RSS Mix

Krebs on Security News Feed

The Krebs on Security news feed typically updates with just one or two stories per day. Some days have no updates. This feed is often mixed with Darknet and Dark Reading.

Date # Stories
24th May 2017 0
25th May 2017 1
26th May 2017 1
27th May 2017 0
28th May 2017 0
29th May 2017 0
30th May 2017 0
31st May 2017 0
1st Jun 2017 6
2nd Jun 2017 0
3rd Jun 2017 0
4th Jun 2017 0
5th Jun 2017 0
6th Jun 2017 1
7th Jun 2017 0
8th Jun 2017 0
9th Jun 2017 0
10th Jun 2017 0
11th Jun 2017 0
12th Jun 2017 0
13th Jun 2017 3
14th Jun 2017 0
15th Jun 2017 1
16th Jun 2017 0
17th Jun 2017 1
18th Jun 2017 0
19th Jun 2017 0
20th Jun 2017 0
21st Jun 2017 0
22nd Jun 2017 4
23rd Jun 2017 0

Most often mixed with

Available Fields

Channel fields

  • title
  • link
  • description
  • lastBuildDate
  • language
  • generator

Item fields

  • guid
  • link
  • title
  • description
  • content
  • enclosure
  • author
  • pubDate

Last 3 items

Why So Many Top Hackers Hail from Russia

Published on 22nd June, 2017, 3:29 PM

Conventional wisdom says one reason so many hackers seem to hail from Russia and parts of the former Soviet Union is that these countries have traditionally placed a much greater emphasis than educational institutions in the West on teaching information technology in middle and high schools, and yet they lack a Silicon Valley-like pipeline to help talented IT experts channel their skills into high-paying jobs. This post examines the first part of that assumption by examining a breadth of open-source data. The supply side of that conventional wisdom seems to be supported by an analysis of educational data from both the U.S. and Russia, which indicates there are several stark and important differences between how American students are taught and tested on IT subjects versus their counterparts in Eastern Europe.

Why So Many Top Hackers Hail from Russia

Published on 22nd June, 2017, 3:29 PM

Conventional wisdom says one reason so many hackers seem to hail from Russia and parts of the former Soviet Union is that these countries have traditionally placed a much greater emphasis than educational institutions in the West on teaching information technology in middle and high schools, and yet they lack a Silicon Valley-like pipeline to help talented IT experts channel their skills into high-paying jobs. This post examines the first part of that assumption by examining a breadth of open-source data. The supply side of that conventional wisdom seems to be supported by an analysis of educational data from both the U.S. and Russia, which indicates there are several stark and important differences between how American students are taught and tested on IT subjects versus their counterparts in Eastern Europe.

Why So Many Top Hackers Hail from Russia

Published on 22nd June, 2017, 3:29 PM

Conventional wisdom says one reason so many hackers seem to hail from Russia and parts of the former Soviet Union is that these countries have traditionally placed a much greater emphasis than educational institutions in the West on teaching information technology in middle and high schools, and yet they lack a Silicon Valley-like pipeline to help talented IT experts channel their skills into high-paying jobs. This post examines the first part of that assumption by examining a breadth of open-source data. The supply side of that conventional wisdom seems to be supported by an analysis of educational data from both the U.S. and Russia, which indicates there are several stark and important differences between how American students are taught and tested on IT subjects versus their counterparts in Eastern Europe.

Go to Feed