November 2, 2012

  • arXiv [preprints – selected new articles]:
  • Benson, P. (2012, Oct. 30). Intelligence budget continues to drop. CNN. [Read]
  • European Network and Information Security Agency. (2012, Oct. 29). Inventory of CERT activities in Europe. [Read]
  • Gallagher, R. (2012, Oct. 31). Germany discloses most of the spy tools it’s using – and other countries should, too. Slate. [Read]
  • Gantz, S. (2012, Nov. 2). Cyber security firms looking for students who pass government security clearances. Baltimore Business Journal. [Preview / Request]
  • Goncharov, M. (2012, Oct.) Russian underground 101 [Trend Micro]. [Read]
  • Government hackers develop Windows 8 exploit – already. (2012, Oct 31). Infosecurity. [Read]
  • Journal of Information Security – new issue [full text]:
  • Kaspersky Labs. (2012, Nov. 1). IT threat evolution: Q3 2012. Securelist. [Read]
  • McCullagh, D. (2012, Nov. 2). Judge prods FBI over future internet surveillance plans. CNET. [Read]
  • Morrow, T., Seacord, R. C., Bergey, J. K., & Miller, P. (2012, Oct.). Supporting the use of CERT secure coding standards in DoD acquisitions [Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute]. [Read]
  • Police need new internet surveillance tools, chiefs say [RE: Canadian Bill C-30]. (2012, Oct. 26). CBC News. [Read]
  • Serwer, A. (2012, Oct. 30). The government secretly spied on you? Prove it! Mother Jones. [Read]
  • Stoichev, K. (2012). Conditions for increasing the viability of critical infrastructure objects. Journal of Applied Security Research. [Abstract / Request]
  • United States. National Institute of Standards and Technology. (2012, Oct.). Conducting information security-related risk assessments: Updated guidelines for comprehensive risk management programs. [Read]
  • United States. Supreme Court. (2012, Oct. 2).  [Transcript of oral argument in Clapper v. NSA RE: FISA amendments reauthorization]. [Read]
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