Over a billion data records were compromised globally in 2016, according to Gemalto’s latest Breach Level Index.
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In this post, Matías Porolli looks at how to configure an environment with WinDbg and virtual machines in order to debug drivers or code running in Windows kernel space.
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WikiLeakss revelations about security vulnerabilities in Apple products appear to be a damp squib.
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Mac OS X is still secure 16 years after its creation, but increasingly being targeted by cybercriminals. No operating system is 100% malware-proof.
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The GDPR is the biggest change in data protection laws for 20 years, and comes into effect on May 25th, 2018. We answer some key questions.
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The so-called Turkish Crime Family is demanding that Apple pays it a ransom, otherwise it will delete millions of credentials it says it possesses.
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How do you calculate the value at risk? Choosing between investing in antivirus software or doing nothing to prevent cybercrime is not black and white. We explore the grey areas of cybersecurity economics.
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The Association of British Travel Agents discovered the data breach on March 1st, but failed to notify customers until March 16th.
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