After New York Times also Wall Street Journal Has Been Hacked
According to Spiegel Online the hacking attacks on US media are performed quite deliberate. After New York Times also Wall Street Journal reports, that its coverage on China has been spied on.
Recently it was reported, that Chinese hacker have stolen the passwords of all New York Times employees. Focus online writes, that "the attackers have gained access to the computers of 53 of the newspaper’s employees". Presumably they used e-mails with malware attached as the means to get into the network. Heise online assumes, that so called spear-phishing mails could have been used.
itWatch Enterprise Security provides very effective protection against this kind of attacks. For instance ReCapps enables you to run the browser in an isolated environment. Alternatively you can control the application access via ApplicationWatch and the use of custom or predefined content filters. This way, with XRayWatch you gain control over the users’ file access and/or you can control the use of applications via white or black lists. In addition, redirection in real time with DEvCon keeps your company informed about the potentially dangerous acitivities.