Latest Hacktivism Stories
Google Ideas - a 'think/do' tank - explores how technology can enable people to confront threats in the face of conflict, instability or repression. Burlington,
Webinar to Take Place Thursday, August 29 at 12:00 p.m. ET on the Rise of Ideological Hacktivism Burlington, Mass.
To help organizations respond to the ever-growing and ever-present threat of cyber security attacks, Dell SecureWorks has launched the Incident Response Resource Center. Atlanta,
Yet another group of “Hacktivists” have seen it fit to attack some government organizations and leak personal data in the name of Freedom of Information.
A federal grand jury in Los Angeles has indicted a British man with ties to the group LulzSec (LulzSec), charging him with conspiracy and computer-related crimes for attacking websites owned by Fox, Sony Pictures and PBS, federal prosecutors said on Wednesday.
It’s an ever-connected world in which we live. To pretend otherwise is nothing more than a pipe dream. At the risk of sounding like a Doomsday Prophet, this isn’t the beginning of the end of those innocent days of yesteryear. We’re already in the thickest part of the weeds, rubbing the sleep from our eyes and trying our best to part the brush in this new and exotic jungle.
More than sixty percent of IT security professionals worldwide believe their organization will be targeted by cybercriminals during the next six months, according to the results of a new survey by cybersecurity firm Bit9.
The Iranian government will step up its censorship efforts this summer with a new national intranet that restricts access to services like Google, Yahoo!, and Hotmail, according to an official statement released this week.
The hacktivist group known as Anonymous has reportedly defaced hundreds of Chinese government websites, alerting visitors and citizens of the Internet filter in the country.
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