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Read full post One side effect of slower than expected uptake of VR is that virtual reality application developers have been slow to invest in creating content. In this sort of chicken-and-egg cycle, growth tends to be slow, not explosive....
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Read full post US authorities have charged a 28-year-old Ohio man who is alleged to have created and installed creepy spyware on thousands of computers for 13 years. The post Fruitfly malware spied on Mac users for 13 years –...
Read full post Finance minister raises possibility of adding artificial intelligence and data security to list of nation’s strategically important, regulated sectors
Read full post A recent survey finds a number of attributes women seek in their careers can be found in a cybersecurity profession – the dots just need to be connected.
Read full post The bill passed without an amendment which would require a warrant to analyze Americans’ incidentally collected data.
Read full post Phishers are using the hot topic of cryptocurrency as a means to an end in cybercrime, not merely as the end itself…
Read full post The Cyber News Rundown brings you the latest happenings in cyber news weekly. Who am I? I’m Connor Madsen, a Webroot Threat Research Analyst with a passion for all things security. Any questions? Just ask. Exploitable Backdoor...
Read full post The best practices and technologies that originated in the intelligence realm can help businesses stay safer, too.
Read full post The technical description of the “Fruitfly” malware is spyware – but perhaps the term creepware would be more appropriate.
Read full post Shortfall exists despite nearly all global technology enterprise companies having security policies to manage IoT devices.
Read full post With all the hub-bub about Meltdown and Spectre, AMD CPUs are widely regarded as being perfectly safe. Well AMD chips may be safer, but they’re not invulnerable.
Read full post Quiz winners at a data security expo were given USBs, which been accidentally infected with executable malware files
Read full post The distribution of the USB sticks was halted on December 12 after some of the quiz’s successful entrants reported that their rewards had been flagged by their security software as containing malware. The post Security event in...
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Read full post Microsoft’s insistence on a specific registry key setting for offering the updates on systems appears to be the issue, security vendor Barkly says.
Read full post New feature uses Signal Protocol for strong encryption.
Read full post FBI director Christopher Wray is still fighting for encryption back door
Read full post How security practitioners can incorporate expert knowledge into machine learning algorithms that reveal security insights, safeguard data, and keep attackers out.
Read full post The alleged extortionist, still facing charges, reposted the image to shame sites multiple times. Why didn’t Facebook use hashes to stop it?
Read full post If identity is established based on one thing you know and one thing you have, the latter should not also be a thing you know because in the sharing economy, we share everything.
Read full post The New Jersey law would make inebriated droning a disorderly person’s offense.
Read full post Researchers find nearly 150 vulnerabilities in SCADA mobile apps downloadable from Google Play.
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Read full post Row after row of startup tech here has tiny modules designed to be mashed up into the next big thing if their founders have anything to say about it, and the trend continues. The post CES 2018:...
Read full post Here you go – #sophospuzzle crossword, NYE 2017/2018 – the answers and the winners
Read full post The number of command-and-control listings increase 32% in 2017, with more botnet controllers hosted in the cloud.