Posts Tagged ‘hackers’

8 Best Books That Every Budding #Hacker Must Read

Everyone knows that a hacker by extension is always a programmer. What many don’t know though is that there is a lot more to it. It’s not just about knowing the language. A hacking is mainly defined by his curiosity to know what is otherwise not to be known. While the following books are on a […]

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Your employees aren’t the only threat to InfoSec and Compliance

July 22nd, 2013 by Lewis Morgan  I overheard a conversation the other day, one which left me so stunned that I’ve decided to write about it…. Two men having dinner behind me (I got the impression they were both directors) were discussing the £200k fine the NHS received for losing patient data. Eventually, the conversation […]

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The weakest link in computer hacking?

The weakest link in computer hacking? Human error By Cliff Edwards, Olga Kharif,Michael Riley, Bloomberg News The U.S. Department of Homeland Security ran a test this year to see how hard it was for hackers to corrupt workers and gain access to computer systems. Not very, it turned out. Staff secretly dropped computer discs and […]

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World Bank security breach and financial crisis

The World Bank controls the World’s banking system, creates plans and strategies to develop economies to protect countries from financial turmoil. This information is a treasure trove of data which can be manipulated for huge monetary or political gain. Amongst the financial crisis, a major security breach has been reported at World Bank that might […]

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