Tag Archives: Harvard University

16-30 June 2015 Cyber Attacks Timeline

Great news! With this article, I have decided to change the timeline, moving from a static infographic-style format, to a tabular format, which allows to sort, filter and search for specific items inside the timeline.... Read More

September 2011 Cyber Attacks Timeline (Part II)

Here it is the second part of my traditional monthly Cyber Attacks Timeline (Part I available here). From an information Security Perspective the main events of this month were the infamous Diginotar breach which led to Bankrupt for the Dutch Company and also the BEAST attack to SSL, two events which, together, thumbed the Infosec Community in its stomach.... Read More

Anonymous vs Syrian Electronic Soldiers

Hactivism is making possible to bring wars and revolutions on the cyberspace, the fifth domain of war. In particular the Arab Spring has given the definitive consecration to politically driven hacking actions that have proven to be a key factor inside the protests that are changing the political landscape in the Middle East: non conventional weapons used together with “traditional” methods by both parties involved on revolutions: cyber-opponents vs cyber-supporters.... Read More