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1 Sony malware discovered, was sat on network for months Katie Chodosh
2 Sony faces two lawsuits Philip Lieberman, CEO and President of Lieberman Software Corporation
3 The Interview axed by Sony Lucy Harvey
4 Sony attack - "unprecedented but not unexpected" Gavin Millard, EMEA Technical Director, Tenable Network Security
5 North Korea's involvement in Sony Ken Westin, security analyst, Tripwire
6 FIN4 hacker group preys on insider information Alex Marsden, MWR InfoSecurity
7 ANDROIDOS_STIP.A used to hack RFID payment cards Carolina Brealey
8 FIN4 hacking group show that malware phishing attacks will inevitably increase in 2015 Mark Sparshott, EMEA director, Proofpoint
9 Adapt, Quorum, CommVault, Nexenta, TIntri and X-IO peer into their crystal glasses to predict what 2015 holds for the global security community Stephanie Chadwick
10 Destover malware with Sony signature Katie Chodosh
11 The inception of "Inception"...one of the most sophisticated malware attacks ever seen LARA LACKIE
12 The commonality in increasingly sophisticated attacks like Inception Carolina Brealey
13 Sony uses Amazon Web Services to counter persistent attacks Katie Chodosh
14 POODLE returns, this time on TLS Gavin Millard, Technical Director, Tenable Network Security
15 Cyber Monday concerns on the popularity of mobile payment solutions Carolina Brealey