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Inside China's iPhone jailbreaking industrial complex
In late March a handful of the western world's best-known iPhone hackers were flown business class to Beijing. They were put up in the five-star Park Hyatt and given a tour of the sites; the Great Wall, the Forbidden City. "They kept referring to us as 'great gods'. I'm guessing it just (...)
[OSNews]

Washington Post encrypts the news
The Washington Post begins encrypting parts of its website to make it harder for governments and hackers to monitor the articles people are reading.
[BBC News]

Canada government websites hacked
Multiple Canadian government websites have been brought back online after they went dark for several hours in a hacking attack.
[BBC]

Canada government websites hacked
Multiple Canadian government websites have been brought back online after they went dark for several hours in a hacking attack.
[BBC News]

Sony fail to dismiss hacking action
Nine former employees of Sony Pictures Entertainment gain permission to sue the company for negligence over last year's cyber hack.
[BBC]

Sony fail to dismiss hacking action
Nine former employees of Sony Pictures Entertainment gain permission to sue the company for negligence over last year's cyber hack.
[BBC News]

Study Finds 76% of Companies Plan to Hire More Tech Talent in 2015, Software and Data Science Are in Highest Demand, Diversity Shows Signs of Progress from HackerRank's Hacker Hiring Trends Report
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (June 11, 2015) - New research into tech talent trends from HackerRank , the platform connecting skilled programmers to top technical positions globally, reveals insights relevant for candidates looking to refine skills as well as companies seeking to rethink their hiring (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Companies Are Making Cybersecurity a Greater Priority, but Hackers Still May Be Gaining
Companies are spending increasing amounts on cybersecurity tools, but aren't convinced their data is truly secure and many chief information security officers believe that attackers are gaining on their defenses, according to a new RAND Corporation study . - - Charting the future of (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Companies Are Making Cybersecurity a Greater Priority, but Hackers Still May Be Gaining
Companies are spending increasing amounts on cybersecurity tools, but aren't convinced their data is truly secure and many chief information security officers believe that attackers are gaining on their defenses, according to a new RAND Corporation study . - - Charting the future of (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Companies Are Making Cybersecurity a Greater Priority, but Hackers Still May Be Gaining
Companies are spending increasing amounts on cybersecurity tools, but aren't convinced their data is truly secure and many chief information security officers believe that attackers are gaining on their defenses, according to a new RAND Corporation study . - - Charting the future of (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

Companies Are Making Cybersecurity a Greater Priority, but Hackers Still May Be Gaining
Companies are spending increasing amounts on cybersecurity tools, but aren't convinced their data is truly secure and many chief information security officers believe that attackers are gaining on their defenses, according to a new RAND Corporation study . - - Charting the future of (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

China likely behind hack of US data, says House homeland security chair
Mike McCaul calls attack ‘most significant breach of federal networks in US history’, amounting to espionage – but the White House has not assigned blame Related: US threatens sanctions against culprit in hacking of federal employees' data Mike McCaul, the chairman of the House of Representatives (...)
[The Guardian]

US threatens sanctions against culprit in hacking of federal employees' data
White House spokesman refuses to confirm claims of Chinese involvement in hack that compromised data of 4 million US government employees The White House has threatened possible economic sanctions against whoever is found to be involved in the recent hacking of US government personnel records, (...)
[The Guardian]

US facing 'dedicated' hacking enemy
The US says it faces a "dedicated adversary" and an "ever evolving threat" to the nation's cyber security, after a major data breach.
[BBC]

US facing 'dedicated' hacking enemy
The US says it faces a "dedicated adversary" and an "ever evolving threat" to the nation's cyber security, after a major data breach.
[BBC News]

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