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Rating the STRATFOR Incident Response

December 25, 2011 by

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Editor’s Note: The following article refers to response to a breach, not to the practices, procedures and decisions which led to the breach itself.  After hearing my friend Rich talk on Twitter about the incident response by STRATFOR to yesterday’s Christmas Eve Breach, I thought I’d weigh in on what STRATFOR has publicly done. The […]

Texas Law Enforcement IT Hit by Criminal Attack, Data Breach

September 2, 2011 by

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On 1 September 2011 a cache of some 3GB of data stolen from 28 current and former Texas Chiefs of Police and other police personnel was released on the Internet by people associated with the criminal hacking group known as Anonymous. Among the data were personal details about the chiefs themselves, their credentials to a […]

Analysis: 70 Law Enforcement Sites Attacked

August 1, 2011 by

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While there is lots of news reporting about the attacks against a server hosting the websites and files of more than 70 US law enforcement agencies over this past weekend, in lieu of saying, “we told you so,” we thought we would look at some of what happened to provide a learning experience from it. […]

Third Breach of AZ police data: Attacks Become More Personal

July 1, 2011 by

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The criminal hacker groups responsible for attacking and releasing information from police websites and computers in Arizona have released a third tranche of data. As the releases have come, they have become more personal. The criminals are now threatening to bring in more black hat hackers to exploit the released information. For the third knockout […]

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