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  • Are Security Threats to Power and Water Plants Real? You Betcha, Says John McAfee.
    Are Security Threats to Power and Water Plants Real? You Betcha, Says John McAfee. Anti-virus pioneer John McAfee believes that there is no doubt hackers can easily get into and destroy power and water stations across the country -- whether it be on the ground or through cyberspace.
  • Risk Management – 10 Cyberthreat Predictions for 2016
    Risk Management – 10 Cyberthreat Predictions for 2016 In a recent survey by PwC, 74% of small- and medium-sized businesses had experienced a security issue in the previous 12 months, and the widespread perception of these enterprises as “easy targets” will only see that number increase, Sophos predicted.
  • Business Continuity Manager (m/w) − München − StepStone
    Business Continuity Manager (m/w) − München − StepStone Business Continuity Manager (m/w) in der Abteilung Vorstandsstab | Organisation | Personal bei der Münchener Hyp im schönen München
  • New Singapore Cloud outage incident response guidelines aim for better cloud continuity
    New Singapore Cloud outage incident response guidelines aim for better cloud continuity The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) has published a set of Cloud Outage Incident Response (COIR) Guidelines to assist in business continuity and disaster recovery plans.
  • Atomunglück: Fische um Fukushima kaum noch radioaktiv belastet - DIE WELT
    Atomunglück: Fische um Fukushima kaum noch radioaktiv belastet - DIE WELT Im Meer vor Fukushima wurden nach dem Atomunfall 2011 bei Fischen Rekordwerte an radioaktivem Cäsium gemessen. Die jüngsten Messungen zeigen nun: Salz- und Süßwasserfische sind kaum noch kontaminiert.
  • Wenn der Hacker das Kraftwerk kapert
    Wenn der Hacker das Kraftwerk kapert Durch das Internet der Dinge (IoT) und die zunehmende Vernetzung aller Lebensbereiche werden nicht nur IT-Systeme angreifbarer, sondern die Gesellschaft insgesamt. Mit scheinbar wenigen Klicks können Hacker ein ganzes Land lahmlegen. Die Betreiber kritischer Infrastrukturen müssen sich noch besser dagegen rüsten.
  • Snapchat Employee Data Leaks Out Following Phishing Attack | TechCrunch
    Snapchat Employee Data Leaks Out Following Phishing Attack | TechCrunch “Last Friday, Snapchat’s payroll department was targeted by an isolated email phishing scam in which a scammer impersonated our Chief Executive Officer and asked for employee payroll information,” Snapchat explained in a blog post. “Unfortunately, the phishing email wasn’t recognized for what it was — a scam — and payroll information about some current and former employees was disclosed externally.”
  • IBM Adds Post-Cyber Attack Planning With Resilient Systems Acquisition | TechCrunch
    IBM Adds Post-Cyber Attack Planning With Resilient Systems Acquisition | TechCrunch Instead of trying to prevent an attack, Resilient gives customers a plan to deal with a breach after it’s happened. While IBM offers pieces for protecting and defending the network, no security system is fool-proof and there will be times when hackers slip through the defenses (or the attack comes from within).
  • Preparing for the Really Big One: Cascadia Earthquake, Tsunami Drill
    The ground isn’t expected to actually shake this spring. But nearly 6,000 emergency and military personnel will pretend it is during a four-day exercise to test response to a seismic event that will dwarf the 2001 Nisqually quake: A Cascadia megaquake and tsunami.
  • Der Tag: Mexiko löst Atomalarm aus - n-tv.de
    Der Tag: Mexiko löst Atomalarm aus - n-tv.de Im Zentrum Mexikos haben Unbekannte radioaktives Material gestohlen.

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