Security News Roundup for January 27

Hacking group Lizard Squad attacked; Chinese and Canadian cyberattacks;
U.S. arms program vulnerable to attacks

Trust Guard Security Roundup - President Obama

We've rounded up the latest security news from around the globe. Here's what's happening in the world of all things website security.

Obama Calls for Tough Legislation to Combat Cyber-Attacks

Obama warned in his State of the Union speech that the nation faces serious attacks on website security if Congress doesn't enact new legislation to battle cyber crimes.

Hacking Group Lizard Squad Hit With a Cyberattack on Its Own Network

The hacking collective that brought down Playstation and XBox games over Christmas as a promotional stunt was hit with an attack on its own website.

Nearly every U.S. arms program found vulnerable to cyber attacks

A Pentagon report said tests of more than 40 weapons revealed problems with cybersecurity, and U.S. troops needed to learn to 'fight through' cyber attacks, just as they do now with conventional attacks."

China suspected of cyberattack on Microsoft

The Chinese government is suspected of launching a malicious attack referred to as "man in the middle" on Microsoft's email system

Canadian government stayed silent on cyberattack, documents show

The Canadian government apparently kept mum for weeks after knowing it had been hit with a cyberattack.

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