United Airlines hacked by same group that breached Anthem and OPM

United Airlines has been breached, and investigators believe the perpetrators to be the same group that hacked US health insurer Anthem.

New Android bug can put devices into a coma

A vulnerability can make Android devices unresponsive, i.e. "silent, unable to make calls, with a lifeless screen".

Sun Tzu 2.0: Is cyberwar the new warfare?

Sun Tzu's writings have been studied throughout the ages by professional militaries and can used to not only answer the question of whether or not we are in a cyberwar, but how one can fight a cyber-battle.

Check out the Windows 10 security features

Windows 10 is now available to users around the world.

Automated threat management: No signature required

We keep doing the same thing over and over, expecting different results.

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More than a third of employees would sell company data

35 percent of employees would sell information on company patents, financial records and customer credit card details if the price was right. This illustrates the growing importance for organizations to deploy data loss prevention strategies.


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Researchers devise passive attacks for identifying Tor hidden services

A group of MIT researchers have devised two attacks that could identify, with a high degree of certainty, an anonymous hidden service or client.

United Airlines hacked by same group that breached Anthem and OPM

United Airlines has been breached, and investigators believe the perpetrators to be the same group that hacked US health insurer Anthem.

Check out the Windows 10 security features

The release of Windows 10 brings a number of security upgrades that look good on paper, but as with all new products to market, it is advisable that organisations carefully plan any upgrades.

Sun Tzu 2.0: Is cyberwar the new warfare?

Sun Tzu's writings have been studied throughout the ages by professional militaries and can used to not only answer the question of whether or not we are in a cyberwar, but how one can fight a cyber-battle.

Chrome extension thwarts user profiling based on typing behavior

A Chrome extension called Keyboard Privacy prevents profiling of users by the way they type by randomizing the rate at which characters reach the DOM.


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