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Review: Thiel Audio's Outstanding AURORA Wireless Speakers - World News
Review: Thiel Audio's Outstanding AURORA Wireless Speakers 12 days ago
Multi-room wireless speakers keep getting better. And two of the best sounding ones I’ve tested to date are the AURORA Home and portable AURORA Tour by Thiel Audio.
It's Time To Get Ready For Strict New EU Privacy Regulations -World News
It's Time To Get Ready For Strict New EU Privacy Regulations 12 days ago
For whatever reason, companies aren't in any hurry to meet GDPR compliance. Here's what your business needs to do in order to prepare for next year's deadline.
Apple Face ID 'Fooled' By $150 Mask -- But Big Questions Remain -World News
Apple Face ID 'Fooled' By $150 Mask -- But Big Questions Remain 12 days ago
Apple Face ID bypassed by a creepy-looking mask, but are the attackers leaving out crucial details?
New Blockchain Platforms Emerge To Fight Cybercrime & Secure The Future -World News
New Blockchain Platforms Emerge To Fight Cybercrime & Secure The Future 12 days ago
After a slew of major security breaches, the time is ripe for a new way of thinking about cybercrime, data breaches and security. Blockchain, with a number of new companies coming to the fore, might be the answer amid the trustworthiness of some security
In Blockchain We Trust: What We Can Learn From The Age of Steam -World News
In Blockchain We Trust: What We Can Learn From The Age of Steam 12 days ago
Innovation has always brought both excitement and fear. We can learn something from an earlier revolution.
For Small Businesses, Online Threats Can Be More Dangerous Than Physical Threats -World News
For Small Businesses, Online Threats Can Be More Dangerous Than Physical Threats 12 days ago
While physical threats to a business can be very serious, online threats are far more pervasive, have immediate impacts on revenue and could result in a business shutting down.
Cloud Computing Makes Everyone Their Own Chief Information Officer -- Is That A Good Thing? -World News
Cloud Computing Makes Everyone Their Own Chief Information Officer -- Is That A Good Thing? 12 days ago
While a multi-cloud strategy provides for more flexibility, resiliency and reduced dependence, there is also the risk of unfettered sprawl -- which cloud computing was supposed to fix in the first place.
As Hate Crimes Soar, This Pro Bono Platform Is Helping Victims Fight Back -World News
As Hate Crimes Soar, This Pro Bono Platform Is Helping Victims Fight Back 12 days ago
The collaborative legal project Hate Crime Help is making it easier (and far less scary) for victims to report incidents of hate and find the right support fast.
Will Bitcoin Trigger Stock Market Bust? -World News
Will Bitcoin Trigger Stock Market Bust? 12 days ago
Bitcoin's mania is all the rage. But there are similarities to the massive stock of crash of 1987 we should be minding.
Distributed-Denial-Of-Service Attacks And DNS -World News
Distributed-Denial-Of-Service Attacks And DNS 12 days ago
Companies need to anticipate the possibility that their DNS services could be the target of DDoS attacks and realize that without DNS, all internet applications and services are unreachable, bringing business to a grinding halt.
The Evolution Of The Password: How To Protect Your Business Against Modern Security Threats -World News
The Evolution Of The Password: How To Protect Your Business Against Modern Security Threats 12 days ago
Layering on additional authentication factors to existing security protocols must be done strategically in order to prevent security fatigue and weak passwords.
Will Equifax Ever Be Held Accountable For Its 'Rookie Mistakes'? -World News
Will Equifax Ever Be Held Accountable For Its 'Rookie Mistakes'? 12 days ago
This security giant directed users to a phishing site and used "admin/admin" as password keys. With the right to sue credit bureaus and banks killed by the Senate, who will call it to task?
Uber Riders Sue Company Over Alleged Rapes, Offer Ideas For Change -World News
Uber Riders Sue Company Over Alleged Rapes, Offer Ideas For Change 12 days ago
After years of assault accusations from ride-hail users, two past Uber riders are filing suit over the company's alleged failure to protect its customers from the start.
Microsoft Just Fixed a Security Flaw In Office That's 17 Years Old -World News
Microsoft Just Fixed a Security Flaw In Office That's 17 Years Old 12 days ago
Better late than never, the old saying goes. It's especially true in the case of a security issue in Office that's been around since the turn of the millennium.
He Who Rules The Data, Rules The World: A Brief History Of Data Governance -World News
He Who Rules The Data, Rules The World: A Brief History Of Data Governance 12 days ago
Data rules the world, but who rules the data? The companies that collect it? The servers that store it? The cables and satellites that transmit it? Or the laws that keep it flowing into the right hands—and away from the wrong ones? Welcome to the world
This New Free Service Helps Keep Malware Off Your Computer -World News
This New Free Service Helps Keep Malware Off Your Computer 12 days ago
Keeping all your devices malware-free isn't always easy. Fortunately, there's a new tool that can help... and it's totally free.
Mitigate Digital Transformation Cybersecurity Risk With 'DevSecOps' -World News
Mitigate Digital Transformation Cybersecurity Risk With 'DevSecOps' 12 days ago
Better tooling and automation are thus important enablers of DevSecOps, but more important is including security considerations in the DevOps effort broadly – and by extension, across the digitally transformed organization as a whole.
Children's Smartwatches Banned Over Recording Concerns: So What About Other Connected Devices? -World News
Children's Smartwatches Banned Over Recording Concerns: So What About Other Connected Devices? 12 days ago
Parents in Germany are being urged to destroy children's smartwatches after a ruling by the government that they are being used for 'spying' - and more connected devices may soon come under the spotlight.
Did Wikileaks Commit A Crime When It 'Guessed' PutinTrump.org's Password? -World News
Did Wikileaks Commit A Crime When It 'Guessed' PutinTrump.org's Password? 12 days ago
Millionaire owner of putintrump.org is looking into whether Wikileaks broke the law by guessing the password to the site.
The Logical Fallacy Of Security Predictions -World News
The Logical Fallacy Of Security Predictions 12 days ago
I’ll be blunt, I’ve never been a fan of security predictions. There has been a persistent logical fallacy that annual security predictions will somehow help us to prognosticate our way to a clearer understanding of the security landscape ahead.
PepsiCo Refutes Claim It Pilfered A Secret Document From A Russian Agency -World News
PepsiCo Refutes Claim It Pilfered A Secret Document From A Russian Agency 12 days ago
PepsiCo embroiled in claims it may have illegally acquired an official document from a Russian agricultural regulator.
Intel, Hyper.sh merge tech into Kata Containers -World News
Intel, Hyper.sh merge tech into Kata Containers 12 days ago
Managed by OpenStack Foundation.
Police, security vendors take down Andromeda botnet -World News
Police, security vendors take down Andromeda botnet 12 days ago
Suspected bot master arrested in Belarus.
Consumer Survey By Cybersecurity Company Indicates Lack Of Trust In Connected Vehicles -World News
Consumer Survey By Cybersecurity Company Indicates Lack Of Trust In Connected Vehicles 13 days ago
The majority of respondents to a cybersecurity survey commissioned by Irdeto don't trust connected automated vehicles.
New PayPal Scam Wants You To Verify Bogus Transactions -World News
New PayPal Scam Wants You To Verify Bogus Transactions 13 days ago
The holiday shopping rush is in full swing and fraudsters are targeting PayPal users with a new round of attacks.