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Leading universities get an 'F' in cybersecurity

Despite at least two decades of high-profile security incidents and data breaches, a recently released study has found that U.S. universities are not stepping up their game when it comes to teaching cybersecurity as a discipline. 401 more words


Even your connected car will need antivirus software — TechCrunch

Connected cars can talk to each other (vehicle-to-vehicle, or V2V), and they’re starting to be able to talk to the city they’re driving around (vehicle-to-infrastructure, or V2I).

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Report: Productivity boost proves catalyst for BYOD management

In Chris Nerney’s post from about a year ago, “BYOD workers don’t care about security, but IT still has to,” a survey of over 11,500 workers in about 24 countries found that 31% of them had lost enterprise data through the use or misuse of a mobile device. 330 more words


Australia's Cyber Security Strategy and Action Plan awakens nation to modern-day threat

On 21 April 2016, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull officially launched the Federal government’s national cybersecurity strategy. This initiative provides the pivotal step needed for the greater protection of the nation from cybersecurity attacks that have demonstrated the potential to endanger national security. 776 more words


Secure Life Sciences Supply Chain in an Increasingly Digital World

There are positive signs that healthcare companies are addressing many supply chain pain points, including the thorny issue of security. A UPS survey, “Pain in the (Supply) Chain,” 635 more words

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NewPoSThings malware tries new tricks

The NewPoSThings point-of-sale malware may be a few years old, but it’s not too old to learn new attack tricks. Just like other memory scrapers, NewPoSThings would scrape memory for credit card data and then exfiltrate that information back to the attackers. 365 more words