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Target credit hack relied on failings of magnetic strip

Dec 23, 2013
The credit card magnetic strip remains prevalent in the U.S, when other countries have moved onto more secure credit and debit cards.
Posted In: Target, Credit Cards, cybersecurity, data security

Is your email safe anywhere?

Oct 14, 2013
Is email completely secure anywhere in the world?
Posted In: email, surveillance, cybersecurity

Adobe admits it's been hacked, customer information compromised

Oct 4, 2013
Hackers have gained access to almost 3 million customer accounts.
Posted In: Tech, Internet, Adobe, hackers, hacking, privacy, online security, cybersecurity

The Chamber of Commerce gets into...cyber security?

Sep 25, 2013
The second annual Cyber Security Summit kicks off today -- and big business is invited to the party.
Posted In: Tech, cybersecurity, Target, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Cyber Security Summit

The new iPhone -- more secure or more colors?

Sep 10, 2013
Apple released two new iPhones at different price points today.
Posted In: apple, iPhone, iPhone 5C, cybersecurity

How one hack got to engineers with security clearances

Sep 10, 2013
It's easier to hack the human mind than a computer network. Here's a case study that shows how it's done.
Posted In: cybersecurity, hacking, hackers

Syrian Electronic Army hacked U.S. media companies using Outbrain

Aug 16, 2013
The group supporting Bashar al-Assad hacked a service called Outbrain in order to target WaPo, CNN, and Time.
Posted In: Syria Internet, syria, cnn, washington post, hacking, cybersecurity

Smart houses vulnerable to virtual intruders

Jul 30, 2013
As the web of Internet-connected devices expands, so do the security risks.
Posted In: Internet, smart grid, cybersecurity

How to protect your cellphone from hackers

Jul 23, 2013
Nearly half a billion mobile phone SIM cards might be vunerable to hacking. The vulnerability was revealed by a security researcher in Germany.
Posted In: cybersecurity, hacking, Cellphones, mobile

Quantum Dawn 2: Banks versus hackers

Jul 18, 2013
Quantum Dawn 2. No, it’s not the next James Bond movie. It's a fire drill for big banks to test their defenses against hackers.
Posted In: banking, hacking, cybersecurity

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