Why wouldn't you want to have your restaurant's dishwasher hooked onto the internet at large?
So guess what spoofers are doing with the fake site? Yup - getting dupes to log in
InfraGard.org is supposed to be on of the United States' defences against online criminals. But the FBI-led service is currently the subject of a typosquatting and email attack that could see organisations seeking protection instead send their personal data straight to parties unknown.
15 hours ago JobLink Breach Affects Job Seekers in 10 StatesSecurityWeek View Synopsis+1
America's JobLink (AJL), a multi-state online service that connects job seekers with employers, informed users last week that a malicious hacker breached the company's systems.
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Apple updated the Windows and Mac versions of iTunes last week to address more than a dozen vulnerabilities affecting the Expat and SQLite libraries.
The government's defense secretarysaid WhatsApp must not be a 'place for terroriststo hide,' putting renewed pressure on Facebook's most popular messaging service.
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
3 minutes 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.
Android smartphones and Internet of Things devices are increasingly at risk of attack, according to a new Nokia report. Here's how to keep your business safe.
Microsoft pulled search bar from site after security researchers raised red flags.
'We are in real trouble if we apply blunt weapons to this'
UK government ministers calling for increased surveillance abilities in the wake of last Wednesday's terrorist attack have encountered opposition from a somewhat unexpected quarter.
7 hours ago A Great Reason To Update Your iPhone: This Hack Breaks iOS Security With Just A Wi-Fi ConnectionForbes View Synopsis+1
Hack could own an iPhone by just having it connect to Wi-Fi, but Apple has fixed it.
Some in the customer relationship management (CRM) industry saw Microsoft's 2016 acquisition of LinkedIn as a huge win for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Gaining data on more than 467 million
Just call it Doxx.com
Thousands of netizens inadvertently shared passwords and other highly private information with the rest of the planet - via Microsoft's publicly searchable Docs.com service.
2 hours ago FYI Office 365 subs: You may have leaked your passwords, personal info on Docs.com - thousands already haveThe Register View Synopsis+1
Just call it Doxx.com
Thousands of Office 365 subscribers inadvertently shared passwords and other highly private information with the rest of the planet - via Microsoft's publicly searchable Docs.com service.
Urology Austin Says it Mitigated Attack, But Reports Large BreachA ransomware attack on a Texas urology practice that potentially affects nearly 280,000 patients ranks as one of the largest health data breaches reported to federal regulators this year.
Malicious Bot Checked More Than 4 Million Gift Card Numbers Per Hour in Search of Active Cards With Balances
A recently discovered Internet bot is conducting sustained attacks against retailers and checking millions of gift card numbers to determine if any have balances, Distil Networks researchers warn.
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Security experts pointed to numerous sensitive and personal files found on Microsoft's document sharing site, which lets users share documents publicly by default.
As more people across the globe gain access to online resources, the business world is hurrying to meet their needs. Some of this involves translating existing services, marketing materials and sales copy into different languages, without changing the meaning of the information.
But many businesses are changing their localization model away from translation and toward transcreation.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is about "things." How these "things" are used in service businesses varies widely, and companies don't often think of it when they examine their service delivery processes. In many service companies, "things" tend to be of less importance than customer service, on-time performance, quality metrics, and so on.
Apple has a surprise for OS X Yosemite and El Capitan users -- a security update.
Free and open Certificate Authority (CA) Let's Encrypt has issued nearly 15,000 certificates containing the term "PayPal" for phishing sites to date, a security researcher has discovered.
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The Cyber Division of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has issued an alert to warn the healthcare industry that malicious actors are actively targeting File Transfer Protocol (FTP) servers that allow anonymous access.
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If you're looking for the simplest route to email encryption, SecureMyEmail might be the answer.
One in seven employees would risk a data breach for a small amount of money.
Yvonne Wassenaar has gone from being a partner at Accenture, to IT executive positions at VMware to CIO of digital intelligence platform company, New Relic. Her combination of strong business and technical acumen has also allowed her to join the boards of multiple companies.