June 15, 2012
A Graph of the Increase in Computer Security Jobs Posted Online
via Forbes

A Graph of the Increase in Computer Security Jobs Posted Online

via Forbes

June 12, 2012
CYBER-ATTACK!? Who told? U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is on the case!

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, some history.

CYBER-ATTACK!? Who told? U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is on the case!

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, some history.

April 30, 2012
Infographic via The Electronic Frontier Foundation
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act recently passed the U.S. House of representatives. The EFF was a vocal critic of the bill (before it was cool), and they put this graphic together. It concisely explains the shortcomings in the US Government’s latest attempt at reining in cybersecurity.

Infographic via The Electronic Frontier Foundation


The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act recently passed the U.S. House of representatives. The EFF was a vocal critic of the bill (before it was cool), and they put this graphic together. It concisely explains the shortcomings in the US Government’s latest attempt at reining in cybersecurity.

August 4, 2011

Images via McAfee [PDF] by way of Threatpost:

Global 2000 companies can be split into two categories, according to the author of a new white paper from McAfee; those that know they’ve been compromised and those that don’t yet know…

May 6, 2011
Image from an article in Wired:

"The Department of Homeland Security has requested that Mozilla, the maker of the Firefox browser, remove an add-on that allows web surfers to access websites whose domain names were seized by the government for copyright infringement, Mozilla’s lawyer said Thursday."

Image from an article in Wired:

"The Department of Homeland Security has requested that Mozilla, the maker of the Firefox browser, remove an add-on that allows web surfers to access websites whose domain names were seized by the government for copyright infringement, Mozilla’s lawyer said Thursday."

May 5, 2011
China Creates New Agency to Regulate the Internet

infoneer-pulse:

A powerful arm of China’s government said Wednesday that it had created a new central agency to regulate every corner of the nation’s vast Internet community, a move that appeared to complement a continuing crackdown on political dissidents and other social critics.

» via The New York Times

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