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Google launches '#SecurityCheckKiya' campaign to protect data, devices

To create awareness around Internet safety, Google India on Monday launched a public initiative “#SecurityCheckKiya” to protect young and first-time web users from account hijacking, safeguard Android devices from malicious apps and secure all their personal data if they lose their device. 145 more words

Digital Identity on the Blockchain the key to African Identity Crisis

Everyone wants us to prove our identity either in the front of a bank counter, at an airport, in a nightclub or on a website. Statistics show that more than 1.5 billion people who are above the age of 14 can’t correctly prove their identity. 490 more words

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Lebanon Turns Smartphones into Spying Machines

Reuters news agency reports that Lebanon’s intelligence service may have turned the smartphones of thousands of targeted individuals into cyber-spying machines in one of the first known examples of large-scale state hacking of phones rather than computers, researchers say. 106 more words

News And Politics

Hackers are using social media to steal your data

More than 75% of individuals are using social media. It helps them to stay connected with their friends, family members and they every get information regarding their favorite celebrities. 484 more words

Data Breach

A Tea-Kettle Could Take Down A Company... If It Really Wanted To!

You’re at work right now, and earlier when you were walking in you found an unknown expensive flash drive that says it holds 128 GB sitting in the parking lot. 613 more words

Insurance

U.S. says did everything possible to help Italy cyber investigation

Reuters

ROME (Reuters) – The United States has denied suggestions it undermined an investigation into a massive data breach at the Italian cybersecurity firm Hacking Team, saying it did everything it could to help in the case. 284 more words

ISF predicts increasing impact of data breaches next year

The number, magnitude and costs of data breaches are all set to continue on their upward trajectories in the coming year, according to a forecast by the Information Security Forum (ISF). 586 more words

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