Summary: Many companies have offices located in different areas, and to work effectively and securely, data sent between these offices needs to be secure. Using an unsecure connection leaves client’s information at risk, can lead to hacks, and can also prevent your business from using important tools if they are restricted
The scary news: ATM skimming suddenly has gotten very, very slick. And the numbers of incidents are exploding. In late July, giant ATM maker NCR even issued an alert warning its bank customers about an explosion in attacks on bank owned ATMs, Worse, the skimming devices are getting much better.
Cybercriminals like them young – really young – when it comes to identity theft targets. That’s the warning issued by increasing numbers of experts who insist there has been a spike in the number of minors who have had their identities stolen. In the United States, matters are so bad
I’ve previously discussed the extremely primitive state of mobile security, and really, it is like the picture of Dorian Grey — as your phones get newer and faster and shinier, the software under the hood gets older and weaker and more vulnerable. The Stagefright bug, affecting 950 million Android phones,
The internet went into an uproar last month, as Wired, in conjunction with security experts Charlie Miller and Chris Valaskek, demonstrated a hack that could take control of a Jeep Cherokee mid-drive. The researchers completely owned the car, taking control of the radio, windshield wipers, transmission, steering, and brakes. What’s
Another big breach victim now has emerged: the world’s second largest airline, United Airlines, has been breached. Apparently by the same crew that is believed to be Chinese state sponsored hackers that a few months ago breached the US Office of Personnel Management — with its massive files on government