Malicious Life by Cybereason tells the unknown stories of the history of cybersecurity, with comments and reflections by real hackers, security experts, journalists, and politicians.
In the early 2000s, Nortel was consciously, intentionally, aggressively positioning itself as a partner and a friend of China. At the same time, it was China's number one target for corporate espionage - and an early victim of its new 'Unrestricted Warfare' doctrine.
Security BSides - or just 'BSides', for short' - is the first grassroots, DIY, open security conference in the world - with more than 650 events in more than 50 countries. Jack Daniel, one of BSides' founders, recalls how the conference started, and what do such 'community-oriented' events...
Back in the 1990s, Cyberwarfare was a word rarely used in the West - and definitely unheard of in China, which was just taking it's first steps in the Internet. Two Chinese military officers, veterans of the semi-conflict with Taiwan, helped shape the role of cyber in modern warfare in China and...