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ISIS sympathizers from Algeria vandalize University of Toronto websites to proclaim their love for jihad.

A new report from the American Enterprise Institute and Norse outlines Iranian offensive cyber operations, ambitions, and capabilities. They discern signs of close interest in the North American power grid. (Compare to Cylance's earlier report on Operation Cleaver, which noted Iranian interest in airport security.)

Airliner security remains in the news as Boeing and others dispute the recent US Government Accountability Office's warning that networked flight decks are vulnerable to hacking. (Via several vectors, but passenger Wi-Fi attract the most attention. It also draws law enforcement attention, as One World Labs' Roberts attracts the FBI's basilisk eye after some perhaps too-frisky tweeting on a Denver-to-Syracuse run. It's striking how much is observed.)

Wikileaks publishes Sony emails (accompanied by some high-minded rumination about corporate political influence).

The Pawn Storm cyber espionage campaign is still active. So is banking malware Neverquest (a.k.a. Vawtrak): now more evasive. And gamers should remain alert for Teslacrypt ransomware.

Cisco patches an exploitable vulnerability in ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Routers. Sophos calls Microsoft's patch MS15-034 a "must-fix."

US SecDef Carter woos Silicon Valley.

Dark Reading calls out the "seven deadly sins" users commit that expose enterprises to hacking. They don't interpret them in terms of the traditional Seven Capital Vices, so we'll do that for you: users are guilty of, in order, sloth, avarice, and (a distant third) pride. Lust, envy, gluttony, and wrath not so much (at least in cyberspace).

Notes.

Today's issue includes events affecting Algeria, Australia, Canada, China, Iran, Iraq, NATO, Syria, Ukraine, United Nations, United States, and Yemen.

Dateline RSA

Know Before You Go (RSA Conference) Insider tips for getting the most out of RSA Conference 2015

RSA 2015 — The Preview Video (Sys-Con Media) I give a preview of RSA 2015, running April 20 - 23 in San Francisco's Moscone Center. F5 will showcase a number of solutions that help organizations defend against the threats to their data and protect the perimeter. Visit us in Booth 1515 to learn about solutions like our Silverline Cloud based WAF and DDoS protection, along with secure mobility, SSL Everywhere and Web Fraud Protection implementations

RSA Conference 2015 preview: Is IoT hype justified? (TechTarget) The Internet of Things dominates the agenda at RSA Conference 2015, but experts believe enterprises should focus their attention on threat intelligence and other topics

RSA Conference 2015: Banking Preview (BankInfoSecuirty) Attribution, information sharing are hot topics for institutions

Cyber Attacks, Threats, and Vulnerabilities

University of Toronto Website Hacked by pro-ISIS Hackers (HackRead) Team System DZ is known for hacking high-profile websites — their latest target was the University of Toronto and they successfully achieved their goals by leaving pro-ISIS messages on the university's website

Report: Iranian Hackers Eye U.S. Grid (Daily Beast) Cyber-savvy agents are stepping up their efforts to ID critical infrastructure that may compromise national security

The Growing Cyberthreat from Iran: the Initial Report of Project Pistachio Harvest (American Enterprise Institute Critical Threats Project and Norse Corporation) Iran is emerging as a significant cyberthreat to the US and its allies. The size and sophistication of the nation's hacking capabilities have grown markedly over the last few years, and Iran has already penetrated well-defended networks in the US and Saudi Arabia and seized and destroyed sensitive data. The lifting of economic sanctions as a result of the recently announced framework for a nuclear deal with Iran will dramatically increase the resources Iran can put toward expanding its cyberattack infrastructure

Wikileaks publishes hacked Sony emails, documents (IDG via CSO) Thousands of documents are included in a searchable archive

Pawn Storm cyberspies still at work, target NATO and the White House (Help Net Security) Pawn Storm, the long-standing economic and political cyber-espionage operation that has been first detailed in October 2014, continues unabated

Banking malware using a variety of tricks to evade detection (CSO) A new report from the Arbor sheds light on Neverquest (Vawtrak)

Hacker In Trouble With Feds After Tweeting About 'Playing' With Plane Comms Mid-Flight (Forbes) What's the first rule of flight club? No, it's not "don't talk about flight club". The first rule is: do not tweet about hacking flight systems when using the on-board Wi-Fi. But pro hacker and founder of One World Labs, Chris Roberts, did just that on a trip from Denver to Syracuse yesterday

Boeing rejects concerns computer hackers could take over jets (Crikey) Boeing has dissented from US government agency fears that airliners like the 777 that was operating missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 can be taken over by computer hackers

Could a hacker *really* bring down a plane from a mobile phone in seat 12C? (Naked Security) The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) publishes an eclectic range of documents at a fair clip

Pilot: US Government Claims Of Plane Wi-Fi Hacking Wrong And Irresponsible (Forbes) The US government released a report yesterday warning of security threats facing modern aircraft, leading to stories from major publications claiming in-flght Wi-Fi could be hacked to take control of a passenger plane. But according to Dr Phil Polstra, a qualified pilot and professor of digital forensics at Bloomberg University, the report contained much erroneous information

Palo Alto Networks, McAfee, Websense gateway systems allow malicious traffic to slip through the net (ZDNet) Researchers claim a number of high-profile gateway solutions do little to interrupt or prevent malicious communications

Ransomware Teslacrypt Still Targeting Gamers (Threatpost) Teslacrypt, the fairly new strain of ransomware that's been targeting gamers, is continuing to make the rounds online. Researchers have spotted exploit kits like Sweet Orange and Angler dropping the malware on machines over the past few months. This week, Brad Duncan, a handler over at the SANS InfoSec Community Forums, discovered the Nuclear Exploit Kit dropping a variant of the malware

4 no-bull facts about Microsoft's HTTP.sys vulnerability (InfoWorld) The latest Web server vulnerability affects desktop systems as well as Microsoft products

New Java vulnerabilities remotely executable without login (Help Net Security) It is extremely important that enterprises urgently patch their Java Runtime Environments (JREs) and (Java Development Kits) JDKs since 14 vulnerabilities addressed in this security update are remotely exploitable over a network without authentication — which are the most serious kind of threats

Unmasking the Masque attack: Inside the iOS security flaw (TechTarget) Masque attack is a malicious threat, yet Apple has downplayed the risk. Expert Nick Lewis explains how to keep employees from being tricked into installing malware

How Hackers Can Cash In on Your Online Payday Loans (BloombergBusiness) Cybersecurity company calls it a 'new wave of fraud'

Current Threat Prevention Systems Are Not Enough Protection for Enterprises (Softpedia) Infected devices behind a company's protected network can still communicate with the outside without being detected, despite properly configured perimeter defenses, show the results of a recent study

Tampering with US voting machine as easy as 'abcde', says Virginia report (Naked Security) Until Tuesday, the state of Virginia was using what one expert dubbed the "worst voting machine in the US" — one with security so appalling, all it would take to compromise it would be to set up your laptop within a half-mile of the voting place and rig a rudimentary antenna — say, one built from a Pringles chips can

The Internet of things is great until it blows up your house (Register) How to stop hackers letting the gas flow in your connected oven? Bitcoin has the answer

Threats From Within: The Out of Office Reply (Cyveillance Blog) As the guy who sends out the marketing emails at Cyveillance (yes, I'm THAT guy) I see a lot of Out-of-Office auto-responders in any given month

Security Patches, Mitigations, and Software Updates

Sophos takes rare step of citing Microsoft flaw as a must-fix (Network World) Any software tapping into the Microsoft HTTP stack could be used to create a network worm

Cisco splats router bug that can lead to persistent DoS (Help Net Security) Cisco has patched a vulnerability that affects Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Routers and can be exploited by a remote, unauthenticated attacker to effectively mount a denial of service attack either by locking up the device or making it reload its network processor chip and line card

Cyber Trends

Verizon's yearly reminder that we're still useless at infosec (ZDNet) Another annual dollop of delicious data shows that despite all the trendy new twists and exotic malware threats, we're still getting the security basics wrong.

Hackers aren't "geniuses:" The real reasons behind most cyber attacks (Insurance Business America) Recent data breaches like those involving Target, Sony and Anthem have received attention for the size, scale and sophistication behind the attacks. Hackers were portrayed as well-moneyed operatives with a great degree of skill and stealth — yet in the majority of cases, hackers succeed due to simple errors on the part of company owners and employees

How Adobe, eBay, Apple, AOL, Yahoo, Target and the US military got hacked (The Australian) November 24 last year was like any other day for many, except for staff at Sony Pictures Entertainment. Almost at once everybody's screens flashed a stylised skull image, followed by the dire warning: "This is just the beginning…" It was

What the ISIS Campaign Teaches Us About the Future of War (Defense One) Winning today's fights still means reaching an actual victory, focusing on changing players, and heeding history

RiskIQ Highlights Digital Threats to Banks (Realwire) More than 60% of assets sit outside the firewall in 35 top banks, according to the latest RiskIQ security report

Internet of Everything attack surface grows (Help Net Security) The proliferation of more than 16 billion connected computing devices today has significantly expanded the attack surface of our interconnected world. Unauthorized, BYOD, vulnerable Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and a rapidly expanding market of low-cost, plug-and-play, cyber espionage devices represent an emerging threat vector and nefarious counterpart to the IoT: the Internet of Evil ThingsTM (IoET)

Convergence Of IT Networks And Physical Security (Source Security) Anybody observing how major security programs are currently being implemented will have noted that many are appearing on the planning table from unconventional sources and are frequently bundled with IT

CISOs struggling to contain 'shadow' universe of consumer cloud apps (Computerworld) Number of insecure cloud apps reaches 500 per enterprise, says Netskope

(ISC)²® Workforce Study: As Threats Evolve, Security Professionals are Concerned About Technology Sprawl ((ISC)²) Outsourced security services are on the rise; also used as a method to combat security technology sprawl and to make up for the lack of in-house staff

Perception and reality of perimeter security effectiveness (Help Net Security) A widening gap is emerging between the perception and the reality of perimeter security effectiveness amongst global IT decision makers. Gemalto research shows increasing levels of investment in this area of data protection, despite an exponential growth in the number of data breaches

Consumers Don't Get the Value of Passwords to Hackers (Top Tech News) Just about every time you read about a data Relevant Products/Services breach, you also read about password security Relevant Products/Services. Passwords are cash money to bad actors who swipe them from social media sites, retailing databases and other electronic stores

Marketplace

New Pentagon Chief Carter to Court Silicon Valley (Defense One) The Pentagon wants to partner more with Silicon Valley tech firms, but can radically different cultures find common ground?

US Cyber Command Will Easily Find 6,000 Hackers for its Online Offensive (Vice) Many ordinary people imagine hackers as Guy Fawkes-mask-wearing rebels living on the margins of society, suspicious of government, and courageous or crazy enough to follow wherever their computer wizardry takes them

Booz Allen Wolves Offer Advice on Protecting NSA Henhouse (Intercept) The report dutifully examines how hard it is for the federal government to hire and keep top cybersecurity talent when the private sector pays so much more

Cyber award to Booz Allen begins CDM's value-chain evolution (Federal News Radio) The continuous diagnostics and mitigation program is spreading its wings across seven more agencies. The second contract award under task order two begins the process to implement advanced cybersecurity capabilities across several large agencies

Australia's Tier-3 launches Huntsman Security in the US (ZDNet) Australia's Tier-3 is launching its Huntsman Security operation in the United States, backed by a $10 million investment injection from the Sydney-based IT security company

DEA, US Army bought $1.2M worth of hacking tools in recent years (Ars Technica) Remote access malware either already has or will soon turn up in local cops' kits

Products, Services, and Solutions

Distil Networks Announces The Formation Of The Bot Defense Council And Inaugural Summit (Nasdaq) Council will be comprised of an elite group of IT practitioners and business leaders committed to making the Web more secure

ZeroFOX Launches Disruptive Global Channel Partner Program (ZeroFOX) ZeroFOX's channel partner program includes patented technology, lead generation, comprehensive on-demand support, interactive training, and unprecedented margins

Lost your Android? Now you can Google it! (Naked Security) Oh, drat. Your Android's missing. How do you find it?

Should your voice be enough to unlock your Android phone? Google seems to think so (Hot for Security) According to media reports, some users of Android phones are beginning to see a new feature rolled-out to their devices

IBM Launches Open Threat Intelligence Platform (Infosecurity Magazine) IBM is making a move to open up more than two decades worth of cyber-threat intelligence via a new data-sharing exchange that is modeled off of social networking

AlienVault Launches Social Platform for Threat Intel (Infosecurity Magazine) Information sharing on cybersecurity is an increasing focus for the security community, vertical markets and the federal government, with much debate as to how to best architect systems for doing so. AlienVault is taking an unusual tack, and has announced the beta release of Open Threat Exchange (OTX) 2.0, a social media platform for the security community to share threat intelligence for collaborative cyber-defense

CrowdStrike Advances Next-Generation Endpoint Protection with Powerful Real-Time Query Capabilities and Indicator of Attack-Based Prevention (PRNewswire) CrowdStrike enhances its Falcon platform by integrating historical and real-time data with advanced threat intelligence

EdgeWave introduces breach identification service (Financial News) EdgeWave, Inc., a San Diego-based cyber security leader, said it has introduced EdgeWave EPIC Security Assurance Service, an offering that helps identify when an organization has been hacked and provides an actionable remediation plan to quickly eliminate the threat

Cyphort Becomes the First in the Industry to Combine APT Detection With Lateral Movement (BusinessWire) Cyphor's award-winning Advanced Threat Defense Platform includes malware lateral movement detection and Amazon Cloud deployment

DB Networks Addresses 'Alert Fatigue' via Machine Learning (NewsFactor) Intelligent continuous monitoring of the database infrastructure reduces the volume of alerts while significantly increasing alarm accuracy

FireEye Earns Top Honors for Advanced Threat Detection and Threat Intelligence From SANS Institute (MarketWatch) Security professionals vote for the importance of an adaptive defense approach to security

Technologies, Techniques, and Standards

PCI DSS 3.1 released (Help Net Security) The PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) published PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) Version 3.1 and supporting guidance. The revision includes minor updates and clarifications, and addresses vulnerabilities within the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption protocol that can put payment data at risk

Harnessing The Power Of Cyber Threat Intelligence (Dark Reading) Here are six real-world examples of how changing your modus operandi from reactive to proactive can drive rapid response to the threats that matter

Practical IT: What you need to know about email encryption (Naked Security) It's surprising how many people aren't aware how insecure email is

Tips for involving workers in cyber security (Network World) IT might be accountable for cyber security, but every worker needs to be responsible for protecting the organization's computing resources

7 Deadly Sins That Get Users Hacked (Dark Reading) How users and their endpoints are leveraged by the bad guys to eventually find their way to critical data

Legislation, Policy, and Regulation

5 Cyberwar Threats Worth Watching (InformationWeek) Approximately 60 nation-states are presently developing their own advanced cyber warfare programs

Why do the Chinese hack? Fear (War on the Rocks) The Chinese government is scared of the Internet. They are scared of the foreign ideas that it brings into China; they are scared of how it enables the Chinese people to spread knowledge about government corruption; and they are especially scared of how it was used during the "color revolutions" and the "Arab Spring." For the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the Internet is a clear threat to its legitimacy, its monopoly on power, and its survival

UN asks if robots should be allowed to kill humans (Naked Security) Right now our notions of cyber security are largely confined to the virtual world of networks and computers, and the damage that software can do to other software

National Data Breach Notification Bill Advances (GovInfoSecurity) Measure would pre-empt state breach notification laws

House cyber bills may hit floor separately (The Hill) The two House bills to increase public-private cybersecurity information sharing may hit the floor separately next week after all, despite weeks of speculation the pair would be combined

Dems fear late add could blow up cyber push (The Hill) Democrats and industry groups are worried that congressional leaders could endanger the passage of several broadly supported cybersecurity measures by attaching a controversial data-breach notification bill

Author Of The Patriot Act: Government Backdoors Into iPhones Are Unnecessary (Forbes) Michael Chertoff, co-author of the Patriot Act, a set of laws that provided the US government with broad surveillance powers in the wake of 9/11, is unashamedly proud of what he built

Pentagon To Recruit Thousands For Cybersecurity Reserve Force (Nextgov via Defense One) Military leaders want private sector and National Guard cyber professionals at the ready in case of a national network emergency

Litigation, Investigation, and Law Enforcement

Microsoft, Interpol and Others Unite Against SIMDA Cyber Criminals (MISCO News) A partnership between security and technology organisations has been established to take down a massive botnet. The group includes companies such as Microsoft and security firms Kasperky Labs and Trend Micro, which join the international police organisation Interpol

Target's settlement with MasterCard costs retailer $19 million (Naked Security) Target is still cleaning up after its disastrous data breach of December 2013, and recovery costs continue to climb for the US retail giant

China Sentences Veteran Reporter to 7 Years for Leaking Secrets (Bloomberg) Gao Yu, 71, denied the charges and told the Beijing court that she would appeal, her lawyer, Mo Shaoping, said after today's sentencing

For a complete running list of events, please visit the Event Tracker on the CyberWire website.

Newly Noted Events

Ruxcon 2015 (Melbourne, Australia, October 24 - 25, 2015) Ruxcon is a computer security conference that aims to bring together the best and the brightest security talent within the Aus-Pacific region. The conference is a mixture of live presentations, activities...

2015 North American International Cyber Summit (Detroit, Michigan, USA, October 25 - 26, 2015) The North American International Cyber Summit 2015 hosted by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, is set to take place in the heart of Downtown Detroit at the newly remodeled Cobo Center for the second straight...

Upcoming Events

IIT Cyber Forensics and Security Conference and Expo (Wheaton, Illinois, USA, April 17, 2015) All are invited to participate in this multi-track, technical conference that attracts more than 200 professionals, 50 speakers, 20 sponsors, for an intensive one and a half day schedule that includes...

RSA Conference 2015 (San Francisco, California, USA, April 20 - 24, 2015) Don't miss this opportunity to join thousands of industry professionals at the premier information security event of 2015

Australian Cyber Security Centre Conference (Canberra, Australia, April 22 - 23, 2015) The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) will be hosting its first cyber security conference in 2015. We are bringing leading cyber security experts from Australia and abroad to share their expertise.

Security Forum 2015 (Hagenberg im Mühlkreis, Austria, April 22 - 23, 2015) The Security Forum is the annual IT security conference in Hagenberg that addresses current issues in this domain. Visitors are offered technical as well as management-oriented talks by representatives...

CyberTexas / CyberIOT (San Antonio, Texas, USA, April 23 - 24, 2015) CyberIOT — Securing the Internet of Things. As more everyday devices become connected to the internet, the need for securing those items becomes critical. CyberTexas will explore the intersection...

Defensive Cyberspace Operations & Intelligence Conference & Exhibition (Washington, DC, USA, April 27 - 28, 2015) The 5th Annual Defensive Cyberspace Operations & Intelligence (DCOI) conference & exhibition is an Israeli-American partnership promoting the extraordinary developments in the technological, intelligence...

INTEROP Las Vegas (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, April 27 - May 1, 2015) Attend Interop Las Vegas, the leading independent technology conference and expo designed to inspire, inform, and connect the world's IT community. In 2015, look for all new programs, networking opportunities,...

INFWARCON (Nashville, Tennessee, USA, April 28 - 30, 2015) INFWARCON takes a look at how the balance has flipped in the past 20 years in the cyber security industry. Back then, governments had the upper hand, and could not imagine that cyber criminals could ever...

Southern Africa Banking and ICT Summit (Lusaka, Zambia, April 30, 2015) The South Africa Banking and ICT Summit is the exclusive platform to meet industry thought leaders and decision makers, discover leading edge products and services and discuss innovative strategies to...

2015 Synergy Forum (Tysons Corner, Virginia, USA, April 30, 2015) The 2015 Synergy Forum brings together government and industry practitioners driving our collective technology futures. This event is multi-disciplinary, examining the emerging fusion of physical and digital...

WAHCKon Perth 2015 (Perth, Western Australia, Australia, May 2 - 3, 2015) WAHCKon is a Perth based hacker conference that launched in 2013. We cover a wide range of topics focusing on Information security and Hacker subculture as well as locksports, activism and related areas...

Cloud Security Alliance Federal Summit (Washington, DC, USA, May 5, 2015) The Cloud Security Alliance Federal Summit, is a one day free-for-government event taking place at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center and is expected to draw 250 information security...

Amsterdam 2015 FIRST Technical Colloquium (Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 5 - 6, 2015) FIRST Technical Colloquia & Symposia provide a discussion forum for FIRST member teams and invited guests to share information about vulnerabilities, incidents, tools and all other issues that affect the...

AFCEA Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium (Baltimore, Maryland, USA, May 5 - 7, 2015) The U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency's new operational role in the cyber domain as network defender creates a formal relationship between DISA, U.S. Cyber Command and the command's military service...

California Cybersecurity Task Force Quarterly Meeting (Walnut Creek, California, USA, January 20, 2015) The California Cyber Security Task Force serves as an advisory body to California's senior government administration in matters pertaining to Cyber Security. Quarterly Cybersecurity Task Force meetings...

DaytonDefense Ohio Cyber Dialogue with Industry Conference (Dayton, Ohio, USA, May 6 - 7, 2015) Our Cyber Security conference presents how Cyber Security affects you as an individual, your company, and your nation, along with business opportunities in this growing area. You will walk away with an...

Suits and Spooks London (London, England, UK, September 12, 2014) On September 12th, in London's South bank neighborhood of Southwork, approximately 50 former intelligence officials, corporate executives, and security practitioners from the U.S. and the EU will gather...

Fraud Summit London (London, England, UK, May 7, 2015) ISMG's Fraud Summit is a one-day event focused exclusively on the top fraud trends impacting organizations and the mitigation strategies to overcome those challenges. Highlights of the London event include...

Apple Security Talks & Craft Beer (Laurel, Maryland, USA, May 8, 2015) The world's first security summit held at a production brewery. Join some of the world's best Apple security researchers as they talk about iOS, OS X, Apple hardware and other Apple-related security topics...

DzHack Event 2015 (Ben Aknoun, Algiers, Algeria, May 9, 2015) DzHackEvent is a security event will contain conferences, workshops, and a challenge (CTF). Aiming to bring together security professionals, students, searcher, ethical hacker enthusiasts or simply technology...

12th CISO Summit & Roundtable Geneva 2015 (Geneva, Switzerland, May 11 - 13, 2015) The 12th CISO Summit will give you direct insights from Europe's most experienced CISOs, you will get the latest top hot buttons and focuses from other CISOs for the coming 5 years — shared predictions...

NG Security Summit (San Antoino, Texas, USA, May 11 - 13, 2015) The NG Security Summit bringx together more than sixty-five relevant CISOs from the private and public sector for a high level summit where they will workshop to benchmark, identify, and tackle key challenges.

Cybergamut Tech Tuesday: An Hour in the Life of a Cyber Analyst (Hanover, Maryland, USA, May 12, 2015) This hands-on workshop will demonstrate how easy it is for a breach to occur by analyzing a virtualized web server environment. Participants will use open source tools such as port scanners and protocol...

MCRCon (Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA, May 12, 2015) Please join the Michigan Cyber Range for the third annual MCRCon cybersecurity conference. MCRCon 2015 will focus on hacking prevention, incident handling, forensics and post-event public relations. MCRCon...

Houston Secure World (Houston, Texas, USA, May 13, 2015) Join your fellow security professional for affordable, high-quality cybersecurity training and education at a regional conference near you. Earn CPE credits while learning from nationally recognized industry...

QuBit 2015 Cybersecurity Conference (Prague, Czech Republic, May 13 - 15, 2015) QuBit brings together top experts and leaders in the field, from the private sector, to academia, to government. The main topics this year are APTs, the Internet of Things, and Digital Forensics, which...

Michgan InfraGard 2015 Great Lakes Regional Conference: Securing Our Critical Infrastructures (Novi, Michigan, USA, May 14, 2015) Learn all about the risks to critical infrastructures and key resources and the efforts underway to protect them. Private and public sectors will be represented. The conference will include four breakout...

THOTCON 0x6 (Chicago, Illinois, USA, May 14 - 15, 2015) THOTCON (pronounced \ˈthȯt\ and taken from THree - One - Two) is a hacking conference based in Chicago IL, USA. This is a non profit non-commercial event looking to provide the best conference possible...

International Conference on Cyber Security (ICCS) 2015 (Redlands, California, USA, May 16 - 17, 2015) The ICCS 2015 serves as a platform for researchers and practitioners from academia, industry, and government to present, discuss, and exchange ideas that address real-world problems with CYBER SECURITY.

FS-ISAC & BITS Annual Summit (Miami Beach, Florida, USA, May 17 - 20, 2015) The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), is a non-profit association comprised of financial institution members, that is dedicated to protecting the global financial services...

2015 Cyber Risk Insights Conference — Chicago (Chicago, Illinois, USA, May 18, 2015) Advisen again brings its acclaimed Cyber Risk Insights Conference series to Chicago with a full-day event addressing the critical privacy, network security and cyber insurance issues confronting risk professionals...

IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (San Francisco, California, USA, May 19 - 22, 2013) Since 1980, the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy has been the premier forum for the presentation of developments in computer security and electronic privacy, and for bringing together researchers...

Fraud Summit Chicago (Chicago, Illinois, USA, May 19, 2015) ISMG's Fraud Summit is a one-day event focused exclusively on the top fraud trends impacting organizations and the mitigation strategies to overcome those challenges. Highlights of the Chicago event include...

NCCOE Speaker Series: The Cyber Danger: Problems of Strategic Adaptation (Rockville, Maryland, USA, May 20, 2015) Lucas Kello (Senior Lecturer in International Relations / Director of Cyber Studies Program, Oxford University, and Associate of the Science, Technology & Public Policy Program, Belfer Center for Science...

3rd Annual Georgetown Cybersecurity Law Institute (Washington, DC, USA, May 20 - 21, 2015) In 2015, it is more important than ever that in-house and outside counsel stay abreast of the most current developments and best practices in cybersecurity. Those lawyers who ignore cyber threats are risking...

SOURCE Conference (Boston, Massachusetts, USA, May 25 - 28, 2015) SOURCE is a computer security conference happening in Boston, Seattle, and Dublin that is focused on offering education in both the business and technical aspects of the security industry. The event's...

7th International Conference on Cyber Conflict (Tallinn, Estonia, May 26 - 29, 2015) CyCon is the annual NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence conference where topics vary from technical to legal, strategy and policy. The pre-conference workshop day, 26 May, features a variety...

HITBSecConf2015 Amsterdam (De Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 26 - 29, 2015) This year's event will feature a new training courses. Keynote speakers include Marcia Hofmann and John Matherly. To encourage the spirit of inquisitiveness and innovation, Haxpo will showcase cutting...

1st Annual Billington Corporate Cybersecurity Summit (New York, New York, USA, May 27, 2015) Join Billington CyberSecurity's unparalleled network of cybersecurity professionals as they provide hard-earned insights and education to a high level and exclusive group of attendees from the corporate...

Atlanta Secure World (Atlanta, Georgia, USA, May 27 - 28, 2015) Join your fellow security professional for affordable, high-quality cybersecurity training and education at a regional conference near you. Earn CPE credits while learning from nationally recognized industry...

Techno Security & Forensics Investigations Conference (Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA, May 31 - June 3, 2015) The Seventeenth Annual International Techno Security & Forensics Investigations Conference will be held May 31 ? June 3 in sunny Myrtle Beach at the Myrtle Beach Marriott Resort. This conference promises...

Mobile Forensics World (Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA, May 31 - June 3, 2015) The Eighth Annual Mobile Forensics World will also be held May 31 ? June 3 in sunny Myrtle Beach at the Myrtle Beach Marriott Resort. The Mobile Forensics World is specifically dedicated to Federal, State...

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