State Department argues against ‘cyber arms’ treaty. From CIO.com. Even as top U.S. diplomats press issues of cybersecurity and Internet freedom in virtually every top-level meeting with their foreign counterparts, it’s too soon to begin contemplating a formal, multilateral treaty laying out parameters for digital rules of the road, according to a senior State Department official.
2. Trojans Overview. From NY Cybersecurity. A Trojan is a type of malware that, unlike viruses and worms, does not self-replicate. Named after the mythological wooden horse used to sneak Greek warriors through the gates of Troy, Trojans are often disguised as legitimate software in order to avoid detection or trick users into installing the Trojan onto their system.