Espionage in the Internet Age

By Jean Gordon Kocienda If you had asked me a few years ago, I might have predicted that the rise of large scale hacking and network-based Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) would spell the end of old-school espionage (poison-tipped umbrellas, office break-ins, dangles and the like). Those of us who fancy ourselves logical, savvy cyber security specialists can be forgiven for thinking such analog antics wouldn’t persist in a digital world. And yet, human espionage remains a nagging issue. A Russian spy ring was disrupted in New York []

Source:: Cisco Security Notice