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DDoS update: It was the IoT, screwing Dyn, with the faulty traffic cam

DDoS update: It was the IoT, screwing Dyn, with the faulty traffic cam

Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are a common problem for network administrators around the world. Websites small and large get targeted by them every day. But this Friday, dozens of major
Illumio releases new templates that offer better security

Illumio releases new templates that offer better security

Adaptive security company Illumio, the just released Illumio Security Templates, offering ready-to-use security policies for core data center and cloud applications. They are pre-made to secure common
Is security the biggest threat to industrial IoT?

Is security the biggest threat to industrial IoT?

Insiders are eagerly awaiting the widespread adoption of the Industrial IoT. Digital automation took time-consuming manual duties and streamlined them to function without any human input. These
Meet the two hackers behind October’s big DDoS attack

Meet the two hackers behind October’s big DDoS attack

The massive mid-October DDoS attack driven by a swarm of everyday Internet of Things (IoT) devices crippled dozens of the Internet’s most popular websites and services could be the first of many. Two
Will artificial intelligence mean the end of cyberthreats?

Will artificial intelligence mean the end of cyberthreats?

Cybersecurity has come a long way in the last twenty years. In the 90s, the predominant security model used to create secure operating systems was the “castle and moat” approach. Everything inside the
Data protection disputes set to surge in the next five years

Data protection disputes set to surge in the next five years

With incidents of data breaches and other data protection issues on the rise, researchers are looking into just how much we can expect data protection disputes to rise in the next five years. This is
Yahoo Just Disclosed That 1 Billion User Accounts Were Hacked in 2013

Yahoo Just Disclosed That 1 Billion User Accounts Were Hacked in 2013

Yahoo revealed on Wednesday that more than 1 billion user accounts were breached in August 2013. The hack appears to be separate from the 500 million account breach that Yahoo reported this September,
Behold, Kingston’s 2TB flash drive

Behold, Kingston’s 2TB flash drive

This relatively small box of metal can carry 2TB of data – well enough for your whole movie collection, not to mention your music files. Straight from Kingston, the makers of many sorts of
4 Reasons You Need Developers With Cybersecurity Skills in All Tech Teams

4 Reasons You Need Developers With Cybersecurity Skills in All Tech Teams

Beyond having dedicated experts, it is equally important to improve the practical security skills of all developers.
Lavabit, the encrypted email once used by Snowden, returns to operation

Lavabit, the encrypted email once used by Snowden, returns to operation

Back in 2013, when Edward Snowden blew the whistle on the US government’s mass surveillance programs, it was discovered that his preferred email provider was the encrypted service called Lavabit. As
Yahoo Says the SEC Is Investigating Its Recent Data Breaches

Yahoo Says the SEC Is Investigating Its Recent Data Breaches

The probe focuses on whether Yahoo should have told investors about two massive breaches sooner.
Yahoo Says the SEC Is Investigating Its Recent Data Breaches

Yahoo Says the SEC Is Investigating Its Recent Data Breaches

The probe focuses on whether Yahoo should have told investors about two massive breaches sooner.
Windows Defender Security Center announced, previewed for Creators Update

Windows Defender Security Center announced, previewed for Creators Update

Microsoft has been revealing new features coming in the Windows 10 Creators Update at a pretty decent pace, and today we’re getting another one to add to the list. Say hello to the new Windows
US judge orders Google to turn over foreign emails in FBI case

US judge orders Google to turn over foreign emails in FBI case

Google has been ordered by a US court to turn over emails stored on servers outside the country to the FBI, in turn complying with a search warrant related to fraud investigation. The order came from
Security Actions for the C-Suite: Act Now to Avoid Trouble Later

Security Actions for the C-Suite: Act Now to Avoid Trouble Later

Do leaders at your company understand their responsibility in setting security standards? If not, it's high time they get involved.
Arby’s hit with security breach: hundreds of restaurants affected

Arby’s hit with security breach: hundreds of restaurants affected

The fast food franchise Arby’s has confirmed that it was hit with a data security breach, one involving ‘malicious software’ on its payment card systems. The company went on to state that it notified
Your Startup Should Think About Security From the Beginning

Your Startup Should Think About Security From the Beginning

What are you doing right now to make sure your hard work isn't taken down by some faceless hacker?
Here’s When New York State’s Cybersecurity Rules Take Effect

Here’s When New York State’s Cybersecurity Rules Take Effect

They lay out unprecedented requirements for financial firms.
Comcast Customers Among Those Hit in New Jersey Spamming Scheme

Comcast Customers Among Those Hit in New Jersey Spamming Scheme

They ran a company called "A Whole Lot of Nothing LLC."
Samsung Secure Folder arrives for Galaxy S7, S7 Edge

Samsung Secure Folder arrives for Galaxy S7, S7 Edge

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge users have some additional security coming their way today, as Samsung has launched a new Secure Folder for those two devices. As the name suggests, Secure Folder is a