February 1, 2013

[PLEASE NOTE: Gartner will not be available after 2/1/13]

    • arXiv [preprints – full text]:
    • Brumfield, B. (2013, Jan. 27). Anonymous Threatens Justice Department Over Hacktivist Death. CNN. [Read]
    • Cisco. (2013, Jan.). 2013 Cisco Annual Security Report. [Read / Summary]
    • Goodin, D. (2013, Jan. 28). Java’s New “Very High” Security Mode Can’t Protect You from Malware. Ars Technica. [Read / Also: Firefox and Apple Blacklist Java]
    • Greenwald, G. (2013, Jan. 28). Pentagon’s New Massive Expansion of ‘Cyber-security’ Unit is About Everything Except Defense. Guardian. [Read]
    • Hutcheon, S. (2013, Jan. 30). Government Internet Snooping Takes More Than It Gives, Says Web Founder. Sydney Morning Herald. [Read]
    • International Journal of Critical Infrastructures – selected new articles [Abstracts / Request]:
    • Perlroth, N. (2013, Jan. 30). Hackers in China Attacked The Times for Last 4 Months. New York Times. [Read]
    • SANS – newly available papers [full text]:
    • Security & Communication Networks – new issue [Abstracts / Request]:
    • Villasenor, J. (2012, Jan. 29). The Two Classes of Cyber Threats [Brookings]. [Read]
    • United States. Office of the Director of National Security. (2013, Jan.). Information Paper: Description of Civil Liberties and Privacy Protections Incorporated in the Updated National Counter Terrorism Center Guidelines. [Read]
    • Wakefield, J. (2013, Jan. 31). Experts Warn on Wire-tapping of the Cloud. BBC. [Read]

Calls for Papers

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