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UK.gov Ploughs Cash Into Creaky Police Technology
2nd Aug 2018 [18 days ago] from The Register
£100m funding for unified IT systems, biometrics, data exploitation The British government has sunk £100m into efforts to link up cops’ IT systems, boost resource-sharing and develop digital forensics.…
Do You Work In A Regulated Industry?
2nd Aug 2018 [18 days ago] from The Register
If so, then this latest Reg survey is for you Study  Dealing with regulated data and applying strict controls to ensure compliance is life as usual in many industries.…
Cache Of The Titans: Lets Take A Closer Look At Googles Own Two-factor Security Keys
2nd Aug 2018 [18 days ago] from The Register
If its good enough for me... Analysis  Intriguing news for anyone who believes that FIDO two-factor authentication keys are the obvious way to stop phishing attacks that not enough people use – Google is launching its own authentication...
Drink This Potion, Linux Kernel, And Tomorrow Youll Wake Up With A WireGuard VPN Driver
1st Aug 2018 [18 days ago] from The Register
Secure tunneling tech hopes to move from module to resident The developer of WireGuard has laid the groundwork for pouring his open-source privacy tool directly into the Linux kernel in hope of making secure communications easier to deploy...
New Zealand School On Naughty Step After Ransomware Failure
1st Aug 2018 [19 days ago] from The Register
Fortinet to lock the stable door, horse heads for horizon A Kiwi high school has learned the “dont click on the link” lesson the hard way, with a ransomware attack locking down its students course work.…
Unhackable Bitfi Crypto-currency Wallet Maker Will Be Shocked To Find Fingernails Exist
1st Aug 2018 [19 days ago] from The Register
Backed by John McAfee so you know its going to be A+ Pics  A crypto-currency wallet heavily promoted as "unhackable" – complete with endorsements from the security industrys loopy old uncle John McAfee and a $350,000 bounty challenge...
The End For Fin7: Feds Cuff Suspected Super-crooks After $$$m Stolen From 15m+ Credit Cards
1st Aug 2018 [19 days ago] from The Register
Three alleged ringleaders nabbed in EU, indicted in US The FBI has arrested the alleged three leaders of an international crime syndicate that stole huge numbers of credit card numbers – which were subsequently sold on and used to rack...
SMS 2FA Gave Us Sweet FA Security, Says Reddit: Hackers Stole Database Backup Of User Account Info, Posts, Messages
1st Aug 2018 [19 days ago] from The Register
Email addresses, hashed passwords, and other details from mid-2000s era swiped In a Wednesday mea culpa, Reddit – the online chat board that got a little out of hand and became the sixth most visited website on the internet – has admitted...
Holy Ship! UKs Clarksons Blames Megahack On Single Point Of Pwnage
1st Aug 2018 [19 days ago] from The Register
Cybercrim either hit the jackpot account or knew which one to target, claims infosec ace British shipping services firm Clarksons has revealed a high profile data breach last year stemmed from a hack on a “single and isolated user...
Oooooh! Fashion! Yes, Breach Did Contain 1 Million+ Records
1st Aug 2018 [19 days ago] from The Register
E-commerce platform says several thousand A breach at an e-commerce provider exposed the details of more than a million unique accounts on British clothing and accessories websites.…
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