Pwn2Own, Evernote Breach, and Nuke Cyber Attackers
Want a quick way to catch up on weekly information and network security (InfoSec) highlights? Well you’ve found the right place. In this episode of our InfoSec summary video, I talk about Evernote’s 50 million user data leak, web browsers falling to the Pwn2Own contest, and a U.S. government document that talks about nuclear retaliation against cyber attackers. Click play below for all the details, and check the Reference section for stories and links associated with the video.
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(Episode Runtime: 7:27)
Direct YouTube Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROG2LDBZZ9E
- Evernote breached, 50 million customer credentials leaked – CRN
- More Java Security Issues:
- All the browsers fall at Pwn2Own – Computer World
- Google releases Chrome 25 security update – Chrome release blog
- Mozilla releases Firefox 19.0.2 – Mozilla
- U.S. DoD considers nuclear retaliation to cyber attacks – Gizmode
- Resilient Military Systems and the Advanced Cyber Threat [PDF] – OSD.mil