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Two notes on transportation cyber security appear today. The more alarming is a warning, disclosed by Boeing and reissued by the US Federal Aviation Administration, of an "integer-overflow-like bug" in Boeing Dreamliners' electrical power generation software. Over time the flaw tends to produce engine unreliability. The other warning comes from CyberKeel, which finds poor patch management practices pervading maritime shipping sector sites.

Several large spam campaigns are reported underway, many of them serving up ransomware.

Malwarebytes has noticed a change in traffic patterns associated with the Fiesta exploit kit. (The Fiesta kit has recently been used to deliver ransomware.) The SANS Internet Storm Center asks for help identifying current Fiesta payloads.

Looking at international cyber conflict, Sino-American quarrels over IP theft (a US concern) and censorship evasion (a Chinese concern) continue.

Cyberrioting flares from Southwest Asia, where Armenian and Turkish hacktivists attack each other's governments' sites amid mutual resentment provoked by the Pope calling the Armenian genocide "genocide." Other hacktivists, nominally pro-Palestinian but whose work looks more like that of script-kiddie skids, deface sites in India and Malaysia.

An Anonymous faction claims to have compromised the World Trade Organization.

Rutgers University continues to recover from a cyber attack disclosed last week.

US Cyber Command issued a request for proposals as it seeks to outsource some $475 million in work, a partial response to a labor market that's pinching security operations in both public and private enterprises.

The US Commerce Department plans a May cyber trade mission to Poland and Romania.


Today's issue includes events affecting Armenia, Australia, China, Colombia, European Union, Holy See, Japan, Malaysia, Palestinian Territories, Poland, Romania, Turkey, United States.

Cyber Attacks, Threats, and Vulnerabilities

FBI Links Chinese Government to Cyber Attacks on U.S. Companies (Washington Free Beacon) Computer hackers linked to the Chinese government used two Chinese telecom companies and the Baidu search engine to mount mass data disruption attacks on American websites involved in circumventing Beijing's censors

Boeing 787 Dreamliners contain a potentially catastrophic software bug (Ars Technica) Beware of integer overflow-like bug in aircraft's electrical system, FAA warns

Lack of patching leaves maritime sites open to remote control risk (Splash 24/7) CyberKeel, which focuses on cyber security in the maritime sector, has warned a number of important shipping websites could be taken over easily by hackers

Fake "Account Locked" notices are delivering CTB-Locker (Help Net Security) Active spam campaigns delivering fake notices about temporarily locked accounts have been spotted in the last few days delivering a deadly malware combination: the Dalexis downloader and the CTB-Locker (aka Critroni) ransomware

Massive malware spam campain to corporate domains in Colombia (Internet Storm Center) There was a massive malware spam campain directed to corporate domains in Colombia. The following was the e-mail received

Traffic pattern change noted in Fiesta exploit kit (Internet Storm Center) A few hours ago, Jerome Segura, Senior Security Researcher at Malwarebytes, tweeted about a change in traffic patterns from Fiesta exploit kit

IIS at Risk: An In-Depth Look into CVE-2015-1635 (TrendLabs Security Intelligence Blog) One of the vulnerabilities recently patched by Microsoft can be exploited in the same way as Heartbleed, and needs to be addressed immediately

Researcher Finds Method to Bypass Google Password Alert (Threatpost) A security researcher has developed a method — actually two methods — for defeating the new Chrome Password Alert extension that Google released earlier this week

Cyberwar: Armenian, Turkish Hackers Targeting Each Other's Govt Websites (HackRead) The cyberwar between Armenian and Turkish hackers is reaching a new height. It begin with Pope Francis' remarks in which he used the word 'genocide' to refer to mass killings of Armenians by Turks

Baltimore City government website knocked offline (SC Magazine) Baltimore City Government's website was knocked offline temporarily by a denial-of-service attack on Tuesday 28 April, with hactivism group AnonCyberMafia claiming responsibility

Anonymous Hacks World Trade Organization, Leaks Personal Data Of Thousands Of Officials (HackRead) Keeping Anonymous hackers out from news is simply impossible, the hacktivist movement is active 24 x 7 and you can always expect them to drop their cyber bomb on anyone at anytime — Just like today when WTO is under attack by Anonymous

Famous Online Indian Portal 'Rediff' Hacked By Palestinian Hacker (HackRead) On 30th April, 2015, a Palestinian-friendly hacker going with the online handle of HolaKo hacked and defaced a subdomain of, a famous Indian news, information, shopping and entertainment web portal

Red Bull Malaysia Website Hacked By Pro-Palestinian Hackers (HackRead) After successful OpIsrael, AnonGhost is now targeting random but high-profile websites around the world. The latest in line is Red Bull Malaysia

More customers complain of fraudulent Verizon accounts (WFLA) When George Shrader ran his credit to buy a house, he found thousands of dollars in past-due Verizon wireless bills. But he was never a customer!

'Cyber Attack' On California Common Core Testing Shuts Down Access For Hours, State Denies Deliberate Tampering (KPIX 5) What appears to be a denial of service cyber attack may be responsible for preventing hundreds of thousands of students statewide from logging in and taking the Common Core computerized tests Thursday, according to Oakland Unified School District

Rutgers adjusts grading, final exam policies due to cyber attack ( Rutgers University will allow professors to cancel final exams and is urging flexibility in grading so that students don't suffer because of a cyber attack that hit the university on Monday and crippled Internet service for most of the week

Facebook says sorry after bug hid posts, blocked links and led to security warnings (Naked Security) Facebook has apologised after a bug caused major problems for users yesterday as existing posts disappeared, new links were blocked from being posted, and others wouldn't allow for an image to be posted alongside the link

WikiLeaks' Anonymous Leak Submission Website Relaunched After 6 Years (HackRead) Expect exposure of confidential news pieces and government/corporate classified documents every now and then because WikiLeaks, the anti-secrecy group has re-launched its anonymous leak submission

Bulletin (SB15-124) Vulnerability Summary for the Week of April 27, 2015 (US-CERT) The US-CERT Cyber Security Bulletin provides a summary of new vulnerabilities that have been recorded by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Vulnerability Database (NVD) in the past week

Security Patches, Mitigations, and Software Updates

Mozilla Moving Toward Full HTTPS Enforcement in Firefox (Threatpost) The Mozilla Foundation is initiating the process to phase out insecure HTTP connections in the Firefox browser. The decision is part of a broader movement to encrypt the Web, which in the case of Mozilla Firefox, means permitting only encrypted HTTPS browser connections

Cyber Trends

How secure are digital transactions? (Help Net Security) The online payment industry was exposed to a slew of attacks in 2013-14, with hackers meticulously examining the payment infrastructure to exploit potential weaknesses. To guard against such security breaches, the payment industry needs to devise global security initiatives and establish common rules

Impact of new data protection legislation not widely understood (Help Net Security) Almost a third of public and private sector professionals are not aware of what the forthcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will mean to them or their organizations, according to iStorage

Secret Agent Man: How to Think About Autonomy (War on the Rocks) Opponents of autonomous weapons have already lost the debate over so-called "killer robots" according to Matthew Hipple, writing here at War on the Rocks

Defence key to living in modern threat environment — Symantec (CSO Australia) Now in its 20th year, Symantec has released their annual threat report. We spoke with Piero DePaoli, Senior Director for Global Product Marketing for Information Security at Symantec at the recent RSA Conference

Social media giants are not the privacy monsters you think they are: Deloitte (Sydney Morning Herald) Australians distrust the social media industry — spearheaded by multi-billion dollar brands Facebook, Twitter and YouTube — more than any other, when it comes to the handling of their private data, research shows

Artificial intelligence is the next big thing for hedge funds seeking an edge (Quartz) The glitzy skyscrapers of Hong Kong's financial center stand in stark contrast to a dirty grey industrial building in the city's run-down Kwun Tong district. Yet nine floors up, in an office bereft of any form of signage, a new artificially intelligent investor is taking shape


The cyber gold rush (Christian Science Monitor) How cities and states are scrambling to become the Silicon Valley of cybersecurity — and ride the next big economic boom

CYBERCOM To Outsource $475 Million of Work To Stand Up Command (Defense One) The massive contract would cover more than 20 task areas and would build out one of the divisions of the Pentagon's fledgling cyber branch

Booz Allen Awarded $39M Task Order to Improve Cyber Risk Visibility (Booz Allen Hamilton) Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) has been selected to support the Department of Homeland Security's Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program, providing Federal agencies with tools and services to identify and fix cybersecurity vulnerabilities more quickly

How Scott Chasin uses big data to build cybersecurity (UpStart Business Journal) The UpTake: Old solutions to cybersecurity have failed, says Scott Chasin. So he's trying something new with ProtectWise

Q&A: Gemalto using IOT to protect billions while saving trees & bees (Computer Business Review) Head of M2M Manfred Kube discusses the future of M2M and IoT

Why concern about talent is now a cyber-security issue (CGMA Magazine) Eighty-two per cent of organisations expect to be the subject of a cyber-attack this year, and many are trying to defend against complex threats with unqualified workers or unfilled positions

Call for SINET 16 Innovator Applications (BusinessWire) SINET opens international search for most innovative cybersecurity solutions

Products, Services, and Solutions

General Dynamics Releases NSA-Approved TACLANE Trusted Sensor Software (MarketWatch) Designed to improve network situational awareness and accelerate response to cyber threats

Product spotlight: Qualys Web Application Firewall 2.0 (Help Net Security) In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2015, Wolfgang Kandek, CTO at Qualys, talks about the recently announced Qualys Web Application Firewall (WAF) version 2.0, that comes fully integrated with the Qualys Web Application Scanning solution (WAS)

Darktrace's 'pattern-of-life' defense (Security Asia) Darktrace is touting a new approach to cyber-security that leverages Bayesian probabilities for early detection of cyber threats and insider threats

Technologies, Techniques, and Standards

VolDiff, for memory image differential analysis (Internet Storm Center) VolDiff is a bash script that runs Volatility plugins against memory images captured before and after malware execution providing a differential analysis, helping identify IOCs and understand advanced malware behaviour

Firewall for dummies — or, what do we mean by a next-generation firewall? (Naked Security) The term next-generation firewall is not well defined, so it's worth clarifying a little before we proceed

Social threat intelligence (Help Net Security) There's been an explosion of companies that realized threat intelligence was the next frontier

Relevance, collaboration helping threat intelligence shape the IT security response (CSO Australia) As the merciless onslaught of data-security attacks continues to claim success after success, organisations are increasingly warming to the promise of threat intelligence in helping prevent, catch, and deal with attacks much more effectively than in the past. Yet with its reliance on large volumes of security information, threat intelligence remains out of the reach of many organisations

CTO insights: Defending your organization from insider attacks (Help Net Security) If you've read enough crime novels or seen enough action movies, the plot is all too familiar to you: an insider — acting to correct some slight or insult he or she received years ago — turns against an organization and inflicts significant damage

Increased encryption a double-edged sword (CSO) While there isn't much the DHS and the NSA can do to stem the spread of encryption, enterprises can take steps to ensure that encryption is benefiting the organization and not their enemies

Hack the hackers? The debate rages on (CSO) The divide between those who favor and oppose "hacking back" against cyber attackers is just as sharp now as it was when it started decades ago

The Benefits, Limits of Cyber Value-at-Risk (Wall Street Journal) The World Economic Forum's "Partnering for Cyber Resilience" initiative developed a preliminary framework for a statistical model CIOs and other executives can use to begin quantifying the financial impact of cyber threats

Research and Development

Acronis to work on joint research with Singapore government (ZDNet) Data protection vendor reveals plans to embark on joint initiatives with Singapore's R&D agency, A*Star, when it officially launches its research facility in the country by June 2015

IARPA looks to IBM for future of quantum computing (Market Business) ARPA, the research wing of the US's Intelligence Agency has long been searching for ways to develop and implement quantum computing, but it looks like IBM have beaten them to it

Cyber Technology Transitions From the Lab to the Street (SIGNAL) National laboratory research promises to transform cybersecurity


Summer camps with a mission: To create cybersecurity experts (San Angelo Standard-Times) At Vermont's Norwich University, 20 high school students will build computers they'll be able to take home. At Dakota State University in South Dakota, about 200 students will learn about programming. In Southern California, 250 middle school Girl Scouts will be given tiny computers, the chance to fly drones and earn special patches

CyberGirlz: Middle-school girls learn the art of cybersecurity (San Jose Mercury News) Hacking is big these days. So is cyberwarfare

Durham college student's business helping Homeland Security (Middletown Press) Steve Abbagnaro of Durham is developing technology for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security through his company

Legislation, Policy, and Regulation

13 sectors to be required to report cyber-attacks (Yomiuri Shimbun via the Japan News) The government plans to require companies and other organizations that provide critical infrastructure (See below) in 13 sectors — including information and communications, financial services and electric power — to report to the government if they experience a serious cyber-attack, it has been learned

Cyber war and peace (New Vision) Information and communication technologies have become a central part of everyday life for most of the world's population. They affect even the most underdeveloped and remote areas of the planet and have become a key factor driving development, innovation and economic growth

U.S. Deputy Commerce Secretary Bruce Andrews Announces Delegation to Join Cybersecurity Trade Mission to Romania and Poland ( U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Bruce Andrews today announced he will lead a delegation of 20 American companies on a Cybersecurity Trade Mission to Bucharest, Romania, and Warsaw, Poland May 11-15, 2015. Assistant Secretary for Industry and Analysis Marcus Jadotte will also participate in the mission

DoD's New Cyber Strategy (DefenseNews) The Atlantic Council's Steve Grundman and Capital Alpha Partners' Byron Callan discuss Defense Secretary Ash Carter's recently unveiled cyber initiative for the Pentagon

Opinion: The Pentagon's risky offensive cyberstrategy (Christian Science Monitor Passcode) While the Pentagon's new cybersecurity strategy puts more weight on striking back against criminal or nation-state hackers, a more effective way to deter attacks may be through diplomacy, law enforcement, and sanctions

How the Pentagon Could Soon Share Americans' Data With Foreign Militaries (Defense One) The new cyber strategy could provide allies with Americans' information gathered under proposed legislation

Latest President Obama-requested cyberthreat intelligence agency may be overkill (TechRepublic) Some security experts wonder if the Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center is the best use of US federal government resources

Both sides of data encryption debate face off in Congress (Christian Science Monitor Passcode) Congress hears from technologists who favor stronger encryption on consumer devices and those who say such technology could hamper law enforcement efforts

President Bernie Sanders Would Dismantle NSA Spying (GovernmentExec) Bernie Sanders is running for president for many reasons, and you're going to hear about a lot of them on the campaign trail

SEC Issues New Cybersecurity Guidance for Investment Funds (AkinGump) On April 28, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Division of Investment Management (the "Division") published a Guidance Update setting forth cybersecurity concerns and advice for the registered investment companies and investment advisers it regulates. This is the most recent instance of the SEC's continued focus on cybersecurity

Cybersecurity Guidance (US Securities and Exchange Commission IM Guidance Update) The Division has identified the cybersecurity of registered investment companies ("funds") and registered investment advisers ("advisers") as an important issue

Joe Demarest to Serve as FBI Cyber Crime Branch Associate Executive Assistant Director (ExecutiveGov) Joe Demarest, assistant director at FBI's cyber division since June 2012, has been named associate executive assistant director of the criminal, cyber, response and services branch

Litigation, Investigation, and Law Enforcement

Al Qaeda Branch Claims Responsibility for Bangladeshi Blogger’s Killing (New York Times) The leader of Al Qaeda's branch in the Indian subcontinent has published a video claiming responsibility for the death of Avijit Roy, an atheist Bangladeshi-American blogger who was killed by a group of men with machetes on Feb. 26 as he was leaving a book fair in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Cyberdome Project: Police Urge Assistance of Firms (New Indian Express) In a bid to seek the technical support from ethical hackers and techies, the state police have requested assistance from some companies for setting up the Cyberdome project proposed by the Home Department on the Technopark campus

Department of Justice will review how it deploys cell phone snooping tech (Ars Technica) ACLU says federal oversight of when and why stingrays are used is "long overdue"

Surveillance Fusion Centers Blur State and Federal Law Enforcement (San Diego 6 CW) After 9/11, the US government commissioned a task force to identify gaps within the intelligence community and state law enforcement to connect the dots in counter-terrorism threats - the answer was state-run Fusion Centers. The Fusion Centers were intended to be a clearinghouse for local law enforcement to share its data with the feds

Foiling Pump Skimmers With GPS (KrebsOnSecurity) Credit and debit card skimmers secretly attached to gas pumps are an increasingly common scourge throughout the United States. But the tables can be turned when these fraud devices are discovered, as evidenced by one California police department that has eschewed costly and time-consuming stakeouts in favor of affixing GPS tracking devices to the skimmers and then waiting for thieves to come collect their bounty

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

Newly Noted Events

IT Security one2one Summit (Austin, Texas, USA, October 4 - 6, 2015) The IT Security one2one Summit is designed to deliver focused one2one business meetings between IT Security Solution Providers and IT Security decision-makers (Delegates) with purchasing budgets. Delegates...

ICMC (the International Cryptographic Module Conference) (Washington, D.C., USA, November 4 - 6, 2015) ICMC core focus includes cryptographic modules, FIPS 140-2, ISO/IEC 19790 and cryptographic algorithms. Specialists from all over the world gather in Washington to discuss about commercial cryptography...

Black Hat Europe (Amsterdam, the Netherlands, November 10 - 13, 2015) Black Hat prides itself with being "the most technical and relevant global information security event series in the world." For the past 16 years, the Black Hat events have given their attendees the opportunity...

ACSAC (Annual Computer Security Applications Conference) (Los Angeles, California, USA, December 7 - 11, 2015) ACSAC is one of the most important cyber security conferences in the world, and the oldest information security conference held annually. Researchers, government representatives, academia and security...

Upcoming Events

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...

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...

AFCEA Spring Intelligence Symposium 2015 (Springfield, Virginia, USA, May 20 - 21, 2015) The Symposium will be a one-of-a-kind event designed to set the tone and agenda for billions of dollars in IC investment. Leaders from all major IC agencies, from the ODNI, IARPA, and the National Intelligence...

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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