11th-17th September 2011

[Updated 16th September]

[Maddeningly, WordPress allowed me to waste a lot of time entering stuff here then decided to stop me posting it because of “concerns about the content”, without even saving the draft. Thanks for the apology, guys, but it’s the second time it’s happened. Between that and the clandestine advertising content, it’s likely that I’ll be using other platforms more in future. However, here’s a very quick recap of what’s been happening this week so far (as of 14th September).]


SC Magazine:

Infosecurity Magazine: Marketing and Upgrades (13th September) 

Small Blue-Green World:


Other coverage:

Davey Winder: How mobile malware actually grew by 1400 percent in the last 12 months

Tom Brewster for IT Pro: Has ComodoHacker signalled the end of the CA system? http://www.itpro.co.uk/636040/has-comodohacker-signalled-the-end-of-the-ca-system

 Dan Raywood for SC Mag: http://www.scmagazineuk.com/palo-alto-networks-cto-anti-virus-technology-cant-stop-targeted-attacks/article/211543/

I scraped into Sys-Con Media’s top 25 “Most Powerful Voices In Security” (#22, to be precise). Jim Kaskade: http://www.sys-con.com/node/1974029 

Fahmida Y. Rashid: Scammers Exploit Sept. 11 Anniversary With Fake Tweets, Malicious Sites http://www.eweek.com/c/a/Security/Scammers-Exploit-Sept-11-Anniversary-With-Fake-Tweets-Malicious-Sites-887353/ 

Scams, Fake News, Security Threats Emerge Amid Flight 93, 9/11 Commemorations: http://inaudit.com/audit/it-audit/scams-fake-news-security-threats-emerge-amid-flight-93-911-commemorations-10073/

About David Harley

Musician/singer/songwriter; independent author/editor
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