Data about Obama's helicopter breached via P2P? (Charles Cooper/CNET News)

Charles Cooper / CNET News:
Data about Obama’s helicopter breached via P2P?  —  An Internet security company claims that Iran has taken advantage of a computer security breach to obtain engineering and communications information about Marine One, President Barack Obama’s helicopter, according to a report by WPXI, NBC’s affiliate in Pittsburgh.

Source: Data about Obama's helicopter breached via P2P? (Charles Cooper/CNET News)

Borg-like cybots may patrol government networks (Mark Rutherford/CNET News)

Mark Rutherford / CNET News:
Borg-like cybots may patrol government networks  —  The Oak Ridge National Laboratory has created software that uses colonies of borg-like cyberrobots it says will help government agencies detect and fend off attacks on the nation’s computer network infrastructure.

Source: Borg-like cybots may patrol government networks (Mark Rutherford/CNET News)

Cisco is big tease about ‘Big Bang’ switch upgrade (Jim Duffy/Network World)

Jim Duffy / Network World:
Cisco is big tease about ‘Big Bang’ switch upgrade  —  VP only says switches will get greener; mum on blade server plans  —  SAN JOSE — Cisco’s “Big Bang” switching upgrade will emerge in late January and encompass more than just the Catalyst 6500.  —  The emphasis for upgrade …

Source: Cisco is big tease about ‘Big Bang’ switch upgrade (Jim Duffy/Network World)

Thieves Winning Online War, Maybe Even in Your Computer (John Markoff/New York Times)

John Markoff / New York Times:
Thieves Winning Online War, Maybe Even in Your Computer  —  SAN FRANCISCO — Internet security is broken, and nobody seems to know quite how to fix it.  —  Despite the efforts of the computer security industry and a half-decade struggle by Microsoft to protect its Windows operating system …

Source: Thieves Winning Online War, Maybe Even in Your Computer (John Markoff/New York Times)