Sep 12, 2016

Cybersec Brief w/c 5th September 2016

Selected cybersecurity events of the week commencing Monday 5th September 2016.

A malware developer is outraged because of incorrect details being published about his malware.


Geo-Politics

[GERMAN] Judge justifies sentence partly based on browsing history of murder suspect: 'He googled for "strangling until death" not for "strangling until unconscious"'
http://www.spiegel.de/panorama/justiz/anneli-prozess-er-hat-nicht-nach-betaeubung-gegoogelt-sondern-nach-tod-a-1111005.html


Cybercrime

Android malware developer contacts IBM cybersecurity to correct published details about his malware
https://ig.ft.com/sites/special-reports/cyber-attacks/


Research & Reports

Conference talk submission system hack writeup
http://haxx.ml/post/149975211631/how-i-hacked-your-cfp-and-probably-some-other

A non-technical, short pitch about how narrow AI might be used for cybersecurity in the future
http://www.darkreading.com/analytics/introducing-deep-learning-boosting-cybersecurity-with-an-artificial-brain/a/d-id/1326824?

A well-rounded picture of various phases of a cyber-attack: the CISO's perspective, how the IR team reacts, the future of cybercrime, ...
https://ig.ft.com/sites/special-reports/cyber-attacks/

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