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CIC News for 19-01-2014 contains 6 articles

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Cybercrime Kill Chain vs. Defense Effectiveness (EN) | www.nsslabs.com
| 05-12-2012 | Cybercriminals persistently challenge the security of organizations through the rapid implementation of diverse attack methodologies, state of the art malware, and innovative evasion techniques. In response, organizations deploy and rely on multiple layers of diverse security technolo...
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Bill requires government to send data breach alert (EN) | nky.cincinnati.com
| 18-01-2014 | If a local or state government gets hacked or accidentally releases your Social Security number, a new piece of legislation would require the agency to notify you.Kentucky Auditor Adam Edelen along with Northern Kentucky state Rep. Sal Santoro, R-Florence, and Rep. Denny Butler, D-Lou...
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Insurance may be best cyber crime defense for businesses (EN) | www.knoxnews.com
| 18-01-2014 | associated pressIn this Jan. 18, 2008 file photo, a customer signs his credit card receipt at a Target store in Tallahassee, Fla. The U.S. is the juiciest target for hackers hunting credit card information. And experts say incidents like the recent data theft at Target’s stores will...
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Romanian Cybercriminals Launch “Decebal” POS Malware Written in VBScript (EN) | news.softpedia.com
| 18-01-2014 | Researchers from IT security firm IntelCrawler have identified a new malware, dubbed “Decebal,” that’s designed to steal information from point-of-sale (POS) systems. The threat has been written in VBScript and the functional code is less than 400 lines. Malware designed to targ...
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17-Year-Old Created Malware Used In Target Breach: Report (EN) | www.newsy.com
| 18-01-2014 | After millions of shoppers fell victim to massive data breaches at Target and Neiman Marcus,anew report shows the mastermindbehind the malware used in the attacks is a 17-year-old boy....
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Malwaremakers kopen Chrome-extensies om malafide updates te verspreiden (EN) | tweakers.net
| 18-01-2014 | Makers van ad- en malware kopen kleinere Chrome-extensies op om malware en advertenties te injecteren in de extensies en die als update te verspreiden. Omdat Chrome extensies automatisch updatet, hebben veel gebruikers niet door waar de advertenties vandaan komen.Makers van Chrome-ext...
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