October 18, 2012

  • arXiv [preprints – selected new articles]:
  • Associated Press. (2012, Oct. 12). New computer virus targets Venezuelans after vote. [Read]
  • Bilge, L., & Dumitras, T. (2012). Before we knew it: An empirical study of zero-day attacks in the real world [preprint]. [Read]
  • Dorling, P. (2012, Oct. 10). Revealed: Canberra sharing intel on Assange with Washington. Sydney Morning Herald. [Read]
  • Gary McKinnon extradition to US blocked by Theresa May. (2012, Oct. 16). BBC. [Read / More: NYT]
  • Insinna, V. (2012, November). States to ramp up cybersecurity information sharing. National Defense. [Read]
  • International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics – new issue [abstracts / request]:
  • Krebs, B. (2012, Oct. 17). Critical Java patch plugs 30 security holes. Krebs on Security. [Read]
  • McCullagh, D. (2012, Oct. 16). Verizon draws fire for monitoring app usage, browsing habits. CNET. [Read]
  • Palmer, D. (2012, Oct. 16). Police force fined £120,000 for data breach. Computing. [Read]
  • Pauli, D. (2012, Oct. 17). Hacker terminals capable of causing pacemaker deaths. SC Magazine. [Read]
  • Schactman, N. (2012, Oct. 11). Pentagon chief reveals ‘classified’ cyber threats … that you read in August [Brookings]. [Read]
  • Setrakian, L. (2012, Oct. 15). Skype becomes operations center for Syrian rebels. ABC News. [Read]
  • Stross, R. (2012, Oct. 14). Doing the two-step [verification] beyond the ATM. New York Times. [Read]
  • Talbot, D. (2012, Oct. 17). Computer viruses are ‘rampant’ on medical devices in hospitals. Technology Review. [Read]

Proceedings

6th International Conference on Mathematical Methods, Models and Architectures for Computer Network Security (2012, Oct. 17-19) – papers presented [abstracts / request]:

17th Nordic Conference on Secure IT Systems (2012, Oct. 31 –  Nov. 2) – papers presented [abstracts / request]:

Calls for Papers

Conferences

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