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Cyber Intelligence Report – December 1, 2014

In this edition: #OpSaveAlAqsa cyber-attack campaign against Israel still running | Bots are great weapon for cyber terrorist | Russian telecom companies under cyber attack | Syrian Electronic Army claims hack of different news site | Egyptian Cyber Army is new hacker group in Middle East | Executives in Asian luxury hotels fall prey to Darkhotel cyber-espionage | Kenya ranked 4th globally in list of countries hit worst by fraud | South Africa Cyber response group to develop policy | UK companies would hire ex-hackers to counter cyber attacks | UK guide to help cyber defense companies export products | NATO and Cyber Defence Exercise in Estonia | Prague hosts Technologian Platform on Energy Security International Conference

Cyber Intelligence Report – July 1, 2014

In this edition: Israel among top cyber defense exporting countries | Cyber campaigns in wake of Operation Brother’s Keeper | New US Ambassador in Beijing said Chinese cyber espionage is a threat | A Russia plan to fight cyber extremism | Russia develops a Stuxnet like cyber-attack directed towards US and Europe | SEA hacks Reuter’s through third party system | Anonymous begins operation against ISIS supporters | The British Communication Intelligence Agency extends cyber cooperation | Europol and ENISA cooperate to fight cybercrime in Europe | Dutch company hacked Google Glass

Chinese-Built Microprocessor Includes Programmable Backdoor

A mysterious 'Backdoor' uncovered in a Chinese built programmable chip, widely used in military-grade microprocessors raises questions about the security, vulnerability of guided weapons, autonomous systems, flight controls, networks, and communications

Stuxnet Mutant Snoops for Industrial Control Systems’ Data

According to an alert report published by Symantec, the new treat designated ‘Duqu’ has parts nearly identical to Stuxnet, but with a completely different purpose. Unlike Stuxnet which was seemingly designed for specific attack mission, Duqu's purpose is to gather specific intelligence data and assets from specific organizations.

Stuxnet Computer Worm Exposes Potentially Disastrous Vulnerabilities to Cyber Terrorism

"Stuxnet is definitely not a military code, at least not a Western one" said Shai Blitzblau, Head of Maglan-Computer Warfare and Network Intelligence Labs,...

Stuxnet Under the Microscope – Israeli Cyber Warfare Expert Analyzes the...

Stuxnet uncovers the vulnerability of our infrastructure system – exposing the vulnerable interfaces between the logical and physical world, these elements are totally unprotected...

‘Cyber Storm III’ Tests U.S. resilience Under Cyber Attack

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) launched today the 'Cyber Storm III', a drill testing the nations' resilience under a simulated, deliberate international...