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What Happens When Security Devices Are Insecure? Choose The Nuclear Option
8th Mar 2019 [14 days ago] from The Register
Confuse those cyber attacks by placing a bucket of water on every floor Something for the Weekend, Sir?  Its important – and responsible – to use adequate protection. My own helmet, for example, is wrapped in tin foil.…
Tech Security At Equifax Was So Diabolical, Senators Want To Pass US Laws Making Its Incompetence Illegal
7th Mar 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Now Homeland Security committee sticks the boot in Credit-rating monitor Equifax ignored years of warnings and red flags before it was thoroughly ransacked in 2017 by hackers, who made off with the personal information of roughly 150 million...
IT Guy At US Govt Fraud Watchdog Stole 16 Computers From... US Govt Fraud Watchdog
7th Mar 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
How agents tracked down half-inched Surface Pro slabtops to eBay store An IT contractor for a US government fraud and abuse watchdog pleaded guilty on Thursday to stealing 16 US government computers.…
Put Down The Cat, Coffee, Beer Pint, Martini, Whatever Youre Holding, And Make Sure Youve Updated Chrome (unless You Enjoy Being Hacked)
7th Mar 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Non-Google browser users, as you were If Google Chrome is bugging you to update it right now, please stop what youre doing, and get that upgrade.…
UKs ICO Event On Targeted Ads Opens Floor To The Adtech Industry: Anybody? No? Speak For 10 Minutes. Hello?
7th Mar 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
How to wind up your opponents 101: Refuse to engage The adtech industry was unable to muster even a single speaker to fill a 10-minute slot to discuss the security implications of programmatic advertising at a much-anticipated event yesterday.…...
NX-OS-hit! Got Cisco Nexus And MDS 9000 Switches? Then Youve Got Patching To Do, Too
7th Mar 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Oof. Crop of vulns include remote code execution as root Cisco has published patches for a plethora of problems with its products, including vulns that could trigger denial-of-service conditions – and a sneaky one that "could allow an...
TalkTalk Kept My Email Account Active For 8 Years After I Left – Now Its Spamming My Mates
7th Mar 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
But ISP wont nuke nuisance without proof of ID TalkTalk has refused to delete a former customers email address which was taken over by spammers – because the unfortunate person cancelled their contract eight years ago.…
Schneier: Dont Expect Uncle Sam To Guard Your Web Privacy – Its Europe Riding To The Rescue
7th Mar 2019 [15 days ago] from The Register
Everything we do has a moral dimension ... we are responsible for the world we create with our technologies RSA  If youre looking to the US government to save your electronic privacy, dont hold your breath: Europe looks to be the real...
UK Ministry Of Justice: Surprise! We Tested Out Biometric Tech In Prisons And Visitors With Drugs Up Their Bums Ran Away
6th Mar 2019 [16 days ago] from The Register
Oh, well let regulators know about it next time, promise The UK Ministry of Justice is mooting a rollout of biometric technology in prisons to cut down on visitors bringing in contraband, reporting that a "successful" recent trial had a...
How To Keep Your Flock Of Users Secure: Let Them Know Exactly Who And Where The Wolves Are
5th Mar 2019 [17 days ago] from The Register
Rather than talk about generic threats, go through some examples with people RSA  When it comes to getting your users up to speed with cyber-security, the best approach is to give it to them straight. Practicalities over jargon. Specific...
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