August 2 – 5, 2014 Trainers Andrew Case & Jamie Levy Course …

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It seems as though spearphishing has become the new art of war for at least 5 Chinese military officials. They have managed to use very targeted email attacks to gain access to trade secrets and various other types of information of some of America’s businesses focused on solar panels, metals, and next-generation nuclear power plants. United States Steel Corp. and Alcoa Corp were just two of six named in the indictment which was announced earlier this week in Pittsburgh, PA, the …

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