Sunday, May 4, 2014

Top 5 Infosec links of the week (XXIII)

0-Days in Internet Explorer, hacking semaphore, the largest cybersecurity exercise in the European Union, how to stop cybercriminals and learn from failures. The five top post this week, directly in the Sunday compilation.

A new 0-Day in all commercial versions of Internet Explorer has exploded on the net, with the discovery that they were already in circulation attacks targeting different industries and based on malicious flash files.

Security flaws that become critical when they affect urban infrastructure, as recently presented by Cesar Cerrudo of IOActive, Inc., has been found how easily hack semaphores and present its investigation within fifteen days at the Infiltrate Security Conference.

The EU is aware of these dangers, and this week carried out the largest operation in the history of cyber security, Cyber ​​Europe 2014 (CE2014), involving over 200 companies and 400 industry professionals.

The eternal struggle of cat and mouse. The first trying to defend the vulnerabilities that are usually discovered first by the second, as shown in the video that accompanies the article.

And we end with a link to our home that has crept into the weekly top, in which we talk about the importance of taking action and learning from mistakes.

Top five topics of the week. News Five drinking from the same source. The business that are behind the theft.


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