Category Archives: cyberespionage

Update on Blogging and New Articles in TransactionWorld

I want to apologize for not blogging as frequently.  My new job has me hopping at the moment and I am writing extensively for AT&T’s Networking Exchange Blog.  You can check out my blog posts at AT&T’s Networking Exchange Blog … Continue reading

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Chris Mark’s Article in “The Counter Terrorist Magazine”

I received my copy of February/March 2013 International edition of The Counter Terrorist Magazine and imagine my surprise when I am the cover article!  I have written for a number of publications but I have to say my favorite is … Continue reading

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All’s Fair in Love & (Cyber) War

A report released today suggests that the United States government is far more involved in the use of trojans and mal-ware than previously thought.  The US had previously been linked to the Stuxnetvirus that wreaked havoc on the Iranian nuclear … Continue reading

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“Why does the FBI have your UDID (and 12.4 million more)?” FBI Laptop Hacked…1 million Apple IDS posted online

*UPDATE* It was reported yesterday that the FBI laptop was not, in fact, the source of UUIDs that were hacked.  A company called Blue Toad revealed that it was the source of the stolen ids.  It’s not clear how the … Continue reading

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“Cyber Espionage is Alive and Well”; Motorola Employee Sentenced in theft of IP

According to a story in CIO, a former Motorola employee was sentenced to 4 years in prison for theft of trade secrets. For more information on the cyber espionage threat, you can read my  article: “The Rise of CyberEspionage” published … Continue reading

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