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Keep your new iPhone secure

Your new iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus has arrived, or soon will. Getting a new phone is always fun, but it’s also a good time for a fresh start, a more… 536 more words


Staying safe – and connected – at sea

It’s well known to anyone who followed the “Captain Phillips” saga (or saw the Tom Hanks film about the Somali pirate takeover of a container ship) that real-life pirates still hijack vessels, take hostages and seize precious cargo at sea. 571 more words


6 keys to enterprise mobile security

There was a time when mobile devices just didn’t face the same kind of threats from attackers and malware as full-featured operating systems did. Those days are gone.  677 more words


Do 'Know Your Customer' programs really work?

“Know me? No? It’s me!”

Every time I walk into an establishment where I hold some sort of loyalty card, I wonder if “they” really “know me.” 410 more words


Exploits patched by Apple today hint at years of surreptitious government hacks @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

You’ll want to be updating your iOS devices to 9.3.5, the version released today by Apple — especially if you’re a prominent human rights activist. A recently thwarted attack on just such a person employed not one but three zero-day exploits.

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Cyber Security

Enterprise security still overlooking this weak link

Every year, Web-based attacks are among the most popular attack vector against enterprise data.

Of course, the layer of the technology stack where attackers focus their attention changes over time. 584 more words


U.S. to share supply chain threat intel with industry

In an effort to better manage threats targeting the U.S. telecommunications, energy and financial industries, the U.S. National Counterintelligence and Security Center is about to begin providing classified supply chain threat reports to these critical organizations. 398 more words