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Flawed beliefs and erroneous claims plague IT security industry
09 November, 2009
The Cyber Secure Institute lays bare the falsehoods surrounding the IT security industry and calls for an end to erroneous claims and for flawed truisms to be debunked
Cyber Secure Institute comment on PandaLabs report
09 October, 2009
Increased risks to computer users through increase in malware attacks using social networking sites draws comment from Cyber Secure Institute Director
Cyber security prize launched
21 August, 2009
The Cyber Secure Institute has launched the Albert Einstein Prize to encourage new approaches to IT security
NIST Recommendation analysis
06 August, 2009
The Cyber Secure Institute comments on the recent NIST recommendations for federal information system security controls
Financial sector vulnerabilities exposed in recent hack
03 August, 2009
The Cyber Secure Institute discusses the recent Network Solutions breach and the implications on the financial sector
ActiveX Control vulnerability considered serious
10 July, 2009
The Cyber Secure Institute condemns Microsoft for not releasing a patch soon enough to prevent damage through ActiveX control vulnerability
e-Health vulnerability statement
02 July, 2009
The Cyber Secure Institute updates e-Health vulnerability analysis in light of Virginia Health Professions hack
Comment on the need for new approach to US government cyber security
01 June, 2009
The Cyber Secure Institute backs the US government decision to make cybersecurity of national infrastructure a priority
Cyber Secure Institute perspective on US health care vulnerabilities
27 May, 2009
Director of the Cyber Secure Institute comments on the need to address vulnerabilities in the data protection regime of the US healthcare system
Cyber Secure Institute executive comments on Conficker worm
23 April, 2009
Economic damage caused by Conficker worm entirely preventable with concerted prevention efforts according to Executive Director of the Cyber Secure Institute
Cyber Secure Institute claims ATM equipment inherently vulnerable
27 March, 2009
Trojan attack on Diebold ATM prompts demands from Cyber Secure Institute that the banking industry use more inherently secure IT systems
Call for tighter cyber security regulations
16 March, 2009
Cyber Secure Institute lobbies Chairman of cyber security subcommittee for homeland security on regulations for Government and critical infrastructure
Cyber Secure Institute calls America to arms in fight against cyber crime
09 March, 2009
Director of Cyber Secure Institute issues statement detailing the way in which poor IT security is hampering innovation and the future development of the US economy
NSA to take more active role in cyber security
02 March, 2009
The Cyber Secure Institute welcomes the expanded role recently announced for the National Security Agency of America to include a cyber security program
Cyber Secure Institute calls for stronger government action
22 December, 2008
The poor state of US government system security prompts Cyber Secure Institute Executive Director do demand more action to secure the nation
LynuxWorks claims dismissed by Cyber Secure Institute
18 December, 2008
In attempt to prevent misleading claims by security software vendor, the Cyber Secure Institute issues statement on LynxSecure software from LynuxWorks
Organisation launched to address cyber crime threat
12 December, 2008
The launch of the Cyber Secure Institute aims to raise awareness of threat levels and operate as advocacy for stronger IT security standards