Seth Hardy was interviewed in a piece about the use of smartphones in cybercrime.
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SCMagazine has named Morgan Marquis-Boire on its honorable mention list of Influential IT security minds in 2012.
In an Internet survey conducted by the Iranian state television’s Shabakeye Khabar (News Network), conducted on June 3, 2012, 63 percent of respondents said that they would like to see a stop to uranium enrichment activity in order to halt sanctions against the country. The network later claimed that the results were manipulated by hackers.
A roundup of cyber news from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. This week’s post includes, WikiLeak’s release of information on Syria, cyber-defence in Iran, blogger arrests in Morocco, as well as cyber surveillance across the region.
A roundup of cyber news from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. This week’s post covers media crackdowns in Sudan, cyber defense preparation in Iran, the release of a human rights activist in Bahrain, news from Syria and post-election Egypt, as well as updates on social media policing in the region.
A roundup of cyber news from the Middle East and North Africa region. This week’s post covers the Flame malware, censorship in social media and Google’s Transparency Report.
The Dublin Conference on Internet Freedom will offer an opportunity to explore key issues related to Internet Freedom.
Eneken Tikk spoke about the diplomatic impact of the Flame virus as well as the group of nations led by China, Russia and several Middle Eastern countries that are seeking to influence operational control of the Internet.
“Thanks to Stuxnet, the Internet Freedom agenda, and the Arab Spring, cyberspace is now political space and matters a great deal in international relations,” writes Chris Bronk, Fellow in Information Technology Policy at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, Rice University.