Another LastPass vulnerability has been discovered by Google Project Zero hacker Tavis Ormandy. LastPass calls the vulnerability 'unique and highly sophisticated'.
iOS 10.3 lands, complete with heavily encrypted Apple File System
Apple today released iOS 10.3, watchOS 3.2 and tvOS 10.2 (14W265), the first two of all of which bring some pleasing extra functionality to iThings, But the main attraction in the new release is Apple File System, because it adds comprehensive encryption to the iPhone and Apple Watch.
Are you thinking of getting an IT information security-related certification? Perhaps you want to go for Security+, Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), or, assuming you have the required experience, the CISSP? These certifications not only look good on your resume but, the best part to me, is that you learn some great material along the way. These certifications are valuable and will, no doubt, benefit
1 day ago How to fix disappearing iPhone passwordsZDNet View Synopsis+1
Once you've changed your Apple/iCloud password you may find it keeps disappearing from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Here's how to bring it back for good.
Apple fixes flaw attackers used to trick uninformed users into paying a fine.
With the enforcement of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation a little over a year away, Veritas Technologies is concerned some Australian organisations are unaware of their compliance requirements.
The JD Edwards functional lead is generally responsible for the JD Edwards implementation at your company and contributes to the business analysis and use case development. The lead should know about the steps involved in the JD Edwards business processes to be automated and integrated.
House Votes to Block Implementation of Reg to Require Consumer Approval to Sell Their DataRepublican-backed legislation is a presidential signature away from dismantling a Federal Communications Commission regulation to require internet service providers to ask permission before selling customers' private information to advertisers.
The Cerber ransomware is using new evasion techniques designed elude machine learning security solutions, and has been observed being dropped onto compromised systems alongside the Kovter click-fraud Trojan.
The Pew Research Center conducted a survey that presents a grim picture what Americans know about personal cybersecurity. The good news is that you can use the survey along with the information presented here to increase your own online safety.
As ransomware rapidly evolves, defenders look for help keeping up
Promo To many Internet users it must look as if ransomware arrived out of the blue. Pioneers such as Cryzip started circulating at very low levels in the UK as early as 2006 and yet it wasn't until 2013 that this type of malware suddenly spiked with the appearance of its first big global superstar, CryptoLocker.
1 hour ago 5 reasons your company can't hire a cybersecurity professional, and what you can do to fix itTechRepublic View Synopsis+1
Stagnant wages, high demands, and poor work/life balance compound the skills gap for security practitioners. Here's how your company can better recruit and retain them.
12 minutes ago Hong Kong Loses 3.7 Million Voter Registration RecordsInfoRiskToday View Synopsis+1
Two Backup Laptops Stolen from Locked StoreroomTwo laptops containing as many as 3.7 million voter registration records and other data were stolen from a locked room in Hong Kong. Authorities suspect the theft may be an inside job.
26 minutes ago One of the most prolific botnets is back - and now it's being used for stockmarket scamsZDNet View Synopsis+1
After a mysterious absence, the Necurs botnet has returned -- and it's moved away from distributing Locky ransomware.
Siemens has shared recommendations for mitigating several medium and high severity vulnerabilities affecting some of the company's RUGGEDCOM products.
Sometimes a headline succinctly and cleverly captures the essence of a simple situation. Note last week's headline about the apprehension of a nearly naked suspect: "Man in Boxers Leads Police on Brief Chase."
2 hours ago Congress Kills Internet Privacy Protections, Expanding The Market For Your Personal InfoForbes View Synopsis+1
Under the Obama administration, telecommunications companies were not allowed to collect and sell browser history or other data from smart phones. House Republicans voted Tuesday to reversed those regulations, freeing telecoms to sell your personal data at will. Cartoon by Ted Rall.
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The World Wide Web can be a dangerous place and as technology increases it's only getting worse. The truth is most of us have been hacked at one time or another whether we know it or not. We need to start taking steps to protect ourselves.
The Russian man was one of the masterminds behind a get-rich-quick botnet scheme.
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The developer of the NukeBot banking Trojan has decided to release the malware's source code after he failed to convince the cybercrime community that his creation is worth buying and that he is not a scammer.
10 hours ago The dark allure of Binge-watching is taking overIT Toolbox Blogs View Synopsis+1
I'm sitting i my office getting ready to write this blog post while the rest of my family is hammering through episodes of Downton Abbey in the next room. Before I came in, we were serially watching Frasier on Netflix. If you look a little farther into our video habits, Lost, The West Wing and Medici are all in the running for other binge-watching pleasures. And that's just